Teachers' use of digital technology in secondary music education: illustrations of changing classrooms

@article{Wise2011TeachersUO,
  title={Teachers' use of digital technology in secondary music education: illustrations of changing classrooms},
  author={Stuart Wise and Janinka Greenwood and Niki Davis},
  journal={British Journal of Music Education},
  year={2011},
  volume={28},
  pages={117 - 134}
}
The music industry in the 21st century uses digital technology in a wide range of applications including performance, composition and in recording and publishing. Much of this digital technology is freely available via downloads from the internet, as part of software included with computers when they are purchased and via applications that are available for some mobile phones. Such technology is transforming music and the way people approach many traditional music activities. This paper is… 
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