Technology Institute for Music Educators
Helping Music Teachers Integrate Technology Since 1995
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Vote Now! Voting Ends at 11:59PM, May 1st!

TI:ME is holding elections for the upcoming President Elect, and we have two excellent candidates to choose from, both of whom have served TI:ME faithfully over the years. Please review the bios below for both candidates, then choose your next President Elect in the 2012 TI:ME President Election box by clicking to go back to the top of the home page, where the voting box is in the middle column.  

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Stefani Langol is a music educator, clinician, author, and consultant. She is currently Associate Professor of Music Education at Berklee College of Music and also serves as the technology coordinator for the Music Education department. In addition, Stefani is an adjunct Assistant Professor at Boston Conservatory of Music, where she teaches masters level music technology classes for the Masters in Music Education program. Stefani served as editor-in-chief of the TI:MEs newsletter from 1997-2004. She is a certified instructor for the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME) and offers graduate credit and TI:ME national certification courses at numerous sites throughout the Northeast.

She has been a featured presenter at numerous state, national, and international music educator conferences and K-12 in-service sessions across the country, including New York, Pennsylvania, California, Ohio, Rhode Island, Florida, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Texas, Illinois, and Quebec and Toronto, Canada. Stefani is the co-author of the Alfred Music Tech Series, which includes Playing Keyboard, Music Production and MIDI Sequencing, Composing with Notation Software, and the accompanying Teacher’s Guide: Book 1. In addition, she has published several articles on music technology that have appeared in the Music Educators Journal, Music Education Technology Magazine, Music and Computers, Artists House, and Massachusetts Music News.

floydDr. C. Floyd Richmond is a music education and technology specialist and a member of the Valley Forge Christian College music faculty. He is frequently called on for school in-service days, and local, state, and national conferences. 

In July of 2007, he was the keynote speaker at the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME) Asia conference in Singapore.

Dr. Richmond is the author, coauthor or editor of nine course books on music technology. He is the editor and coauthor of Hal Leonard's Technology Strategies, and chapter author for Thompson's Technology Guide for Music Educators. He is the primary author for Alfred's Composing Music with Notation, and co-author for Alfred's Playing Keyboard, and Sequencing. He is also the primary author of Thomas Nelson's Audio, Video, and Media in the Ministry.

He is the chair of the education and curriculum committee for the Technology Institute for Music Educators, and has served in that role since it's inception. He is active with the Association for Technology in Music Instruction (ATMI) and has served as their chair of their conference committee. He serves as a member of the editorial board of the Journal for Technology in Music Learning (JTML). He teaches music technology courses around the country, and in recent years has taught at Ball State University, Boston University, Kent State University, West Chester University, Villanova University, Five Towns College, and Valley Forge Christian College.

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