Gilbert's Music Course Outlines on the Web

Course No. Outline Title Points
E78.2029 Technology Resources for Performing Arts Educators 3
E85.1810 MIDI for Non-Majors 3
E85.2021 Music Reference and Research Materials 3
E85.2016 Analysis of 19th and 20th Century Music 3
E85.2029 Developing Resources of the Classroom Music Teacher 3
E85.2033 Creative Process in Music and Music Education 3
E85.2035 Technological Trends in Music Education 3
E85.2038 Creating with Interactive Media (In Collaboration with Morton Subotnik and Tom Beyer) 3
E85.2056 Problems in Music Education: Computer-Assisted Instruction 3
E85.2057 Distance Education, Music Mentoring, and the Internet 3
E85.2073 Music Literature: The Classical Period 3
E85.2074 Music Literature in the Romantic Era 3
E85.2130 Research in Music and Music Education 3
MTME Program Proposal: Music Technology in Music Education (M.A.) 39 pts
Music Ed NYU Undergraduate Music Education: Toward a New Curriculum 132 pts

Gilbert's Music Courses for the Web

Course Materials

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Course No. Course Title Points
E78.2029 Technology Resources for Performing Arts Educators  
E78.2031 Collaborative Projects for Performing Arts  
E85.1054 Materials and Technology in Music Education (In Collaboration with Cathy Benedict & Mike Rotello) 2
E85.1810 MIDI for Non-Majors 3
E85.2035 Technological Trends in Music Education 3
E85.2038 Creating With Interactive Media (In Collaboration with Morton Subotnik and Tom Beyer) 3
E85.2056 Problems in Music Education: Computer-Assisted Instruction 3
E85.2073 Music Literature: The Classical Period 3
E85.2074 Music Literature in the Romantic Era 3
E85.3097 Dissertation Proposal Seminar 3
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