Volume 5, Issue 3, 2021

Forthcoming Articles Course Design and Development
EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE OF THE PIVOT TO ONLINE INSTRUMENTAL LESSONS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON CHINESE MUSIC STUDENTS IN A U.K. UNIVERSITY

There are a growing number of Chinese students studying music at U.K. universities and conservatories. Measures taken to decrease the spread of coronavirus in 2020 led to school closures worldwide,...

Futures in Online Education
TEACHERS’ REFLECTION ON ONLINE CLASSES DURING AND AFTER THE COVID-19 CRISIS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an overall influence on educational systems in countries throughout the world, and Bangladesh is no exception, in which all of the academic institutions in that country...

Visual and Performing Arts
COLLEGE MUSIC TEACHING IN THE TIME OF PANDEMICS: CHALLENGES, SUCCESSES, AND OPPORTUNITIES

This article is a short, reflective opinion piece focused on the challenges, successes, and opportunities in online music teaching as impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Scholarship of Online Teaching and Learning
NARROWING THE DIGITAL DIVIDE: BUILDING A SENSE OF COMMUNITY USING ONLINE TOOLS IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD

The COVID-19 pandemic pushed teachers, students, and parents to find ways to adapt to a virtual education model, which brought challenges on several fronts. Parents, students, and teachers had to...

Visual and Performing Arts
TOWARD INTERACTIVE MUSIC NOTATION FOR LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Learning management systems (LMSs) are currently lacking when it comes to music education. Music-specific features, especially those based on music notation and audio, do not meet the necessary...

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