Brownbag session on games and musical learning to be held Feb. 17

February 03, 2011

From noon to 1 p.m. on Feb. 17, a free brownbag session titled "Using Games to Enhance Music Learning and Creativity" will take place. Anyone interested in the use of games in education can attend in person in room 315 Rider Building, University Park, or via an Adobe Connect videoconference.

During the session, Ann Clements, associate professor of music education, and Teri Yerger, a research assistant in music education, will discuss how a variety of musical games can enhance the learning of music theory and musical creativity. The session will also include demos of selected games on the Nintendo DSi and Wii.

To register for the session, visit http://its.psu.edu/training/ then select "Register for training." The Educational Gaming Commons is a service of Information Technology.

Last Updated February 03, 2011