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The Oxford handbook of technology and music education, edited by S. Alex Ruthmann and Roger Mantie

Label
The Oxford handbook of technology and music education
Title
The Oxford handbook of technology and music education
Statement of responsibility
edited by S. Alex Ruthmann and Roger Mantie
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Few aspects of daily existence are untouched by technology. Learning and teaching music are no exceptions and arguably have been impacted as much or more than other areas of life. Digital technologies have come to affect music learning and teaching in profound ways, influencing how we create, listen, share, consume, and interact with music--and conceptualize musical practices and the musical experience. For a discipline as entrenched in tradition as music education, this has brought forth myriad views on what does and should constitute music learning and teaching. To tease out and elucidate some of the salient problems, interests, and issues, The Oxford Handbook of Technology and Music Education critically situates technology in relation to music education from a variety of perspectives--historical, philosophical, socio-cultural, pedagogical, musical, economic, policy--organized around four broad themes: Emergence and Evolution; Locations and Contexts: Social and Cultural Issues; Experiencing, Expressing, Learning and Teaching; and Competence, Credentialing, and Professional Development. Chapters from a highly diverse group of junior and senior scholars provide analyses of technology and music education through intersections of gender, theoretical perspective, geographical distribution, and relationship to the field. The Oxford Handbook of Technology and Music Education's dedication to diversity and forward-facing discussion promotes contrasting perspectives and conversational voices rather than reinforce traditional narratives and prevailing discourses."--
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Book jacket
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DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
MT1
LC item number
.O97 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Ruthmann, Alex
  • Mantie, Roger
Series statement
Oxford handbooks
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  • Music
  • Music
  • Musik
  • Technologie
  • Musikerziehung
Label
The Oxford handbook of technology and music education, edited by S. Alex Ruthmann and Roger Mantie
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Series from book jacket
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
  • cri
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • 2.
  • Gillian Howell
  • 26.
  • The Impact of Technologies on Society, Schools, and Music Learning
  • Heidi Partti
  • 27.
  • Re-situating Technology in Music Education
  • Valerie Peters
  • 2B.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Evan S. Tobias
  • Technology in Music Education in England and across Europe
  • 28.
  • Technology in Perspective: Who is in Control?
  • Evan S. Tobias
  • 29.
  • The Curious Musician
  • Patricia A. Gonzalez-Moreno
  • 30.
  • On Becoming Musical: Technology, Possibilities, and Transformation
  • Leah Kardos
  • 31.
  • Roger Mantie
  • Ebola Songs: Exploring the Role of Music in Public Health Education
  • Gena R. Greher
  • 32.
  • Thinking and Talking about Change in Music Education
  • Carlos Chirinos-Espin
  • 33.
  • A Sociological Perspective on Technology and Music Education
  • Roger Mantie
  • 3A.
  • Core Perspectives
  • 1A.
  • Ruth Wright
  • 34.
  • Power and Choice in the Teaching and Learning of Music
  • Ruth Wright
  • 35.
  • Music Fluency: How Technology Refocuses Music Creation and Composition
  • Chee-Hoo Lum
  • 36.
  • Playing (in) the Digital Studio
  • Barbara Freedman
  • Further Perspectives
  • 3A.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Ethan Hein
  • 37.
  • Considering Music Technology and Literacy
  • Ethan Hein
  • 38.
  • Technology and Music Collaboration for People with Significant Disabilities
  • Jay Dorfman
  • 39.
  • Marina Gall
  • Prosumer Learners and Digital Arts Pedagogy
  • Donald Devito
  • 40.
  • A Pluralist Approach to Music Education
  • Samuel Leong
  • 41.
  • Augmenting Music Teaching and Learning with Technology and Digital Media
  • James Humberstone
  • 42.
  • Possibilities for Inclusion with Music Technologies
  • 3.
  • Evan S. Tobias
  • 3B.
  • Core Perspectives
  • Deborah Vanderlinde
  • 43.
  • Getting in the Way? Limitations of Technology in Community Music
  • Deborah Vanderlinde
  • 44.
  • Meaningful and Relevant Technology Integration
  • Gillian Howell
  • Savoring the Artistic Experience in an Age of Commodification
  • 45.
