Bridging the Gap Using Access Grid Video Collaboration Technology: A Case Study in Music Performance Education across Two Continents
Access Grid video collaboration technology
Researchers employed a mixed-methods design of inquiry involving survey designs and phenomenological methods research techniques to determine the Access Grid's effectiveness for remote music performance education and to assess the students' impression of this videoconferencing system.
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School of Applied Computing
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Sykes, E. R., Skoczen, W. (2013). Bridging the gap using Access Grid video collaboration technology: A case study in music performance education across two continents. Educause Review. Retrieved from http://er.educause.edu/articles/2013/1/bridging-the-gap-using-access-grid-video-collaboration-technology-a-case-study-in-music-performance-education-across-two-continents.
Sykes, Edward R. and Skoczen, Wesley, "Bridging the Gap Using Access Grid Video Collaboration Technology: A Case Study in Music Performance Education across Two Continents" (2013). Faculty Publications and Scholarship. 4.