Remember those piano lessons you hated, or those dreaded hours practicing the violin? It turns out they might have gotten you better test scores.
Hardy, Lawrence (March 2001). Playing Digital: Music Instruction for the Next Generation [Online]. Accessed 3/7/01: http://www.electronic-school.com/2001/03/0301f1.html. Quoting from the first part of the article:
Music class begins at James Blake High School near Washington, D.C.: "Go ahead, boot up your computers." That's Shirley Letcher, calling out instructions from the teacher's workstation, an imposing wired matrix that links a synthesizer, computer keyboard, and monitor.
Making Music with Macs (The Media Machine) [Online]. Accessed 6/5/01: http://www.mashine.com/. Quoting from the Website:
This site is authored by David Mash, Vice President for Information Technology at Berklee College of Music--the world's largest music college devoted to preparing musicians for professional career. David is a musician, author, and AppleMaster. Public pages on this site show some of David's work. Member pages contain valuable learning materials. We hope this site can be of service in your quest to master the art of making music with Macs.
NotationStation.new [Online]. Accessed 11/21/00: http://www.NotationStation.net. Quoting from the Website:
NotationStation.net is completely FREE to Music Educators. There's no software to purchase, and no site license fees--all you need is a computer with an Internet connection. The NotationStation.net platform has just been adopted by McGraw-Hill, for use with their Share the Music program, and by The National Association for Music Education (MENC), to help bring standards-related teaching to schools across the country.