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Tuesday, November 10 • 4:30pm - 4:55pm
Making Music Education Open: A New Framework

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This session will introduce some ways that market forces create unique challenges when engaging with music in an open education context. While exciting open resources for music scholars continue to be developed, there is a gap when considering open education for performers and applied musicians.

This presentation will present a framework for evaluating and approaching the tools and materials that applied musicians create and study and will outline ways that others can foster more productive approaches to open education for music makers. The presenters will also discuss how this work is informing approaches towards inclusive and anti-racist practices in music.

Learning Outcomes:
Identify the ways that traditional music scholarship and applied music education differ and how to support applied musicians engagement with open education
Recognize the ways that the challenges with open education and music parallel traditional academic disciplines
Compare your local music situation to two contrasting case studies to identify opportunities to expand music open education in your local context

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Matthew Vest

Music Librarian, UCLA
Matthew Vest is the Music Inquiry and Research Librarian at UCLA. His research interests include change leadership in higher education, digital projects and publishing for music and the humanities, and composers working at the margins of the second Viennese School.
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Kathleen DeLaurenti

head librarian, Arthur Friedheim Library, Peabody Institute

Tuesday November 10, 2020 4:30pm - 4:55pm EST
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