ATMI was formed in 1975 as the National Consortium for Computer-Based Music Instruction (NCCBMI) by 11 universities on the camps of the University of Delaware. The consortium was a special interest group of the Association for the Development of Computer-Based Instructional Systems (ADCIS). It published its own yearbook, a special issue of the Journal of… Read more: About ATMI
ATMI has an agreement with the following journals to allow members to vie wises of the journals: Journal of Technology in Music Learning (JTML) The Journal of Technology in Music Learning, founded in 1999, is dedicated to the publication of scholarly articles in the field of music learning that investigate applications of instructional technology.
The Journal of Technology in Music Learning is available to members of the Association for Technology in Music Instruction. NOTE: ATMI members can see issues of this journal by signing in and clicking here. The Journal of Technology in Music Learning, founded in 1999, is dedicated to the publication of scholarly articles in the field of music learning that investigate applications of instructional… Read more: Journal of Technology in Music Learning (JTML)
Your decision to make the basement your music room could be the most brilliant idea with which you’ve ever come up. Basements offer a quiet and spacious space that is perfect for a music room. This space affords you sufficient tranquility that trigger your creative juices to flow thus you’re able to come up with… Read more: Basement as a Music Room You Will Need a Dehumidifier
Modern Technology overturning the Music Industry Technology continues to revolutionize different industries, and that includes music. Modern technology has made people find easier and better ways of listening to music. It has also improved the relationship between artists and their fans. One of the most significant musical changes is the separation of visual and acoustic… Read more: 5 Tech Trends that will overturn the Music Industry