Many of us who have no particular skill with technology nor aptitude for it are finding ourselves up to our eyeballs in online teaching, zoom meetings, and live streams. While much of what we have at our disposal is quite simply amazing, we’re all struggling to become proficient, and pronto.
I personally have benefited from ideas being shared by colleagues, my students, and their parents. All of us are looking for ideas that will make the process simpler, more streamlined, and better tailored to our specific musical needs.
Whether you’re using technology to teach online violin lessons, to perform online, to teach college courses, or just to chat with your family, what would be the greatest improvement you could imagine, to get this technology working for us?
Please pick the answer below that most closely corresponds to your choice, then provide specifics in the comments section. If you have other ideas for improving technologies that are not included in the vote, please share in the comments as well.
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