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Connectivism as a Framework for Informal Learning in Music Education: a Literature Review Study

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posted on 2024-03-07, 16:24 authored by Yangwenxiu Li

 The purpose of this study is to conduct a literature review that  investigates the role of social media in enhancing informal music learning  through the lens of Connectivism. By synthesizing existing research findings,  this study aims to understand how social media facilitates and supports  informal music learning, identifies the challenges and limitations associated  with their use, and evaluates their effectiveness in fostering positive learning  outcomes. In doing so, this research seeks to illuminate the implications of   Connectivism learning theory for studying social media and informal music  learning and provide recommendations for educators, researchers, and music  teachers and students on leveraging social media effectively for informal  music learning experiences. 

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Date

2023-05-06

Degree Type

  • Master's Thesis

Department

  • Music

Degree Name

  • Master of Music

Advisor(s)

Susan Raponi

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