2018 Pre-Conference Workshop: Creating Interactive Content for the 21st Century Music Student
Creating Interactive Content for the 21st Century Music Student:
A Hands-On Workshop
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
JW Marriott Parq Vancouver
Vancouver, British Columbia
The CMS Committee on Professional Development is pleased to announce the pre-conference event, "Creating Interactive Content for the 21st Century Music Student: A Hands-On Workshop." This workshop will be held in the Stanley Room of the JW Marriott Parq Vancouver in Vancouver, British Columbia on Wednesday October 10, 2018, from 1:00-5:00 p.m., immediately prior to the National Conferences of CMS, ATMI, and NACWPI (October 10-13, 2018).
All interested persons are welcome to participate. Registration is required. Workshop is limited to 40 participants.
Music faculty in higher education are faced with 'digital natives' - students who expect and relish living in a technology rich environment. These students also often find difficulty in making the transition from high school to undergraduate student due to a lack of understanding as to what is required and expected in the professional study of music. The content as well as context for our music teaching and learning would thus benefit from new approaches and resources.
The intent of this half-day pre-conference workshop is to provide faculty participants knowledge and experience with the tools and techniques that can be used to develop and deploy digital content for music teaching and learning. This content will be in the form of multi-touch interactive books that are media rich and immersive. Due to the level of interaction and engagement possible with these multi-touch digital books, they can provide for initial presentation, opportunities for student study and practice, and review and reference. With support from Apple Inc. the workshop will provide participants hands-on access to Macintosh laptops and iPads. As each topic/concept is presented by the workshop faculty, participants will then be able to work with the discussed software and hardware to create their own versions of multi-touch content.
Welcome, Introductions, & Overview
The Multi-Touch Experience: Student & Faculty Perspectives
Authoring Workflow: iBooks Author Demo & Practice
Publishing to Multiple Devices
Creating Animations & Interactions
How to Create Interactive Reviews for Students
Sharing of Participant Work
Online registration for this event closed on Tuesday, September 18. It is still possible to attend the workshop; however, attendees must register in person on the day of the event. Walk-in registrations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis until the maximum enrollment has been reached.
Registration for this workshop will take place on Wednesday, October 10, from 12:30–1:00 p.m., in the foyer near the Burrard room, on the fourth floor of the JW Marriott Parq Vancouver.
The registration fee allows admission to this pre-conference workshop only. Separate registration is required to attend the 2018 CMS / ATMI / NACWPI National Conferences.
Registration Fee: $110
Pre-conference registration can be cancelled only in writing to CMS.
- Workshop registrations cancelled on or before 12:00 noon MDT on September 6, 2018 will be entitled to a full refund less a $50 handling & processing charge. Registrations cancelled after 12:01 p.m. MDT on September 6, 2018 will not be entitled to a refund.
- All refunds will be issued within one month of the event’s conclusion.
- Registrations are non-transferable.
Anthony Bushard, Associate Professor of Music History, Glenn Korff School of Music, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Anthony J. Bushard arrived at the Glenn Korff School of Music in 2006. Dr. Bushard received a B.A. in music (piano) from St. John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota, as well as a M.M. and Ph.D. in musicology from the University of Kansas. He is a member of the American Musicological Society, College Music Society, Society for American Music, Pi Kappa Lambda and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies, and a two-time recipient of the Milton Steinhardt Scholarship in musicology at the University of Kansas.
Dr. Bushard's research interests are in Contemporary American music with a special focus on jazz, blues, and film music, and he was recognized for his work with the Hixson-Lied College's Junior Faculty Achievement Award in Research and Creative Activity (2014).
Dr. Bushard collaborated with Dr. Brian Moore to write Music as Art, Discipline, and Profession, an interactive iPad textbook for students enrolled in MUSC 160 (Music as Art, Discipline, and Profession). For this curricular collaboration, Dr. Bushard was recently awarded the Hixson-Lied Leadership Award in Curriculum or Programmatic Development (2016).
Dr. Bushard has also presented his research at meetings of the College Music Society, Society for American Music, and American Musicological Society, as well as more specialized film and jazz symposia, at the regional, national, and international levels. At UNL he teaches courses in Jazz History, Film Music, World Music, American Music, and a course for the school's newest undergraduate students entitled Music as Art, Discipline, and Profession.
Brian Moore, Professor of Music Education & Music Technology, Glenn Korff School of Music, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dr. Brian Moore is Professor of Music Education and Music Technology at the Glenn Korff School of Music where he teaches music composition methods, advanced string methods and several courses in the music technology area including app development. He also serves as the advisor for the Music Technology Minor currently involving more than 100 students from across the campus.
Prior to coming to Nebraska in 1986, Brian taught instrumental and general music in Verona, Wisconsin where he was the director of orchestras for grades 6-12.
He holds a B.A. in music composition and a B.M. in music education degree from the University of New Hampshire. His graduate work includes a master's in music education and conducting and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction, both from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
His special areas of interest include creativity, composition, and instructional technology, and he continues to be active in the area of instructional software development with a focus on music education, composition, and mobile devices. In 2013, Brian was recognized nationally as an Apple Distinguished Educator.
Dan Senstock, Lincoln, Nebraska
|Event Date||10-10-2018 1:00 pm|
|Event End Date||10-10-2018 5:00 pm|
|Cut off date||09-18-2018|
|Individual Price||$85 Regular, $70 Retired, $60 Student|
|Location||JW Marriott parq Vancouver|