• Critical Approaches to Information Literacy and Authentic Assessment Using Wikipedia

    Author(s):
    Kathleen DeLaurenti (see profile)
    Date:
    2018
    Group(s):
    American Musicological Society, Music Library Association, Open Music
    Subject(s):
    Information literacy, Music pedagogy, Feminist pedagogy
    Item Type:
    Book chapter
    Tag(s):
    authentic assessment, open pedagogy
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M61P3G
    Abstract:
    The interdisciplinary course Pink Noise: Women Making Electronic Music explores the hands-on creation of electronic music through the lens of feminist critical frameworks, activism, and collective action. Techniques and topics include composing with Texts, Activist Sound, Live Sampling and Delay, Turntablism, Soundscape Composition, the Occult Voice, and Meditative Synthesis. Students compose electronic music individually and collaboratively in small groups. No prior knowledge of music theory, composition, instrumental technique, or sound software is necessary. I designed and co-taught this assignment with significant feedback from Christopher DeLaurenti, Visiting Assistant Professor of Music at the College of William and Mary. This assignment is a significant part of the course, and as the music librarian, I made six class visits over the semester. The assignment on Critical Approaches to Information Literacy and Authentic Assessment Using Wikipedia by Kathleen Delaurentl is published in Information Literacy in Music: An Instructor's Companion, edited by Beth Christensen, Erin Conor, and Marian Ritter, MLA Technical Reports Series. Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, Inc., 2017. Used with permission. see: www.areditions.com and http://www.aredltions.com/publicatlons/mla-bookseries/mla-technical-reports. html
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