  • The Convergence of Networked Technologies in Music Teaching and Learning
  • Michael Medvinsky
  • 3B.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Janice Waldron
  • 46.
  • Narcissism, Romanticism, and Technology
  • Janice Waldron
  • 47.
  • Marina Gall
  • Pedagogical Decision-Making
  • Evangelos Himonides
  • 48.
  • Equity and Access in Out-of-School Music Making
  • Ryan Bledsoe
  • 49.
  • Technology, Sound, and the Tuning of Place
  • Kylie Peppler
  • 4A.
  • Core Perspectives
  • 4.
  • Sandra Stauffer
  • 50.
  • Traditions and Ways Forward in the United States
  • Sandra Stauffer
  • 51.
  • Technology and Invisibility in Music Teacher Education
  • Jay Dorfman
  • 52.
  • Authentic Approaches to Music Education with Technology
  • Gena R. Greher
  • 1A.
  • Music Technology in Ethnomusicology
  • 4A.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Jonathan Savage
  • 53.
  • Technology in Music Initial Teacher Education
  • Jonathan Savage
  • 54.
  • Using Mobile Technologies and Problem-Seeking Pedagogies to Bridge Universities and Workplaces
  • Marina Gall
  • 55.
  • Chee-Hoo Lum
  • Application of Technology in Music Education in Selected African Countries
  • Julie Ballantyne
  • 56.
  • Defining and Acknowledging Music Education Technology in Music Teacher Training
  • Benon Kigozi
  • 57.
  • Learner Engagement and Technology Integration
  • Lauri Vakeva
  • 4B.
  • Core Perspectives
  • 5.
  • Michael Medvinsky
  • 58.
  • Faculty Development in and through the Use of Information and Communication Technology
  • Michael Medvinsky
  • 59.
  • Educators' Roles and Professional Development
  • Patricia A. Gonzalez-Moreno
  • 60.
  • Music Technology Pedagogy and Curricula
  • Evangelos Himonides
  • The Role of "Place" and Context
  • 4B.
  • Further Perspectives
  • David A. Williams
  • 61.
  • Why Isn't Music Education in the United States More Twenty-First-Century PC?
  • David A. Williams
  • 62.
  • Generating Intersections between Music and Technology
  • Barbara Freedman
  • 63.
  • Gabriel Solis
  • Preparing for Change and Uncertainty
  • Matthew Hitchcock
  • 6.
  • Slow Music
  • Janice Waldron
  • 7.
  • Then and Now
  • Core Perspectives
  • Rena Upitis
  • 1B.
  • Core Perspectives
  • David A. Williams
  • 8.
  • Globalization and Technology in Twenty-First-Century Education
  • David A. Williams
  • 9.
  • Technology in the Music Classroom-Navigating through a Dense Forest: The Case of Greece
  • Samuel Leong
  • Roger Mantie
  • 1B.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Smaragda Chrysostomou
  • 10.
  • Building a Broad View of Technology in Music Teacher Education
  • Smaragda Chrysostomou
  • 11.
  • Technology in the Music Classroom in Kenya
  • Heidi Partti
  • 12.
  • S. Alex Ruthmann
  • Pondering an End to Technology in Music Education
  • Emily Achieng' Akuno
  • Donald Otoyo Ondieki
  • 13.
  • A Software Creator's Perspective
  • Joseph Michael Pignato
  • 14.
  • Where Might We Be Going?
  • Joe Berkovitz
  • 15.
  • 1.
  • Loaded Questions for an Emerging World of Music Education Technology
  • Jonathan Savage
  • 16.
  • Mobile Learning in Music Education
  • John-Morgan Bush
  • 2A.
  • Core Perspectives
  • Jason Chen
  • 17.
  • Critical Perspectives from Africa
  • Thinking about Music and Technology
  • Jason Chen
  • 18.
  • Interest-Driven Music Education: Youth, Technology, and Music Making Today
  • Benon Kigozi
  • 19.
  • Situating Technology within and without Music Education
  • Kylie Peppler
  • 2A.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Joseph Michael Pignato
  • Roger Mantie
  • 20.
