Music And Arts E-Learning 3

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The keynote for my presentation at the “international conference on e-learning in the workplace” in new york in june 2009.

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  • Music And Arts E-Learning 3

    1. 1. Music and Arts E-Learning Graz Manfred Rechberger
    2. 2. Graz, Austria, Europe
    3. 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. 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. 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. 6. Music and Arts E-Learning 2006/07: 14 courses Moodle 2007/08: 28 courses 2008/09: 36 courses
    7. 7. Music and Arts E-Learning We are using Moodle basically for Moodle collaborative working within forums and wikis tests and forms
    8. 8. Music and Arts E-Learning We are using Moodle rarely for Moodle audio content video sequences scores and interactive tools
    9. 9. Music and Arts E-Learning Moodle Special course: Joseph Haydn Multimedial Collaborative Working
    10. 10. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR
    11. 11. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR Comments are linked to the timeline Comments appear in the movie
    12. 12. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR
    13. 13. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR
    14. 14. Music and Arts E-Learning Video Commenting VICTOR
    15. 15. Music and Arts E-Learning PODCASTING Producing episodes about audio recording technology in on course:
    16. 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. 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. 18. Music and Arts E-Learning interactive scores
    19. 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. 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. 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. 22. Music and Arts E-Learning Wordpress blogging
    23. 23. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up
    24. 24. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up I talked about
    25. 25. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up I talked about • our Moodle experiences
    26. 26. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up I talked about • our Moodle experiences • Video commenting with VICTOR
    27. 27. Music and Arts E-Learning Summing-up I talked about • our Moodle experiences • Video commenting with VICTOR • Podcasting with LOUDBLOG
    28. 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. 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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