ISSN: 17527066
First published in 2008
3 issues per volume
Volume 6 Issue 2
Cover Date: August 2013
Using spatial sound as an interdisciplinary teaching tool
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Authors:  Felipe Otondo 
DOI: 10.1386/jmte.6.2.179_1

Keywords
music technology,interdisciplinarity,performance,collaborative learning,curriculum design,employability

Abstract
‘Interdisciplinarity’ has become an ambiguous and slightly misleading term; people appear to have quite different ideas of what it means. One topic that is shared among various art disciplines and is believed to help relating to and understanding practical interdisciplinary features of an artwork is the role of the physical space. This article examines the role that spatial sound can play as a teaching enhancement tool exemplified in successful examples of interdisciplinary students’ collaborations. Challenges of an integrated interdisciplinary curriculum design for art courses are discussed taking into account relevant issues like contents, assessment and resources.
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