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date: 09 April 2020

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This article begins with a discussion of the rationales for diversification of musical education environments. It then covers applications of music technology which enable new forms of musical empowerment; online music education environments; a blended/hybrid approach that features some online learning to enhance what is taught in face-to-face settings; online music teacher education; and participatory media and social media musicianship.

Keywords: music education, music learning, online education, face-to-face learning, participatory media, social media, music teacher, teacher education

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