Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences

Hands on: feel the music

Hands On: Feel the Music is a day long seminar that is to introduce Braille Music and effective teaching methodologies to assist those teaching blind and visually impaired students pursuing music at third level.

Hands On: Feel the Music will form part of the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning Seminar Series 2014 and will take place in the Department of Music on June 19th. Coinciding with the publication of an assistive handbook funded by Disability Support Services and the Department of Music for lecturers and teachers its editor, Dr. Eva McMullan- Glossop, keynote speaker Prof. Adam Ockelford (University of Roehampton) and additional experts in the field, will detail the importance of Braille Music Literacy. In addition, this symposium aims to identify new technologies and teaching methodologies that can enhance both the approaches taken by the teacher and learner to create an environment which is conducive to visually impaired students

Category: Public Lectures and Seminars: Arts Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
Time: 10am-4.30pm
Location: Department of Music, St Vincent's, Sundays Well, Cork City
Target Audience: All welcome
Admission Price: € Free
Contact: Eva McMullan-Glossop

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