Entries from Notes from the University of Illinois Music Library tagged with 'education'

Media Center now available from School of Music

An article about the School of Music's new Media Center appeared in today's InsideIllinois. Vol. 28, No. 16, March 19, 2009 UI performances now accessible through comprehensive Web center Attention fans of UI music makers. Did you miss the “Beyond...

Laptops in the Classroom

Laptops in the classroom: Pass or fail? Lincoln Spector, The Industry Standard 03.16.2009 Are laptops a useful and appropriate tool in college lecture halls, or are they a grade-lowering distraction? Diane Sieber, an Associate Professor University of Colorado at Boulder,...

Dance Education (K-12) article

A Nonverbal Language for Imagining and Learning: Dance Education in K–12 Curriculum Judith Lynne Hanna Educational Researcher, November 2008 "Dismissive views of dance and few resources for developing and scientifically evaluating dance programs generally have kept dance education out of,...


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