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William Bauer
Assistant Professor of Music Education
Case Western Reserve University

William I. Bauer is an assistant professor of music education at Case Western Reserve University where he teaches undergraduate and graduate level classes with primary responsibilities in music education research, the psychology of music teaching and learning, and the applications of technology to music instruction. From 1997-2001 he was on the music education faculty of the Ball State University School of Music where he was also the co-director of the Music Technology Resource Laboratory. Previous to his appointment at BSU, Bauer was the director of Music Education at Radford University in Radford, VA. A native of northeastern Ohio, he taught instrumental (band and orchestra) and general music for eight years in the Ohio public schools.

Bauer's publications include articles in the Journal of Research in Music Education, UPDATE: The Applications of Research in Music Education, Contributions to Music Education, the Music Educators Journal, the Journal of Technology in Music Learning, the Indiana Musicator, the Southeastern Journal of Music Education, and Triad. Bauer has presented at conferences throughout the country and is in demand as an adjudicator and clinician. He is an active member of many professional organizations including MENC: The National Association for Music Education, the Ohio Music Education Association, the Society for Research in Music Education, the Society for Music Teacher Education, the American Educational Research Association, the Midwest Educational Research Association, the Association for Technology in Music Instruction, and the National Band Association. He is a member of the National Advisory Board of the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME) and chair of the TI:ME research committee. Currently, he is serving as the treasurer of the Great Lakes Chapter of the College Music Society. Bauer is a graduate of The Ohio State University (BME), Bowling Green State University (MM), and Kent State University (PhD). hidden objects gamesbest pc gamesbrick busteradventure gamesmahjongpc game downloadstime management gameskids gamescard gamesmatch 3 games

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  • Enriching the Traditional Music Classroom Through Internet-based Technologies
    // Case Studies, July/August 2001