Connect: Resound is an action research project exploring how digital technologies can be used to deliver music education for children living in rurally isolated areas.
We have created a suite of research reports and guides summarising our findings around online music tuition from our work to date.
You can access a full toolkit of free resources to inform your planning of online music education by joining the NYMAZ Remote Learning Network. Membership is free.
Accompanying slides from the Facebook Live FAQ Session An Introduction to Online Music Teaching from MusicTutors.co.uk. The session can be viewed on the NYMAZ facebook page: www.facebook.com/nymaz/
Accompanying slides for the Facebook Live Session - An Introduction to Online Learning, from Your Space Music Lessons. The session can be found on the NYMAZ facebook page: www.facebook.com/nymaz/
The aim of this guide is to help you consider, plan for and manage key aspects of online safety when developing synchronous online instrumental tuition for children and young people.
A signposting document to support Music Hubs during COVID-19 on useful hints and tips to develop online work. We know that this is an uncertain time for everyone in education, not least Music Education Hubs. We will be reviewing and uploading more resources in the coming days and weeks to help the music education sector to plan and deliver online content so that you can keep your music education provision going.
Connect: Resound New Contexts Evaluation summary report - exploring online music learning in challenging circumstances A report by Connect: Resound research partner Sound Connections. Connect: Resound New Contexts ran from January 2018 to July 2019 with four projects being delivered in different areas of the country (Croydon, East Sussex, Somerset and Surrey). Each project set out to work with young people facing different challenging circumstances. This report provides insights into the emerging impact and potential of online learning in helping music education organisations to extend their reach and promote access to music opportunities for children and young people.
An Introduction to Connect: Resound and how online technology can help Music Education Hubs and Arts Organisations to widen access to music opportunities.
An overview of current thinking and practice in online music education by Dr Jonathan Savage, UCan Play Director
Some useful tips on how to prepare, set up and deliver an online instrumental lesson, using the Connect: Resound teaching equipment.
A comprehensive introduction to setting up and using the Connect: Resound teaching kit. This technical guide is for any Hubs receiving the kit from 2018, based around the Roland VR4-EX mixer/streamer.
Connect: Resound helps to connect children and young people to high quality music experiences - online! We have produced this step by step guide for live streaming musical performances using the Connect: Resound equipment for our Music Hub and music education sector partners, in conjunction with Connect: Resound technical advisors at UCan Play.
Details of how to set up and use the technology trialled by Connect: Resound.
Guidance for preparing for and delivering online instrumental lessons.
Tips for implementing online instrumental tuition.
Connect: Resound's Technical Partners, UCan Play, have been advising Music Education Hubs and the wider music education sector on how to achieve the best results in your online music lessons using cost effective, easy to use hardware solutions. In this webinar, their MD, Dr Jonathan Savage, talks through how to ensure the best audio and video quality for your lessons
This Facebook Live event featured experienced online music tuition specialists Alex Wibrew (www.musictutors.co.uk), Abigail Steele and Olwen Macloed (Your Space Music Lessons) sharing their top tips, advice and experience for the benefit of anyone wanting to know how to get started in delivering music lessons online.
This session is the first in a new series of Connect: Resound CPD sessions for Hub managers to support you in developing responsive and appropriate solutions to continue to provide a great music education to young people in your area. With insights from Cambridgeshire and Surrey Music Education Hubs about how they have integrated online learning into their local offer, plus expert advice and support from Sound Connections and UCan Play. To view Cambridgeshire Music's Distance Learning policies, as mentioned in the Webinar, please visit: https://www.cambridgeshiremusic.org.uk/pages/about-us/policies/
Essential viewing for music teachers who are starting to plan and deliver instrumental lessons online, from experienced online music teacher Grant Golding.
In this online webinar Cliff Manning advised Music Hubs about developing appopriate safeguarding policies and procedures for online music tuition, and provided a walk through of the guidance he has developed for Hubs as part of Connect: Resound. NB The video is in two parts, please go to part 2 when this video ends. Cliff Manning has over twenty years of experience developing digital services that enable people to access help, connect with others and learn. He is currently Head of Digital for Parent Zone - the experts in digital family life - and an Associate for Carnegie UK Trust - focusing on digital inclusion for vulnerable young people.
Webinar - Introduction to Safeguarding for Music Education Hubs planning and delivering online music lessons - hosted by Cliff Manning for Connect: Resound.
This video can be viewed in conjunction with our Live Streaming Guide. In this video, Connect: Resound's Livestreaming manager, Chris Bowes of UCan Play, explains how to install and manage the video encoding software used in all of our Live Broadcasts, alongside the Connect: Resound online teaching/livestreaming kit..
Updated technical support video guide for Connect: Resound partners, using the bespoke online teaching kit based around the Roland VR4. This is for projects taking part in Connect: Resound from 2018 onwards. To watch in conjunction with the VR4 Technical Guide.
To be viewed in conjunction with the Technical Support Guide.