Earlier this week, the VOICES conference featured two days of talks from science educators and communicators who use music to share ideas about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
VOICES (which stands for Virtual Ongoing Interdisciplinary Collaborations on Educating with Song) took place entirely online, which allowed participants from all over the world to present talks about their own unique methods of using songs or music to talk about science. Full story.
Eva Amsen (Forbes) / September 24, 2019
- 3,000 Interviews. 50 Years. Listen to the History of American Music. Vivian Perlis founded Yale’s Oral History of American Music in 1968.
- Rain on rooftops, crunching gravel: the strange appeal of ‘slow audio’ The act with ambient recordings of forest walks and bird calls
- How Learning An Instrument Helps People With Disabilities From making sounds to the actual process of practicing
- The 1918 Pandemic’s Impact on Music? Surprisingly Little Cultural life returned swiftly to normal after the 1918 flu