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  1. Making Music with Technology Symposium 2006: First Stop Indiana

  2. What was Symposium 2006 • An event intended to bring collegiate music programs in Indiana together to collaborate on music performance, research, and teaching over Internet2 • Achieve continuity with Internet and Internet2 music activities • Serve as a national model for collegiate music programs everywhere • Collaborate with music colleagues worldwide on mutually beneficial endeavours in performance, research, and teaching

  3. Why was Symposium 2006 necessary? • Many music colleagues in Indiana knew nothing about Internet2 • There was more to Internet2 musical activities than performances and master classes • There was no comprehensive way in which to understand what music colleagues in Indiana were doing with the Internet and Internet2 (beyond email and web use) • There was a desire (on the part of the symposium director) to see if there was an interest in building a community of performers, researchers, and teachers using the Internet as a vehicle

  4. Who participated in Symposium 2006? • Presenters • Martin Brooks, National Research Centre, Ottawa • Pace Sturdevant, National Arts Centre, Ottawa • Gilles Comeau, University of Ottawa • Michael Bussiere, performer (Laval University?) • Philip Donner, Kuhmo, Finland • Raphael Hernandez, California State University- Hayward (East Bay) • William Budai, IUPUI • Brett Hoag (and guitar students), IUPUI • Matthew Way, New World Symphony • Tom Snook, New World Symphony • Susan Scott, IHETS • Ruth Blankenbaker, CILC • Christianne Orto, Manhattan School of Music • Commentators • Ann Doyle, I2 • Debra Hedden, University of Kansas (Lawrence) • Brian Shepard, University of Southern California • Martin Brooks, National Research Center, Ottawa • Frank Clark, Georgia Institute of Technology • Matti Ruippo, Finland (in abstentia) • Sam Leong, Hong Kong Institute of Education (in abstentia) • 14 colleges and universities in Indiana

  5. What video transmission standards were used? • HD-TV (Canada) • H.323 (California, also run simultaneously with other visual media for commentators) • DVTS (New World Symphony) • Powerpoint and MPEG video files run simultaneously with presentations

  6. What were some of the obstacles for Symposium participants with regard to I2? • Lack of robust Internet connections • Only Indiana University (with 8 connected campuses), Purdue University, and University of Notre Dame had I2 connections • Lack of interest among school administrators for pushing technology on campus • Lack of interest among fellow music colleagues for using technology • Lack of knowledge regarding what others in the state were doing with the Internet and Internet2 • Lack of resources and expertise to use the Internet and Internet2 for music performance, research, and teaching • Lack of personal and professional time to engage in Internet-based initiatives

  7. What were some of the outcomes of the Symposium • Desire for Symposium participants to be connected for videoconferencing • Establish H.323 videoconferencing capabilities between campuses that are Mac and PC-based • Use the Internet to transmit master classes between colleagues and undergraduate students from different campuses • Use the Internet to mentor student teachers in the field • Develop hybrid courses that involve on-campus and on-line participation (i.e., some classes for a course would require being on campus and others could be done over the Internet) • Develop specialty courses (e.g., Alexander Technique) that could not be financially fielded by a small institution that could be transmitted over the Internet from another location • IUPUI music faculty want to collaborate with Gilles Comeau and his piano research facility in Ottawa • Setting up an electronic forum for discussion of future directions and ongoing developments of Internet and Internet2 based activities among symposium participants

  8. What were compliments and criticisms of the Symposium? • Transmissions were quite informative and well-designed • Tech support at IUPUI was great • Symposium was well-organized • Learning about IHETS I2 connections with Indiana collegiate institutions and the resources of CILC • Overemphasis on musical performance with regard to Internet2 use • Not sure how the have-not institutions are going to be able to work with Internet2 • Wondering how to sustain the momentum of interest generated by the Symposium when back on campus

  9. For more information on the on: I2 Music Symposium Program Link

  10. To watch video stream of I2 Symposium: on msmt grad linkclick on realvidclick on I2 Symposiumclick on archive.htmChoose Morning or Afternoon sessions