Music Instruction / Oncourse
This project will incorporate
digital music library collections and applications in a "music for
the listener" course, designed for the non-major and offered as a
general education credit. Assessments will compare the effectiveness
of a lecture-based class supplemented with digital content with one
fully online. Variations2 resources will be incorporated into these
classes using Oncourse, an
online teaching and learning environment developed at IU.
Papers and Presentations
- Dr. Roberta Lindsey. Can You See What I Hear? Utilizing Indiana
University’s Variations2 Tools in the Music Appreciation Classroom.
EISTA Conference, Orlando, Florida, July 23, 2004.
- Dr. Roberta Lindsey. Creating and Maintaining a Distributed
Music Appreciation Classroom. Third International Conference
on Technology in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Heidelberg,
Germany, July 15, 2003.
- Dr. Roberta Lindsey. Variations2 and the Music Appreciation
Class. 13th Annual Music Technology Conference, Indianapolis,
IN, June 27, 2003.
- Jay Fern, Roberta Lindsey, and Erik Scull. The Distributed
Music Appreciation Class and the Indiana University Digital Music
Library Project: Phase One. College Music Society - Great
Lakes Chapter Meeting, Northfield, MN, March 15 - 16, 2002.