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date: 22 January 2019

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The purpose of this chapter is to describe and discuss ways in which technology may be used to assess student learning outcomes focused on knowledge, skills, processes, and products related to creating, performing, and responding to music. Topics include (1) assessment principles essential to high-quality technology-assisted musical assessment, (2) the design of assessment tasks and procedures facilitated by technology, (3) applications of technology to assessment instruments and assessment management, and (4) technology for assessing learning outcomes related to creating, performing, and responding to music. Technology has the potential to transform assessment in music education, and through that to make a major impact on student learning. Up-to-date links to various technology resources related to this chapter can be accessed at http://www.oup-assessment.billbauer.me.

Keywords: music, music education, technology, assessment, creating, performing, responding

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