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About: I designed the courses in Community Music for the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (which becomes the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on September 1st 2011) in 1997 and have been Lecturer in Community Music there for 14 years. I am also the Founder - Director of Glasgow Listening Centre which I established in 2000, and am committed to raising awareness of the hidden problems of hypersensitivity to sound and undiagnosed listening difficulties, and to conducting research into the application of the Tomatis Method of audio-psycho-phonology.

Professional role Lecturer in Community Music

Organisation, if you have one Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Will ALT-C 2011 be your first ALT conference? Yes

9 September 2011

Observation (Three Short Papers 0034, 0114, 00459) - Here is the link to my presentation file: Wiki Views: evaluating music students’ experience of using social media to document community music education practice

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Observation (Three Short Papers 0034, 0114, 00459) - Here is the link now I hope!

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6 September 2011

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