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Interactive TV and Music Education

Mobile Music Practices and Limitations: Learning Byzantine Music Online

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Music Learning online has been promoted the last decades as an Interactive methodology with considerable outcomes, in terms of efficiency, effectiveness and attainment of popularity. However, a situation where no noticeable progress would be inferred as accredited benefit of massive learning was reported a decade ago. The advent of mobile computing communication proved a forceful exertion to situated learning in music having the power to influence the acquisition of music knowledge and skills. The case of a novel Byzantine Music learning protocol is examined for its potential to achieve relatively a big “crop” from rather limited in extend lessons but with the capacity to have a significant effect on the context of musical instruction.

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  • Massive
  • Online learning
  • Byzantine music
  • Mobile communication

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Tzimas, R., Margounakis, D., Politis, D., Paris, NK. (2021). Interactive TV and Music Education. In: Auer, M.E., Tsiatsos, T. (eds) Internet of Things, Infrastructures and Mobile Applications. IMCL 2019. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1192. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-49932-7_5

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