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Hilda Gómez

Music - Baby In Tune - 5 views

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    Circumspect, insightful, and filled with joy, this sixteen track gem by vered magically and perfectly captures slices of a parent and infant's new world.
Mrs. Fink

dig.ccmixter - 26 views

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    creative commons music for use in school projects
Janet Allen

Dr. Lodge McCammon - 9 views

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    Dr. Lodge McCammon is a Specialist in Curriculum and Contemporary Media at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation (www.fi.ncsu.edu). His work in education began in 2003 at Wakefield High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he taught Civics and AP Economics. He finished a Ph.D. from North Carolina State University in 2008 where his work at The Friday Institute continues to bring innovative practices to students, teachers and schools. He developed a teaching and professional development process called FIZZ which encourages and models best practices in implementing user-generated video and online publishing in the classroom to enhance standards-based lessons. He is also a studio composer who writes standards-based songs, with supporting materials, about advanced curriculum for K-12 classrooms. More information, user-generated videos, and songs can be found at Lodge's website (www.iamlodge.com).
Anthony Beal

Dragontape - YOUR TASTE ON MIXTAPES - 12 views

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    "We traditionally think of the classic mixtape as an audio compilation of power songs and remixes that we'll then share with friends or pass along to the cute girl two seats behind you in math class. Recently brought to my attention was Dragontape, a website that takes the concept of the mixtape further by combining YouTube and SoundCloud, effectively allowing you to create video & audio playlists of music, concert, and related promotional videos for your favorite artists, gigs, and tours. With Dragontape for the iPad you can watch the latest mixtapes, browse through what's popular, and revisit favorites all without the need of your web browser." from MacStories - http://www.macstories.net/reviews/dragontape-for-ipad-lets-you-browse-share-and-edit-video-mixtapes/
Antonietta Neighbour

Animated Sheet Music: "So What" by Miles Davis - YouTube - 21 views

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    Animated Sheet Music :) You have to watch this!
Fran Bullington

Purple Planet Royalty Free Music - 31 views

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    Awesome site that lets you download part or all of a song. Songs are categorized by theme (mystery, calm, tense, dramatic, international, etc.).
Jamie Camp

Free Royalty Free Music Loops and Full Length Tracks - 1 views

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    Some of these tracks might be useful for some of our podcasting projects--ck user agreement.
Susan Harari

Copyright criminals - 20 views

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    hese resources examine copyright law in the history of "borrowing" sounds in music, and raise provocative questions about what is creative and what is criminal. These lessons are directed toward grades 9 through 12, and college students for use in the following subject areas: media studies, media literacy, social studies, history, sociology, media production, music and language arts, business, and legal studies.
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    These PBS resources examine copyright law in the history of "borrowing" sounds in music, and raise provocative questions about what is creative and what is criminal. These lessons are directed toward grades 9 through 12. Divided into short video segments. Includes lesson plans and teaching guide.
Yvonne Barrett

Internet Archive - 4 views

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    Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of
    Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper
    library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the
    general public.
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