Technological Directions in Music Learning (Scott Lipscomb )

Subject: Technological Directions in Music Learning
From:    Scott Lipscomb  <lipscomb(at)UTSA.EDU>
Date:    Fri, 29 Oct 1999 13:53:21 -0500

This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_000_01BF223E.E2DEFF90 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" FINAL REMINDER ... the deadline for submitting proposals for the Y2K TDML conference is fast approaching. All proposals must be postmarked by November 1, 1999. The seventh international Conference on Technological Directions in Music Learning will be sponsored by the Institute for Music Research at the University of Texas at San Antonio from January 27th to 29th in San Antonio. Additional information is provided below ... Dr. Scott D. Lipscomb Assistant Director, Assistant Professor, and Undergraduate Advisor of Record Division of Music University of Texas at San Antonio 6900 N. Loop 1604 West San Antonio, TX 78249 (210) 458-4354 (210) 458-4381 FAX lipscomb(at) **************************** CALL FOR PAPERS ********************************* Announcing the Seventh International TECHNOLOGICAL DIRECTIONS IN MUSIC LEARNING Conference January 27 - 29, 2000 sponsored by The Institute for Music Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio The Institute for Music Research at the University of Texas at San Antonio will host the Seventh International Technological Directions in Music Learning Conference in San Antonio, TX, January 27 - 29, 2000. The purpose of the conference is to share information concerning current applications of technology in music learning. The conference will be of interest to music educators involved in K-12, private studio, or college teaching, music psychologists, music theorists, composers, and musicologists; as well as students preparing for any of these professions. Once again, the final day of the conference will feature a closing session in which all participants will collaborate in an effort to design strategies for integrating technology in music learning. This session will build upon ideas offered in "think-tank" sessions from previous years for the purpose of outlining both short-term and long-term goals for integrating technology into the music curriculum as a means of facilitating instructor capabilities and to improve the educational experience for students. Plan to attend the opening night reception on January 27th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. The Host The Institute for Music Research promotes research in music technology and music psychology by conducting research, hosting conferences, providing online services, and publishing print and media. IMR Press publications include the Handbook of Music Psychology (2nd Ed.), CAIRSS Thesaurus, Young Band Repertoire Project (audio CDs), Woodwind Fingerings CD-ROM, and Proceedings I, II, III, IV, V, & VI from previous Technological Directions conferences. The Institute is a part of the University of Texas at San Antonio, one of the most rapidly growing universities in the United States. The Division of Music has been noted for its history of developing computer programs and utilizing technology to enhance music learning. The Division offers the BM degree in performance, education, music marketing, or composition and the MM degree in performance or education. Contact the Director of the Institute, Dr. Donald Hodges (dhodges(at), for more information about the Institute for Music Research or its publications. The Conference Hotel This year's conference will be held in downtown San Antonio at the La Quinta Inn-Convention Center. You can take a "virtual tour" of the La Quinta facilities by pointing your web browser to La Quinta provides computer-friendly dataport phones, complimentary light breakfast daily, in-room entertainment (first-run movies & video games), and an outdoor swimming pool. San Antonio International Airport is easily accessible by SA Trans (approx. $8 per person). Centrally located in downtown San Antonio, the hotel is 1 block from the Alamo and only 2 blocks from San Antonio's Riverwalk. Other attractions within easy walking distance include the Alamodome (home of the 1999 NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs), Institute of Texan Cultures, Hemisfair Plaza, La Villita, The Landing (site of the weekly NPR musical program featuring Jim Cullum's Happy Jazz Band), IMAX theater, trolley tours, and shops & restaurants of every description. La Quinta is offering special Conference nightly room rates of $93 for singles, doubles, triples, or quads. To reserve a room, contact the national reservation center at (800) 531-5900 or the San Antonio location at (210) 222-9181 by December 26, 1998. To receive the conference discount, please provide the following Reservation Number: 0501-26655. Call for Proposals The conference program committee invites the submission of proposals for presentations of research and creative projects concerning the application of music technology/computers in music learning. Research papers, demonstrations, lecture-performances, and poster presentations that describe current uses of technology in music learning at any level are welcome. Applicants should submit a two- to three-page proposal postmarked by November 1, 1999. The author's name, affiliation, email address, and mailing address should only appear on a separate cover letter. The cover letter should include a list of audio-visual and/or computer equipment required for the presentation, indicating those items that the author will supply. Presentations are limited to 25 minutes in length, allowing time for questions. Selected conference papers will be published in a book of proceedings that will be made available to presenters. Other attendees and interested parties may purchase the conference proceedings for a cost of $15 each. English is the official language of the conference. Presenters will be expected to register for the conference. The cover letter and three copies of the proposal should be sent to the Conference Chair: Dr. Scott D. Lipscomb, Conference Chair Institute for Music Research Division of Music, UTSA 6900 N. Loop 1604 West San Antonio, TX 78249-0645 FAX: (210) 458-4381 for additional conference information, contact Ms. Sandra Rickett at: srickett(at) or visit our Web site: How to Register To register, individuals should complete the Conference Registration Form (see reverse) and send it with payment for the total fee to the address provided on the registration form. Please feel free to photocopy the Conference Registration Form and share it with others. Lodging can be reserved by contacting the hotel, as described above. The Conference Registration Form will not reserve hotel rooms. The deadline for conference pre-registration is November 15, 1999. Technological Directions in Music Learning Registration Form Name: Institution/Organization: Address: City: State: Zip: email: FAX: Conference Fees (presenter's fee includes one copy of Conference Proceedings) Pre-registration (postmarked by November 15, 1999) ($90) Late registration (postmarked after November 15, 1999) ($100) On-site registration ($120) Single-day registration ($40) Student registration (all 3 days) ($45) Spouse/child of presenter (N/C) Proceedings ($15 each) Total Enclosed: Plan to attend the opening night reception on January 27th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Check and credit card payments (MasterCard, Visa, & Discover only) will be accepted. Do not send cash. Checks should be made payable to: Institute for Music Research, UTSA. For credit card payment, attendee must provide all of the following information: Credit Card type (circle one of the following): MasterCard Visa Discover Credit Card Number: ___________________________________________________________________ Expiration Date: _____________________ Signature: _____________________________________ Mail or FAX registration form (and check, if applicable) to: Ms. Sandra Rickett, Institute for Music Research, UTSA, 6900 N. 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