Technology Institute for Music Educators
Helping Music Teachers Integrate Technology Since 1995
TI:ME is a 501-c3 Non-Profit Educational Organization

2017 Course Offerings

TI:ME offers professional development opportunities throughout the summer through affiliated institutions and instructors. Consider enrolling in one of our Summer 2017 offerings. More course offerings are added as we become aware of them. Please check the TI:ME website (ti-me.org) for the most up-to-date information.

 

Through the TI:ME course curriculum, music educators can earn certification which provides professional recognition of their skills in using music technology in educational contexts.

Course Dates Instructor Institution Website Contact Person
Music Production Using Pro Tools June 26-30 Michael Fein University of the Arts (Center City Campus), Philadelphia, PA http://www.feinmusic.com/michaelfein/Music_Technology.html http://cs.uarts.edu/sms/courses#mt  Elizabeth Sokolowski (esokolowski@uarts.edu); Michael Fein (michael@feinmusic.com)
Music Technology July 3-18 Joshua Emanuel William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ www.wpunj.edu Joshua Emanuel, jpemanuel06@gmail.com

Teaching Music Improvisation with Technology

July-17-21

Michael Fein

University of the Arts (Villanova University), Philadelphia, PA

http://www.feinmusic.com/michaelfein/Music_Technology.html http://cs.uarts.edu/sms/courses#mt

Elizabeth Sokolowski (esokolowski@uarts.edu); Michael Fein (michael@feinmusic.com)

Integrating Technology in Music Education

July 24-28

Michael Fein

University of the Arts (Villanova University), Philadelphia, PA

http://www.feinmusic.com/michaelfein/Music_Technology.html http://cs.uarts.edu/sms/courses#mt

Elizabeth Sokolowski (esokolowski@uarts.edu); Michael Fein (michael@feinmusic.com)

Using Technology to Unlock Musical Creativity

July 10-14

Dr. Scott Watson

University of the Arts, at Parkland High School (Allentown, PA)

http://cs.uarts.edu/sms/courses#mt

Dr. Scott Watson, drscottwatson@gmail.com

Video Projects in Music Education

July 17-21

Dr. Scott Watson

University of the Arts, at Parkland High School (Allentown, PA)

http://cs.uarts.edu/sms/courses#mt

Dr. Scott Watson, drscottwatson@gmail.com

Lights, Camera, Learning! Video Projects in Music Education

July 3-7

Dr. Scott Watson

Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT

http://web.ccsu.edu/smi/courses.asp

 Dr. Carlotta Parr, parrc@ccsu.edu

Advanced Sequencing and Production - Propellerhead Reason and Ableton Live
This course fulfills requirements for TI:ME 2A: MIDI Sequencing for those interested in TI:ME certification.

July 24-28

Floyd Richmond 

Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT 

http://web.ccsu.edu/smi/courses.asp 

 Dr. Carlotta Parr, parrc@ccsu.edu

TI:ME offers two levels of certification:

  • Level I Certification consists of two courses which build competencies in fundamental music technology skills such as music production, electronic musical instruments, technology-assisted learning, and digital media.
  • Level II Certification requires three additional courses (five total including level I requirements). They include one course in integrating technology into music curricula and two other courses that allow the learner to delve into specific technological areas of interest such as digital media and advanced music production.

Detailed in formation about certification and courses is available at ti-me.org.

Avid Courses may be used to fulfill TI:ME certification.

  • ProTools User Certification is equivalent to TI:ME 2B Digital Audio
  • ProTools Operator Certification is equivalent to TI:ME 2B Advanced Digital Audio
  • Sibelius Certification is equivalent to TI:ME 2A Notation.

Contact Emmett O’Leary at emmettoleary@gmail.com with specific questions about other Avid courses that may count toward TI:ME certification.

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