Conference Papers and publications
Conference Papers and publications
Key Factors Needed for Developing a Higher Education Cross-Campus Learning Environment in a Nordic Context
The use of digital technologies and online tools to support both students and educators has become synonymous with transforming learning within Higher Education, particularly within post graduate courses. It can be argued that the recent push for transforming Higher Education aligns itself with the notion that postgraduate students need more flexible learning opportunities while still retaining access to high quality, engaging and collaborative pedagogical approaches.
This paper reports on an exploratory case study that focuses on cross campus/university collaboration and flexible learning opportunities for students studying a masters level degree in the area of Music, Communication and Technology (MCT) within a Nordic context.
The research question guiding the study is “What factors do educators in a hybrid cross-campus learning environment identify as essential for providing a supportive learning experience for students?”
ORIGINAL RESEARCH article
Front. Educ., 22 December 2021 | https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2021.763761
More than one year after SALTO participated as sponsor and partner in WAC2019 (Web Audio Conference at NTNU), it is our pleasure to announce that the JAES Special Issue on Web Audio has been published!
SALTO is represented by Anna Xambó, Robin Støckert, Alexander Refsum Jensenius and Sigurd Saue as authors of the paper: Learning to Code Through Web Audio: A Team-Based Learning Approach
We would like to thank all colleagues for their contribution.
In alphabetical order: Carlos Acosta, Francisco Bernardo, Manuel Bouillon, Michel Buffa, Cem Çakmak, Dominique Fober, Christos Garoufis, Rob Hamilton, Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Vassilis Katsouros, Chris Kiefer, Kosmas Kritsis, Jerome Lebrun, Stéphane Letz, Thor Magnusson, Petros Maragos, Daniel Martín-Albo, Benjamin Matuszewski, Romain Michon, Yann Orlarey, Robert Piechaud, Shihong Ren, Sigurd Saue, Robin Støckert, Anna Xambó, and Athanasia Zlatintsi.
You can read the guest editors' note here, which is written by Anna, Sara, and Gerard.
Øyvind Johan Eiksund, Elin Angelo, Jens Knigge
Jan-Olof Gullö, Eirik Askerøi, Robin Støckert, Andreas Bergsland, Anna Xambó, Thomas Nguyen, Ola Buan Øien, Andreas Waaler Røshol, Eirik Sørbø, Egil Reistadbakk, Bjørn-Terje Bandlien
This anthology presents research projects that examine the intersection between music, technology and education from a variety of perspectives. The contributors are from a range of educational programs within traditional pre-, primary and lower secondary school education, as well as music performance and technology educational programs. Data for the studies stems from primary and lower secondary school, as well as informal learning environments, in addition to the contributors’ respective education programs. The research projects examine a wide range of topics such as gamification of ukulele and song teaching, composition with iPads in the classroom, live looping as an approach to ensemble conducting, authentic music technology learning spaces, music-making in the “laptop-era”, sound, the notion of net-based presence, and challenges in higher electronic music education. As this anthology is the first publication in the MusPed:Research series, it also contains an introductory chapter about the series and the research network Musikkpedagogikk i utdanning (MiU). This anthology makes a distinct contribution to the research field of music technology in education and questions educational practices in the school and higher educational levels, the goals and content of music education, and our understanding of music and music creation in itself.
Our contribution is made by Robin Støckert, Andreas Bergsland, Anna Xambó and examine
The Notion of Presence in a Telematic Cross-Disciplinary Program for Music, Communication and Technology
Our Dørup Award winning paper from Eunis 2019 is published in the Eunis Journal. Paper made by: Robin Støckert, Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Anna Xambó Sedó , Øyvind Brandtsegg and it is called: A case study in learning spaces for physical-virtual two-campus interaction Eunis 2019
Støckert R.; Bergsland A.; Fasciani S.; Jensenius A. R.
Student active learning in a two campus organisation.
eLearning and Software for Education 2020 ; Volum 1. s. 612-620.
Jawad, K., Xambó, A. (2020). "How to Talk of Music Technology: An Interview Analysis Study of Live Interfaces for Music Performance among Expert Women". In Proceedings of the International Conference of Live Interfaces (ICLI 2020). Trondheim, Norway.
Xambó, A., Støckert, R., Jensenius, A.R. and Saue, S. (2019) "Facilitating Team-Based Programming Learning with Web Audio". In Proceedings of the Web Audio Conference 2019 (WAC ’19). Trondheim, Norway.
Anna Xambó, Sigurd Saue, Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Robin Støckert, Øyvind Brandtsegg. NIME Prototyping in Teams: A Participatory Approach to Teaching Physical Computing. In Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME ’19). Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Robin Støckert, Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Anna Xambó Sedó , Øyvind Brandtsegg A case study in learning spaces for physical-virtual two-campus interaction Eunis 2019
Støckert, Robin, Dr.ing. A.H.W. (Piet) van der Zanden, Duncan Peberdy (2019) Finding general guidelines for redesign of learning spaces. eLSE 2019.
Støckert, Robin; Stoica, George Adrian. (2018) Finding the Right Pedagogy and Related Prerequisites for A Two Campus Learning Environment. eLearning and Software for Education.
Stoica, George Adrian, Støckert, Robin (2018). Designing New Learning Scenarios for Multi-Campus Large Classes in Mathematics. eLearning and Software for Education.
Støckert, Robin; Saue, Sigurd; Jensenius, Alexander Refsum. (2017) Framework for a novel two-campus master's programme in music, communication and technology between the University of Oslo and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. ICERI proceedings.
George Adrian Stoica, Robin Støckert, Ketil Arnesen (2016). Evaluating a versatile learning space. EDULEARN16 Proceedings.