Effectiveness of telepresence learning environment for opera singing: First results from a case study
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This brief paper shows the first results of a case study on a remote learning telepresence environment, specialized on lyric singing at higher education level. Opera eLearning study uses high bandwidth for delivering quality audio and video experience, and has been reviewed and evaluated by singing teachers, chorus and orchestra directors, and other professional musicians. Besides the exhaustive material recorded in video, which allows contrasting each of the singing lesson against a set of categories, usability testing and a user acceptance questionnaire has been applied. The analysis of results shows that the environment can be effectively used for masterclass lessons.
CitationRojas-Rajs, T. [et al.]. Effectiveness of telepresence learning environment for opera singing: First results from a case study. A: E-Learn 2009 - World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Goverment, Healthcare, & Higher Education. "Virtual Brief Paper for AACE E-LEARN 2009 Conference". Vancouver: 2009.