Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Sound recordings in education--Bibliography; Music--Instruction and study--Bibliography;
This study identified new music education resources in CD-Rom, videodisc, and computer software formats created from 1990-1995. Each item was evaluated according to its effectiveness in meeting the three different domains of learning; affective, cognitive, and psychomotor. The study also identified items that exhibited multicultural diversity. The resulting annotated bibliography lists twenty-two resources with critical evaluations of use to music teachers and library media specialists.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Division of Library Studies
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©1996 Brent A. Andrews
Andrews, Brent A., "New computer software, CD-Roms, and videodiscs in K-12 music education: What music educators and media specialists need to know : A selected annotated bibliography" (1996). Graduate Research Papers. 1712.