Next month, School of Media Arts and Studies Instructor Josh Antonuccio will be leading a session at the Ohio University Playful Learning Summit.
Sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, the media education conference will focus on games-based learning for schools and introduces educators to how effective games can aid the learning process inside and outside the classroom.
Antonuccio will be speaking on the power and creative potential of digital music production and music sharing resources for today's classroom.
His presentation will focus on interactive demonstrations and tutorials of the new generation of music streaming apps, production software and other audio resources that enable instructors to teach about music. As well, he will discuss how these tools have changed the concept of experiencing, producing and releasing music in today’s marketplace.
Keynote speakers include Drew Davidson, the Director of the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University and and media specialist and educator Peggy Sheehy. The conference will be held in Baker Center on Thursday April 10th from 8AM to 4PM. For more information, visit interactivelearningconference.com