Teaching materials for new and modernized study programs published and available

Thirteen new teaching materials for music students of new master and modernized bachelor and master study programs at national HMEIs have been developed by P1-P3 teachers with active steering by their colleagues from EU partners, and made available. These include contributions to the new electives in the reformed study programs, such as Basics of the project planning and music entrepreneurship and Basics of digital literacy for musicians, developed and introduced at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade (P1) at BA level of studies, as well as Music education in digital environment and Digital notography, developed and introduced by the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (P2) and the Faculty of Philology and Arts in Kragujevac (P3) respectively, both for modernized MA study programs. Additionally, teaching materials were developed for modernized courses, such as Music recording technology (online course) at P1, and Music entrepreneurship at P3, updated by introduction of project related subjects, perspectives, knowledge and skills.

Following development, accreditation and implementation of the two new master programs at P1 - Music Direction and PRIMA (Applied music research), owing to their innovative and topical curricula, there was even greater need for the development of complementary teaching materials for these study programs. For that reason, seven handbooks, manuals, tutorials and other teaching materials were designed and offered for courses such as Digital methods in music research and music databases, Mastering and final formats, Audio editing and restoration of recordings, Music production software and Music direction 1&2.

The format of these teaching and learning materials is diverse, ranging from student workbooks, manuals for learning and exam preparation, video tutorials, to e- and printed textbooks. All items, developed in the frame of the WP 3.3, are fully available to students of the chosen courses/study programs. The list is available below, with links to complete work or excerpts.

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