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Trend of the Convergence Stud in Arts & Culture Education - Focused on Music Technology

문화예술교육에서의 융복합 학문의 시대적 흐름- 음악테크놀로지를 중심으로

  • 김은진 (경희대학교 후마니타스칼리지) ;
  • 임병노 (경희대학교 후마니타스칼리지)
  • Received : 2011.11.18
  • Accepted : 2012.03.05
  • Published : 2012.03.28

Abstract

The effort to generate new values in this age of digital technology characterized by rapid changes in information and knowledge demands transformations not only in the sociocultural and educational spheres but also specifically in the field of arts and culture education. One of the greatest transformations is emphasis on integration and consilience among different fields which has impacted the field of arts and culture, giving birth to the practice of arts and culture education. Digital technology actively utilizes in lots of subjects, which, also becomes a challenging factor for the field of arts and culture education. In this context, this study theoretically considered to approach music technology to use for the field of arts and culture education. Utilization of music technology takes interdisciplinary approaches combining various subjects in the field of arts and culture education. Considering the current circumstances in which there is a lack of teaching and learning methodologies which reflect the unique, specialized nature and the intrinsic originality of the field of arts and culture education. It is deemed that by accumulating more case studies applying music technology in practice to a wider variety of targets and situations. Music technology will serve the role of an important a learning tool for the arts and culture education field.

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