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Influence of Music Art Multimedia Production on Professional Competence of the Future Music Teachers

  • Lyudmila Gavrilova
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Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 347)

Abstract

The chapter examines the urgent problem of higher musical education, which concerns the impact of multimedia technologies on formation of future music teachers’ professional competence. It provides the analysis of existing multimedia production useful in training of music students. The authors present the electronic textbook Russian Music: from Ancient Times to Early 20th Century, define pedagogical objectives determining the necessity to introduce the textbook to the study of the history of music. Consequently, the structure of the manual and various possibilities of its use in teaching music students of both pedagogical and professional specialties are being analyzed.

Keywords

professional competence of a music teacher multimedia musical production multimedia textbook history of music 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Lyudmila Gavrilova
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  1. 1.DSPU, Donbass State Pedagogical UniversitySlavyanskUkraine

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