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.

Tag: open textbooks

Sheet music with black pen lying on top.

This is the final report of the Open eTextbooks for Access to Music Education Project. Introduction Open eTextbooks for Access to Music Education was a Student Experience Grant funded research and development project that ran from February to July 2021.  The project was managed by the OER Service based in Learning, Teaching and Web Services, […]

After doing our research on the publishers that worked with open books, we got an idea of what we were aiming to have in our textbook and how we wanted it to be. To become more accessible and achieve wider public, we agreed that the textbook should be published in at least three main formats: HTML, EPUB […]

The OER Service and the Reid School of Music are delighted to have received a Student Experience Grant in order to undertake an research and development project to explore the creation of an open etextbook using existing content from the Reid School of Music’s Fundamentals of Music Theory course. This course covers the fundamentals of […]

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