Tech Tuesday: Blog feature- Technology in Music Education

Tech Tuesdays

One of the blogs I subscribe to is Technology in Music Education. Christopher J. Russell, Ph.D., also known as the “choirguy” is the author of the Technology in Music Education Blog. You can read more about Dr. Russell here.

On his home page you can find helpful links such as: Choral Warmups for iPad, iPad FAQ, My iBooks, Recommendations (Apps and Accessories) and more!

There is a recent post that was written that I particularly wanted to share on iPads and how much memory one really needs. Many times when teachers are looking at purchasing an iPad for the first time, they are not quite sure how much memory they are going to need. More memory= more money. So sometimes a purchase might be based solely on price instead of what will give you the most bang for your buck. Please check out this post  and many others on the Technology in Music Education blog.

 

 

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  1. yahoo

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    Kudos!

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