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Mathieu Plourde

IMS Guidelines for Developing Accessible Learning Applications - 0 views

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    "The challenge of presenting alternative "views" of symbolic and semantic content makes up the leading edge of accessibility research today and many problems have yet to be solved. This document presents an overview of approaches currently in development or in use in fields such as: Mathematics Sciences Simulations and immersion Robots and telepresence Charts, diagrams, and tables Geography and maps Music Languages"
Mathieu Plourde

Educational Hip-Hop Songs & Videos for All Subjects, K-12 - 0 views

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    "Making learning accessible, engaging and relevant. Every classroom. Every lesson."
Mathieu Plourde

David Byrne: a great curator beats any big company's algorithm - 0 views

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    "Why this insistent emphasis on choices and filtering now? It's obvious: when everything is available, within reach, accessible, the problem becomes not one of scarcity but of abundance. Where to find, amid the glut, what is right for you? How to separate the music from the noise?"
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Rocksmith® 2014 Edition - 0 views

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    Plug any electric guitar or bass into your PC, Mac, Xbox 360, or PlayStation 3, and join over 1.5 million people who have learned to play guitar with award-winning Rocksmith method. Learn to play guitar in 60 days. Get started, now!
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12 great free and open-source music making programs - 0 views

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    Over the next few slides we've rounded up 12 excellent free and open source applications worth investigating and experimenting with.
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Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy - 0 views

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    In addition to the benefits of using "clickers" (AKA student response systems) in a classroom to foster a more engaged environment (click here for a quick intro), clickers also offer the opportunity to measure how students are understanding and processing information in real time. "Keeping the poll open" and asking students questions while they are listening/watching is a very useful way to find out how they are able to apply theoretical ideas. Although the examples in this essay focus on music, keeping the poll open could be applied to other time-based arts, or even in other disciplines when a teacher wants to observe how students are processing information as it changes.
Mathieu Plourde

Reselling Digital Goods Is Copyright Infringement, Judge Rules - 0 views

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    A federal judge is declaring as unlawful a one-of-a-kind website enabling the online sale of pre-owned digital music files. ReDigi, which opened in late 2011, provides a platform to buy and sell used MP3s that were once purchased lawfully through iTunes. The case weighed the so-called first-sale doctrine, the legal theory that people in lawful possession of copyright material have the right to resell it. U.S. District Judge Richard Sullivan, ruling in a suit brought by Vivendi's Capitol Records, said the doctrine did not apply to digital goods.
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Everything Is a Remix - 0 views

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    "The blog about the web video series, "Everything is a Remix""
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A Better Way to Practice - 0 views

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    "While it may be true that there are no shortcuts to anywhere worth going, there certainly are ways of needlessly prolonging the journey. We often waste lots of time because nobody ever taught us the most effective and efficient way to practice. Whether it's learning how to code, improving your writing skills, or playing a musical instrument, practicing the right way can mean the difference between good and great."
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