  • Human Potential, Technology, and Music Education
  • Joseph Michael Pignato
  • 21.
  • "Placing" Technology within Music Education Communities
  • Smaragda Chrysostomou
  • 22.
  • The Promise and Pitfalls of the Digital Studio
  • Ailbhe Kenny
  • 23.
  • S. Alex Ruthmann
  • Musicking and Technology: A Further Swedish Perspective
  • Ethan Hein
  • 24.
  • Exploring Intersections of Technology, Play, Informality, and Innovation
  • Bo Nilsson
  • 2B.
  • Core Perspectives
  • Gillian Howell
  • 25.
  • Pedagogical Fundamentalism versus Radical Pedagogy in Music
Control code
959697926
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxx, 700 pages
Isbn
9780199372133
Lccn
2016045074
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)959697926
Label
The Oxford handbook of technology and music education, edited by S. Alex Ruthmann and Roger Mantie
Publication
Copyright
Note
Series from book jacket
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
  • cri
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • 2.
  • Gillian Howell
  • 26.
  • The Impact of Technologies on Society, Schools, and Music Learning
  • Heidi Partti
  • 27.
  • Re-situating Technology in Music Education
  • Valerie Peters
  • 2B.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Evan S. Tobias
  • Technology in Music Education in England and across Europe
  • 28.
  • Technology in Perspective: Who is in Control?
  • Evan S. Tobias
  • 29.
  • The Curious Musician
  • Patricia A. Gonzalez-Moreno
  • 30.
  • On Becoming Musical: Technology, Possibilities, and Transformation
  • Leah Kardos
  • 31.
  • Roger Mantie
  • Ebola Songs: Exploring the Role of Music in Public Health Education
  • Gena R. Greher
  • 32.
  • Thinking and Talking about Change in Music Education
  • Carlos Chirinos-Espin
  • 33.
  • A Sociological Perspective on Technology and Music Education
  • Roger Mantie
  • 3A.
  • Core Perspectives
  • 1A.
  • Ruth Wright
  • 34.
  • Power and Choice in the Teaching and Learning of Music
  • Ruth Wright
  • 35.
  • Music Fluency: How Technology Refocuses Music Creation and Composition
  • Chee-Hoo Lum
  • 36.
  • Playing (in) the Digital Studio
  • Barbara Freedman
  • Further Perspectives
  • 3A.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Ethan Hein
  • 37.
  • Considering Music Technology and Literacy
  • Ethan Hein
  • 38.
  • Technology and Music Collaboration for People with Significant Disabilities
  • Jay Dorfman
  • 39.
  • Marina Gall
  • Prosumer Learners and Digital Arts Pedagogy
  • Donald Devito
  • 40.
  • A Pluralist Approach to Music Education
  • Samuel Leong
  • 41.
  • Augmenting Music Teaching and Learning with Technology and Digital Media
  • James Humberstone
  • 42.
  • Possibilities for Inclusion with Music Technologies
  • 3.
  • Evan S. Tobias
  • 3B.
  • Core Perspectives
  • Deborah Vanderlinde
  • 43.
  • Getting in the Way? Limitations of Technology in Community Music
  • Deborah Vanderlinde
  • 44.
  • Meaningful and Relevant Technology Integration
  • Gillian Howell
  • Savoring the Artistic Experience in an Age of Commodification
  • 45.
  • The Convergence of Networked Technologies in Music Teaching and Learning
  • Michael Medvinsky
  • 3B.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Janice Waldron
  • 46.
  • Narcissism, Romanticism, and Technology
  • Janice Waldron
  • 47.
  • Marina Gall
  • Pedagogical Decision-Making
  • Evangelos Himonides
  • 48.
  • Equity and Access in Out-of-School Music Making
  • Ryan Bledsoe
  • 49.
  • Technology, Sound, and the Tuning of Place
  • Kylie Peppler
  • 4A.
  • Core Perspectives
  • 4.
  • Sandra Stauffer
  • 50.
  • Traditions and Ways Forward in the United States
  • Sandra Stauffer
  • 51.
  • Technology and Invisibility in Music Teacher Education
  • Jay Dorfman
  • 52.
