The Education Committee of the Audio Engineering Society will be hosting its 2nd Audio Education Virtual Mini-Conference on Super Bowl Sunday February 7, 12noon-3pm.
This online virtual mini-conference will feature a series of presentations about the pedagogy and delivery of audio and music technology. Come learn about best practices, resources available to you and to your students, exciting events and opportunities you can take part of in 2021.
Up your game before the game!
Information about this online event will be posted here and distributed through AES social media channels as the details become available.
Space is limited so please register today!
Our Program includes:
Steal My Syllabus: Three Educators Share Elements of a Syllabus and Why they Feel it Makes for Effective Pedagogy
Alex Case(University of Massachusetts/Lowell), Mark Rubel(Blackbird Academy), Agnieszka Roginska(New York University)
An Archive of Multi-tracks available to enhance student engagement and learning.
Kirk McNally(University of Victoria, British Columbia)
Building bridges and partnerships with High School Audio
Gabe Herman (University of Hartford)
Co-Curricular Resources for Teaching Acoustic Science to Audio Students
Dr. Magdalena Piotrowska(Akademia Muzyczna, Krakowie) & Karolina Jaruszewska(Akademia Akustyki)
Keynote Presentation: Machine Learning & Audio Education
Jonathan Wyner (AES President, Izotope Director of Education)
AES Educational Activities in Latin America
Cesar Lamschtein(VP, AES)
Announcement of The NEW AES Student Recording Competition
Miles Fulwider(university of Saint Francis)
Announcement of The NEW AES Student Design Competition
Christoph Thompson(Ball State University)
The Landscape of Programming Languages Available to Audio Students
Joshua Hodge(The Audio Programmer)
The AES/MathWorks Partnership to bring Learning resources for MATLab for Audio Educators and Students
Gabriele Bunkheila (MathWorks)
Preview of the 2021 AES Conference on Audio Education at Middle Tennessee State University and Belmont University in Nashville.
Bill Crabtree & Michael Fleming (Middle Tennessee State University)
Scholarships Available to Audio Students through the AES Educational Foundation
Jim Anderson(New York University)
Recognition of Audio Professors who are Retiring
Alex Perialas (Ithaca College) and Dave MacLaughlin (NESCOM)
How To Participate
In three simple steps, you can participate in the AES Audio Education Mini Conference. Register, receive the secure access code to the sessions and log-in at the scheduled times.
Follow this link to register for the AES Audio Education Mini Conference
After registering, early in the week commencing February 1, 2021 you will receive an email from us with your secure access code to the AES Audio Education Mini Conference. The code is unique to you, use it to log in from the beginning, or for that specific session in the schedule.
Follow the emailed link and participate with questions and find solutions during the Academy.
The AES Audio Education Mini Conference will be available on-demand to AES Members and Registered participants only, two months after the live event.
The AES Audio Education Mini Conference takes place on Sunday February 7, 2021 at 12noon - 3pm ET.
This event is FREE for AES Members, but you still need to register to participate!
Participation instructions will be sent after registration.
Access to the AES Audio Education Mini Conference February 2021
Access to On-Demand recording
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