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Music And Arts E-Learning

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My keynote for the presentation at the “international conference on e-learning in the workplace” in new york in juny 2009.

My keynote for the presentation at the “international conference on e-learning in the workplace” in new york in juny 2009.

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    • 1. Music and Arts E-Learning Graz Manfred Rechberger
    • 2. Graz, Austria, Europe
    • 3. Music and Arts E-Learning • What is the KUG • How we use Moodle • Video commenting with VICTOR • Podcasting with LOUDBLOG • Interactive orchestral scores • Discussion
    • 4. Music and Arts E-Learning KUG: Kunstuniversität Graz University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, Austria 2132 students 379 full time equivalents, staff (about 100 professors) Fields of studies: Stage Design, Dramatic Arts / Performing Arts, Conducting, Voice, Music Education / Voice and Instruments, Instrumental Studies, Jazz, Catholic and Protestant Church Music, Composition and Music Theory, Teacher Training Study Programme (Music Education / Music Education Instruments), Doctoral Study Programme in Philosophy or Natural Sciences, Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering (in cooperation with the TU Graz), Musicology (in cooperation with the University of Graz)
    • 5. Music and Arts E-Learning Highlighted: registered Moodle Users in 2009 Moodle 2132 students: 380 379 full time equivalents, staff: 21 Fields of studies: Stage Design, Dramatic Arts / Performing Arts, Conducting, Voice, Music Education / Voice and Instruments, Instrumental Studies, Jazz, Catholic and Protestant Church Music, Composition and Music Theory, Teacher Training Study Programme (Music Education / Music Education Instruments), Doctoral Study Programme in Philosophy or Natural Sciences, Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering (in cooperation with the TU Graz), Musicology (in cooperation with the University of Graz)
    • 6. Music and Arts E-Learning 2006/07: 14 courses Moodle 2007/08: 28 courses 2008/09: 36 courses
    • 7. Music and Arts E-Learning We are using Moodle basically for Moodle collaborative working within forums and wikis tests and forms
    • 8. Music and Arts E-Learning We are using Moodle rarely for Moodle audio content video sequences scores and interactive tools
    • 9. Music and Arts E-Learning Moodle Special course: Joseph Haydn Multimedial Collaborative Working
    • 10. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR
    • 11. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR Comments are linked to the timeline Comments appear in the movie
    • 12. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR
    • 13. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR
    • 14. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR
    • 15. Music and Arts E-Learning PODCASTING Producing episodes about audio recording technology in on course:
    • 16. Music and Arts E-Learning Advantages PODCASTING • Learning by producing the podcast • High motivation to make episodes individually and originally • Learning by listening to other episodes • Broadcasted and published periodically • Learning with mobile devices • Comments are supporting social learning within the group
    • 17. Music and Arts E-Learning Disadvantages PODCASTING • Within LOUDBLOG we had to create each account manually (no LDAP support) • In the beginning it took too much time to record, mix and arrange • Some of the students had to arrange and mix at home, recording and mastering was done in the university audio studio • Foreign students very often have problems with our language, so it was also difficult for them to record their voice in our language
    • 18. Music and Arts E-Learning interactive scores
    • 19. Music and Arts E-Learning Advantages interactive scores • space and time • individual learning tempo • motivation • different and interactive trainings (key, tempo, loops, recordings, …) • less to do for the teacher
    • 20. Music and Arts E-Learning Disadvantages interactive scores • depends on the hardware • computers do not work at any time (power, network, file structure, …) • rights management (for installing flash or shockwave player, …) • time to prepare e-learning scenarios
    • 21. Music and Arts E-Learning Wordpress blogging • User accounts via novell e-directory • Better integration of multimedia content via plugins • Very common system for building web 2.0 content
    • 22. Music and Arts E-Learning Wordpress blogging
    • 23. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up
    • 24. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up I talked about
    • 25. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up I talked about • our Moodle experiences
    • 26. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up I talked about • our Moodle experiences • Video commenting with VICTOR
    • 27. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up I talked about • our Moodle experiences • Video commenting with VICTOR • Podcasting with LOUDBLOG
    • 28. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up I talked about • our Moodle experiences • Video commenting with VICTOR • Podcasting with LOUDBLOG • Interactive orchestral scores
    • 29. Music and Arts E-Learning Discussion Thank you for your attention. http://www.kug.ac.at http://www.impg.at http://www.twitter.com/marechberger http://www.wait.at/blog 2 more pictures from austria?

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