  • Authentic Approaches to Music Education with Technology
  • Gena R. Greher
  • 1A.
  • Music Technology in Ethnomusicology
  • 4A.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Jonathan Savage
  • 53.
  • Technology in Music Initial Teacher Education
  • Jonathan Savage
  • 54.
  • Using Mobile Technologies and Problem-Seeking Pedagogies to Bridge Universities and Workplaces
  • Marina Gall
  • 55.
  • Chee-Hoo Lum
  • Application of Technology in Music Education in Selected African Countries
  • Julie Ballantyne
  • 56.
  • Defining and Acknowledging Music Education Technology in Music Teacher Training
  • Benon Kigozi
  • 57.
  • Learner Engagement and Technology Integration
  • Lauri Vakeva
  • 4B.
  • Core Perspectives
  • 5.
  • Michael Medvinsky
  • 58.
  • Faculty Development in and through the Use of Information and Communication Technology
  • Michael Medvinsky
  • 59.
  • Educators' Roles and Professional Development
  • Patricia A. Gonzalez-Moreno
  • 60.
  • Music Technology Pedagogy and Curricula
  • Evangelos Himonides
  • The Role of "Place" and Context
  • 4B.
  • Further Perspectives
  • David A. Williams
  • 61.
  • Why Isn't Music Education in the United States More Twenty-First-Century PC?
  • David A. Williams
  • 62.
  • Generating Intersections between Music and Technology
  • Barbara Freedman
  • 63.
  • Gabriel Solis
  • Preparing for Change and Uncertainty
  • Matthew Hitchcock
  • 6.
  • Slow Music
  • Janice Waldron
  • 7.
  • Then and Now
  • Core Perspectives
  • Rena Upitis
  • 1B.
  • Core Perspectives
  • David A. Williams
  • 8.
  • Globalization and Technology in Twenty-First-Century Education
  • David A. Williams
  • 9.
  • Technology in the Music Classroom-Navigating through a Dense Forest: The Case of Greece
  • Samuel Leong
  • Roger Mantie
  • 1B.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Smaragda Chrysostomou
  • 10.
  • Building a Broad View of Technology in Music Teacher Education
  • Smaragda Chrysostomou
  • 11.
  • Technology in the Music Classroom in Kenya
  • Heidi Partti
  • 12.
  • S. Alex Ruthmann
  • Pondering an End to Technology in Music Education
  • Emily Achieng' Akuno
  • Donald Otoyo Ondieki
  • 13.
  • A Software Creator's Perspective
  • Joseph Michael Pignato
  • 14.
  • Where Might We Be Going?
  • Joe Berkovitz
  • 15.
  • 1.
  • Loaded Questions for an Emerging World of Music Education Technology
  • Jonathan Savage
  • 16.
  • Mobile Learning in Music Education
  • John-Morgan Bush
  • 2A.
  • Core Perspectives
  • Jason Chen
  • 17.
  • Critical Perspectives from Africa
  • Thinking about Music and Technology
  • Jason Chen
  • 18.
  • Interest-Driven Music Education: Youth, Technology, and Music Making Today
  • Benon Kigozi
  • 19.
  • Situating Technology within and without Music Education
  • Kylie Peppler
  • 2A.
  • Further Perspectives
  • Joseph Michael Pignato
  • Roger Mantie
  • 20.
  • Human Potential, Technology, and Music Education
  • Joseph Michael Pignato
  • 21.
  • "Placing" Technology within Music Education Communities
  • Smaragda Chrysostomou
  • 22.
  • The Promise and Pitfalls of the Digital Studio
  • Ailbhe Kenny
  • 23.
  • S. Alex Ruthmann
  • Musicking and Technology: A Further Swedish Perspective
  • Ethan Hein
  • 24.
  • Exploring Intersections of Technology, Play, Informality, and Innovation
  • Bo Nilsson
  • 2B.
  • Core Perspectives
  • Gillian Howell
  • 25.
  • Pedagogical Fundamentalism versus Radical Pedagogy in Music
Control code
959697926
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxx, 700 pages
Isbn
9780199372133
Lccn
2016045074
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)959697926

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