MUSIC E-Learning evolution, latest techniques, and ultimate systems and methods
Under the very renown word “E-learning” we can find several millions of articles, videos, blogs, vlogs, and many more modalities through which people communicate their knowledge to others. And the same happens for music e-learning in particular. It’s a very logical consequence of the native attitude that people have to share. We often happen to talk with friends about what we do, and as soon as we discover that someone needs help for something that we know, we are happy to tell him how to do, what to provide, which tools can be better than others.
Sharing information through the Web
This native instinct that we all have has become a real ideology on the web since we find on the Internet lots of different ways to share information and know-how.
In music, it’s even more natural for everyone to share and communicate about techniques, styles, tastes, tendencies in every kind of genre and instrument.
That’s why, several years ago, it also became natural for us to share and collect information, videos and audio files about music e-learning and improving, and to collect information about the best ways to share and develop music e-learning.
The Music E-Learning Actual Evolution
Back then, we considered it already to be a fortune to have access to some video tutorials for free, or to some articles exposing a score with indications about how to play. The need for e-learning started to increase, and the techniques for teaching through the Web started to improve.
At the present time, we have a huge community of players and composers, divided between professionals, semi-professional, and amateurs, who all want to use The Web to improve. At the same time, we needed further developments of the way we communicate knowledge, and we adopted two basic methods for this purpose:
- Interactive platforms for teaching at different levels of difficulty
- Tutorials distribution at different levels of difficult
COLLABRA MUSIC – The New Frontier for Interactive Music Teaching
Cicerone Music & Art is a promotional partner for Collabra Music, an American company which has developed an interactive platform for music teaching, using the latest technology and software resources.
Collabra basically helps music instructors and students to get more out of their lessons with tools that reinforce the lesson, make sure students practice and track progress between the student and instructor. The provided tools allow to reinforce the lesson, capture progress and create accountability. – all in one system, all in one place.
Cicerone provides help and assistance for those who want to use Collabra for local teaching or to manage a small/medium number of students inside a defined territory.
Cicerone also provides the full service for those who want to manage a potentially high number of students; all the services are provided, like teacher and students accounts, payment procedures, editing and upload of the files, and assistance throughout. Here you can see a video showing how it actually works:
Here you can see the Self-Management Course by Cicerone distributed on Collabra Music Platform.
Just type the words “music lessons” on Google and you’ll have about 15 million results, so you just have to take a tour and make some choice. After 3 years of studying about what is the perfect tutorial form, Cicerone developed a specific brand for amateurs and semiprofessionals, called BLACKBEAR MUSIC INTERNATIONAL, which provides tutorials for guitar and piano in different styles and techniques with very low pricing, though with all graphics help, tablatures, scores and every professional tool which a viewer could need.
More will surely come upon this infinite planet of new resources, and we’ll be here to report about it.
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