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David Mash is TI:ME's 2016 Administrator of the Year

We are pleased to announce that the 2nd annual TI:ME Dunphy-Rudolph Administrator of the year award will be presented to David Mash.  This award recognizes an administrator that has made... Read More...

OMEA/TI:ME Central Regional Program Announced

Below is the program for the OMEA/TI:ME Central Regional Conference to be held January 28-30, 2016 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.  It is anticipated that nearly... Read More...

Over 400 Lesson Plans Updated

TI:ME Announces Updates to Its Lesson Plans   One of TI:ME’s most useful member benefits has been a database of over 400 music technology lesson plans which are available to search in... Read More...

Register Now for TI:ME's January 2016 Webinar

TI:ME is happy to announce that registration is now open for it's January 2016 webinar.  This presentation will be Tuesday, January 5th at 7pm: "Bringing Music to Life With Noteflight... Read More...

December 2015 - Message from TI:ME President

I recently gave our officers an update on TI:ME activities and thought that the items in that report would be of interest to our membership also.  This is a review... Read More...

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    The Technology for Music Education (TI:ME) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to assist music educators in applying technology to improve teaching and learning in music. 

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    We offer Professional Development Courses at locations around the country where you can train to master the skills you need to be effective at presenting your music program while demonstrating the wonder of making music to a classroom of students who are growing up with technology all around them.

    Members of TI:ME enjoy special access to our website content, ranging from hundreds of lesson plans that show you how to easily integrate technology into your music classes, along with our all-new private social network "Social TI:ME" where you can meet fellow TI:ME members, form and join special interest groups related to teaching, technology and more. 

    When you become a member of TI:ME, you will now instantly have access to the website and the benefits of membership, including our monthly webinars, familiar social networking pages, collection of lesson plans, connections with peers, exclusive news stories,  podcast collections and more to keep you up on today's every-changing technology in music, plus the opportunity to signup for free magazine subscriptions from TI:ME supporting publications like Electronic Musician, Keyboard and MIX Magazine.

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We are pleased to announce that the 2nd annual TI:ME Dunphy-Rudolph Administrator of the year award will be presented to David Mash.  This award recognizes an administrator that has made exceptional contributions to the use of music technology in the music classroom, with candidates being nominated and selected by TI:ME's officers.  The award will be announced at the TI:ME National Conference in San Antonio, Texas, February 9-13 in the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center. 

David Mash is the Senior Vice President for Innovation, Strategy, and Technology for Berklee.  In his 40-year career at Berklee, David has led the integration of technology into the curriculum, created what is now the Electronic Production and Design department at Berklee, led faculty development in the use of technology in music instruction, as well as overseen the technology infrastructure that supports all of Berklee's use of technology, for an institution known worldwide for its expertise in contemporary music and production. David has been an early adopter of music technology and is often the one to whom people turn for advice when developing new products and services.  

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