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Open e-Textbooks for Access to Music Education

Open e-Textbooks for Access to Music Education

This is the blog of the Open e-Textbooks for Access to Music Education project. This project is a collaboration between the Reid School of Music and Education, Design and Engagement, and is generously funded by a Student Experience Grant.

OERXDomains21 Conference Reflection ~ Kari Ding

By Kari Ding.

It was my first time to present in an online conference, and the most difficult thing to adapt to is, interestingly, that you could not see how did the audience react. I think this matters, because I always believe that even a simply nod provides recognition to the speaker.

Referring back to our presentation, the audience is more excited than I have expected. Their appreciation for our ideas seems also suggest that open textbook is an emerging trend with higher potential than I expect. I was very willing to explore more in the conference, but I was busy with my coursework. I must return to revisit the conference recordings right after finishing this line!!

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