DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM AND TEACHING
CTMU 7560/7566, Summer 2009
Digital Media Production for Music Instruction
3 Semester Hours
Thurs. & Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 10:000 a.m., May 21-August 6
Dr. Kimberly Walls, 334.844.6892, Dept. of Curriculum & Teaching, 5040 Haley
Center, Auburn University, AL 36849 email@example.com (please use Blackboard
Texts or Major Resources:
Rudolph, T. E., Richmond, F., Mash, D., & Williams, D. (2006).
Technology Strategies for Music Education
Ed.). Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard. ISBN: 0634090607
(available from Soundtree: 1-800-963-8733,
Watson, S. (2006).
Technology Guide for Music Educators
. Boston: Thomson. ISBN: 1592009816
from Soundtree: 1-800-963-8733, www.soundtree.com)
MENC. (1994). The school music program: A new vision — The k-12 national standards, prek standards, and
what they mean to music educators. Retrieved May 11, 2008 from
MENC. (1994). Opportunity-to-learn standards for music instruction: Grades prek-12.
Retrieved May 11, 2008
MENC. (1999). Opportunity-to-learn standards for music technology. Retrieved November 3, 2006 from
Other materials on Blackboard.
TI:ME 1B Course Workbook. To be provided.
Williams, D. B., & Webster, P. R. (2005).
Experiencing Music Technology (3rd Ed.)
Rudolf, T. E. (2005).
Teaching music with technology (2
Chicago: GIA Publications. ISBN 1579993133
Reese, S.; McCord, K.; and Walls, K.
. (2001). Strategies for teaching: Technology. Reston, VA: MENC. ISBN1-
56545-140-6 Order from www.menc.org
A variety of software, media, and equipment is required. Most of the software is free or demo software.
Please do not download demo software until specified in class.
students must purchase and install the recent versions of the following software:
1. Microsoft PowerPoint
2. Video editing software:
iMovie (Mac only)
Movie Maker (Win only)
3. Adobe Photoshop Elements
More information about where to purchase these items will be posted to the Instructor’s Blog on
Access to digital camcorder with a way to import the video into your computer (such as Firewire) is required
Access to a scanner and a digital still camera is required
Home computers must be fairly new with sound capability, a microphone/headset (see Wal-Mart, USB
headset preferred), a CD-ROM or DVD burner, broadband Internet service, sufficient RAM, webcam or
camcorder and speakers. Students must also have the basic technology set used in the program: SeaMonkey,
RealPlayer, access to FAX, Microsoft Word (or OpenOffice), and Adobe Reader.