Music Theory Instruction
This project will produce software
tools and applications to support music teaching, learning, and
research. Using these new tools, students will be able to
experiment, try alternatives, and work collaboratively with
colleagues who have access to the same resources. Faculty with
modest computer skills will be able to create lessons efficiently
and provide students with highly interactive learning experiences in
Papers and Presentations
- Eric Isaacson. Variations2 in the Classroom: Enhancing Learning with the
Digital Music Library. NSF Digital Library Initiative Phase II All-Projects
Meeting, Washington, DC, December 2, 2003.
- Eric Isaacson and Brent Yorgason. The Implications of Digital Music Libraries for Music Theory.
Society for Music Theory, Madison, WI, November 6, 2003.
- Eric Isaacson. Enhancing College Teaching with the Digital Music Library.
College Music Society, Miami, FL, October 2, 2003.
- Eric J. Isaacson. Content Visualization in a Digital Music Library. Third
International Workshop on Information Visualization Interfaces for Retrieval and
Analysis (IVIRA) at JCDL 2003, Houston, TX, May 31, 2003.
- Eric Isaacson and Brent Yorgason. Pedagogical Tools for a Digital Music Library.
Indiana University Music Theory Midwest, Bloomington, IN, May 16, 2003.
- Eric Isaacson. New Tools for Music Learning at the Indiana University Digital
Music Library. Information and Musical Documentation for Music Lovers, CitÚ de la Musique, Paris, October 18, 2002.
- Eric J. Isaacson. Music
Learning Online: Evaluating the Promise. Proceedings of the
2001 National Association of Schools of Music Annual Meeting,
Dallas, TX, November 17-20, 2001.