Ubiquitous Music Learning in a Postperformance World
by Matthew D. Thibeault — 2012
This chapter argues for the critical engagement of the music education profession to amplify positive change. This is a pragmatic view of technological change (Hickman, 2001; Waddington, 2010) that emphasizes agency within the interplay of wants, needs, values, and practices as people change and are changed by technological innovation.
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