Project Details

Description

Over a 2½-year period, the project focuses on developing, testing and evaluating a number of widely different online learning methods within music education, from beginner to elite level. The project is carried out on a practice-based basis, ie. based on concrete teaching courses at the various levels.

There is an increasing need for music education to reach out to potential talents in all kinds of environments and in all corners of the country. The project examines how online technology and new pedagogical methods can make teaching music practice more relevant for children and young people at all levels. At the same time, the results can help to further develop and qualify the experience, knowledge and research that already exists in the field, as well as provide new knowledge and insights that can be used by other professional environments.

The research and development project is supported by the Obel Family Foundation, the Augustinus Foundation, the Aage and Johanne Louis-Hansen Foundation, and the William Demants Foundation. It is a collaboration between the Department of Culture and Learning at Aalborg University, The Royal academy of Music, Aarhus/Aalborg and Aalborg School of Culture. The project involves seven researchers from AAU, 15 lecturers from both the cultural school and the Royal academy of music and more than 200 music students at all levels.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/11/202130/04/2024

Collaborative partners

  • Aalborg Kulturskole
  • Det Jyske Musikkonservatorium

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