The ME Blogger Campaign Was Successfully Completed On January 1st, 2009!!!
Get ready… we are going to be updating this list on a “rolling” basis in June of 2011!
The ME Blogger Campaign played a VITAL role in getting better information about Music Education and Music Technology on to the Internet. In addition, it was one of the first catalysts that
moved Music Educators into the online collaborative world of “Web 2.0″.
Welcome to the page for all of the information related to our 100 ME Bloggers campaign! This page also contains links to a number of the related posts on MusTech.net about the 100 ME Bloggers! campaign.
Want to know more about the campaign that started it all? Click it!
The Rules as listed to become a ME Blogger:
- You must have (or have started) a blog site and not a simple website.
- You must agree to post as regularly as you able to about a topic that is interesting to you, your students, the music audience as a whole, etc. that related to music education and/or music technology in the classroom environment. Literally, you can almost blog about anything related… the “world is your oyster!”. I know many of you can’t post every day (I don’t-ok, not usually ;) ), week, or even couple-to-three weeks, but let’s strive for at least a post a month! :)
- You must agree to not “covet” all your materials and share many of them, freely, with the world so we all can gain from everyone’s expertise and experiences. Of course you are free to copyright your creative works and ideas as you see fit, afterall they’re yours! We are encouraging ME Bloggers to consider using a creative commons license (your pick!) to help them preserve their ideas while allowing others to access them in ways that the ME Bloggers see fit. Becoming a ME Blogger does not in anyway obligate you to give up an of your commercial venues or have everything on your blog “given away anything or everthing for free”. It simply means that you are blogging for the good of music education and that you are part of the global conversation about it! What we are NOT looking for in a ME bloggers is a blog that is specifically designed to sell products and/or services.
- You must actively participate in our “global conversation” about our field by joining in the conversation with others:
- Agreeing to comment on other ME Bloggers posts as you are able to and have the ability to contribute or encourage
- Share your blog with others by linking to the other ME Bloggers in either your blogroll or a page of ME Bloggers
- Agreeing to answer legitimate questions by ME Bloggers and others that post questions on your site in a timely manner.
- Let me/us know you exist! Comment after this post, or visit our
- When you become an ME blogger, post about our campaign as much as you want, tell your friends…we know this is going to be a long haul…let’s take the first step together!
Related Posts and Developments concerting the ME Blogger Campaign:
20th. Call For Music Education Bloggers (Please repost anyway possible!)
12th. ME project: Calling All Directors That Use Program notes (Beta Testers!)
4th. The Official List of the ME Bloggers February Edition (complete)
10th. ME Tips: Powerpoint About Syndicating R.S.S. And Web 2.0
28th. Annoucement: Getting Ready to Post The Official ME list!
22nd. Changed some of the wording on this page and “softened” up the ME requirements to make it more accessible and friendly.
20th. Tutorial for adding the ME graphics to your WordPress Blog. Read All about it!
17th. Released New Graphics for ME Bloggers. Read All about it!
The OFFICIAL ME List (Completed December 1st, 2008)
Note: Many of these blogs are still active, but a number of ME Bloggers have evolved to using Social Media as a viable alternative to continuing the Music Education Conversation(s) online. For more information about Music Education Social Networking please visit this article by Dr. Joseph Pisano and Andy Zweibel.
Dr. Joseph M. Pisano- MusTech.net
Owen Bradley -The Digital Music Educator
Evan Tobias- Catalysts & Connections
Espie Estrella -About Music Education
Dr. James Frankel- Music Technology in Education
Dr. Miikka Salavuo- Music Education, Technology & Social Media
Pete Whitfield- e-Learning for Music
Chad Criswell- Music Ed. Magic
Dr. Jonathan Savage- Jonathan Savage
V. Keith Mason- Music Tech. for Me.
Travis J. Weller- Composing Like Mad
Ken Pendergrass- Music is Not for Insects
Joel- So You Want to Teach
Steve Engel- Music Ed. Lounge
Linda Granite- Bb, F#
Jason Heath- Double Bass Blog
Robert Brannan- The Music is Free
Deborah Valdivia-Zwolinski- DVZ’s Mix
Kyle Gardner- Choir Teachers
Paul Draper- Draper’s Blogspot
John Wilborn- John Wilborn’s Weblog
Leo Park- I Know…I Think
Stan Haskins- Glued to the String
Barbara Freedman- Music Ed. Tech.
