Jeremy Baguyos, Professor in the School of Music and the School of Interdisciplinary Informatics, delivered a presentation at the LATIMPE Music, Technology & Musicianship digital conference (Learning and Teaching in Music Performance Education) on digital learning in music in higher education.
His paper, “Student Research Outcomes of a T-shaped Music Technology Curriculum,” was one of 24 presentations delivered synchronously to 140 participants, over two days. Originally scheduled to be hosted in-person in Vienna, Austria at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, the accepted papers and conference were scheduled right before the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic changed how music was taught. The eerily prescient conference topic took on larger significance, as this LATIMPE conference was arguably one of the first formally organized conferences to address teaching in a digital environment during the pandemic.
LATIMPE’s main task is to explore and discuss new models of learning and teaching in higher music education, and is organized and supported by the CEMPE, Centre for Excellence in Music Performance Education and the Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen (AEC), which represents the interests of almost 300 institutions for higher music education in Europe and beyond.