Getting Ready To Post The Official First List Of ME Bloggers!

I had a great time and experience while in Michigan.  I got to spend time with good friends and meet new friends and colleagues.  I spent a lot time with V. Keith Mason.  We have had a number of conversations but have never officially met. 

The presentation about R.S.S. went very well.  I was a little bit anxious about it as it was very “cutting edge” material -however, the folks in attendance told me afterward that it was a great session.  I plan to post a web version of the presentation very soon.

I have a number of draft posts beginning to pile up and with the start of the college semester “off and running”,  it may be awhile before I get to them all BUT, I’m planning on posting the current, OFFICIAL list of ME bloggers tomorrow… Stay TUNED! 

If you are a ME blogger or planning to be one,  don’t forget to check out the official repository of ME blogging information from time to time here:

In the mean time I’ve “bitten the bullet” and have decided to add a one-way RSS feed of my “twitters”.  You can see this on the sidebar to the right: “Dr. Pisano Twitters:”.  I have just about integrated my WordPress, Twitter and Facebook sites into each other now.  I should be able to Twitter from anyone of the three and have it appear on the others.  It seems to be working… for now! :)

         Dr. Joseph M. Pisano

Joseph M. Pisano, Ph.D. is the creator of many education websites, a lecturer, clinician, trumpeter, and conductor. He is currently the Associate Chair of Music and Director of Bands in the Calderwood School of Arts at Grove City College in PA. He been named a TI:ME Teacher of the Year, received the JEN Jazz Educator Award and the PA Citation of Excellence. He is a past Vice President of the Technology Institute for Music Educators and the current Vice-President of the PA Intercollegiate Bandmasters Association. He also writes for DCI Magazine, Teaching Music Magazine, and is the Educational Editor for In-Tune Monthly Magazine; he has contributed hundreds of articles to various publications. Find out more at his website
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  • Well, I will officially begin to add MusEduBlog content on my blog tomorrow. I have amassed a pretty good wealth of information on general teaching, and have touched on my band directing a bit from time to time in the past.

    Beginning tomorrow, I will declare my intentions to actually make a more focused effort to really post content that pertains not simply to the classroom, but also to the rehearsal room as well.

    As I prepare two bands for Texas UIL Concert & Sight Reading competition, this should be a fun experiment. Thank you so much for giving me the boost to really jump into this thing! I’m excited!

  • Hey Joe-

    This is great! I just updated my blog and moved it over to edublogs- another great blogging tool for our future ME Bloggers out there! Check out my new post at my NEW blog address here:

    Thanks for all you are doing to keep this great site alive and encouraging us “green” bloggers.

  • Joel,

    Thanks for joining the campaign. I didn’t catch your comment until I posted the “first list”. I’ll get you up soon!

    In the mean time, I encourage you to check out what we’re all about by visiting: and visiting and introducing yourself to some of the other ME Bloggers and working on your “first posts” :) If you need help check out our forums.

    Welcome aboard!


    Got it!

    -J. PIsano

  • Joe,

    THe TIME conference in Michigan was excellent. And yes…. it was great meeting you in person. Joe and I spent several hours over dinner and coffee chatting about numerous topics. I’m really looking forward to continuing our friendship and future endeavors as we work to promote music, technology, and music education. Blessings!

    ” Music tech for ME”