Dr. Tom Rudolph- Make the Most of Notation Software
Dale Lewis- Teaching the “Wire Choir”
Dr. Kevin Andry-Dr. Andry’s Band Blog
Steffany Perham- Perham’s Prattlings
Alex Ruthmann- Alex Ruthmann’s Blog
Carol Broos- Be A Techie:)
Geejay Arrioloa and Jeffrey Langlois -Music Anthology
Michael Compton -Southern Iowa Music Education Network
Eric Wright- QACHS’s Band Blog
Jonathan Filbert -Sound On ~Music and Music Education
Alison Hulihan- Marching Music
Roger Whaley -The BandEd ToolShed
Martha Grondin-Artful, Tuneful, Beatful
Kevin Tuck -Percussion Education Online
Janice Tuck -The Music Teacher’s Blog
Steve Raybould, Kriston Feldpausch -Band and Chorus PMS/PJHS
Kyle Krstolic -Music Education Share
Dan Leeman -Music Education for All
Amy Burns -Elementary Music/Music Technology
Erinn Wrobel – Notes From The Mitten
Doug Butchy – Confessions of a Band Director
Rich Blenkinsopp – Studiobee Music
Susan Hurst – Music, Middle School and Web 2.0
Dr. Phil Kirkman -Music Education and Technology Blog
Ann Winze- WI Orchestra
David DeVoto – Third Division
Dr. Chris Foley – The Collaborative Piano Blog
Matthew Pelandina and Mike Lewis – The BandGuys’ blog
David French -The Music Education Blogspot
Larry Marra -Music Teachers 911
Rebecca Brown -Piano Teacher’s Retreat
Steve Mugglin -Creativity and Songwriting in Music Education
Greg Albing -Total Music Education
Ben Baker -Teaching Music
Susan Davis -Music Technology Musings
- http://www.howtopractise.com (yes it’s a “s”, it’s an English spelling)
Mike Saville – How To Practise
Valerie Kampmeier – Free 2 Create
Natalie Wickham – Music Matters Blog
Theresa White – Education In Music
William Zick – Africlassical
Eugene Cantera – Discover, Learn, Play (MusickED.com’s Blog)
Ms. Tris – MsTrisMusic.com
Julian Partridge – Learn Theory Music Blog
Tennyson Williams – Guitar Articles.Net
Dan Thompson -Creative Kid Music
Oscar – Educacion Musical – Music Education (Our first, in Spanish, ME Blog!)
Dr. Eric Rasmussen – Rizz’s Blog
Brenda Muench – Tech. Tempo
Thomas J. West
Andrew Spang -MusicTech4Ed
- Click this link. (A very log blog URL…)
Jon Ensminger -Pedaplus
Richard McCready – Tech Toys and Tunes
Rachel Rambach – Listen and Learn
Allan Perkins – Jazz Works
Alexandra Gallant – The Misadventures of a First Year Music Teacher
Cameron Grant – Acoustic Path
Scott Ashby – Music Teacher’s Cafe
Stever Carter – Frog Story Records/Player’s Journal
Cary Stewart – Third-Stream Music Education
Derek Polischuk – Michigan State Piano Pedagogy
Elizabeth McDonald -From the Voice of…
Sarah Johnston -Urban Music Education
Jason Crews – Music Education Resource Blog
Christopher – Classical Guitar Blog
Andrew- Split Three Ways
Marilyn Johnson – MJ’s Music Teaching Tips
Brandon Pearce – Music Teacher’s Helper Blog
Jeane Goforth – Scrollworks and Metropolitian Youth Orchestras
Dr. Robert Phillips – The Opinionated Arpgeggist
Cynthia Wunsch – The Unlikely Entrepreneur (Click the Blog Tab)
Joe Owens – MHS Theater
Andy Zweibel – Music Musings and Other Randoms…
Stephen Robb – Music Schools BC
Paul Bailey – Paul Bailey’s Blog
The list if finished, the campaign is done! Congratulations to all selected to as Official ME Bloggers!