Julianne Miranda is Butler University's Senior Director, Center for Academic Technology. Julianne brings a unique blend of experience as a faculty member, a teacher, a technologist and a leader. Julianne has served as Director of Faculty Instructional Technology Support at DePauw University, where she supported all disciplines. She also served as the Director of Music Instructional Technology and was responsible for the creation of the Music Instructional Technology Center, a teaching and learning facility for music technology. Julianne was most recently the Chief Information Officer and Deputy Executive Director for the Music Teachers National Association, where she was responsible for all aspects of IT.
Add value to your website, American Music Teacher (2006)
The article focuses on developing a Web site. It mentions that multimedia can be useful...
Bringing the Local Association Online: Guiding Principles for Developing a Professional Web Presence, American Music Teacher (2006)
This article presents guidelines for music-teachers associations in the U.S. that are developing a professional...
The Musician's Walk: An Ethical Labyrinth, American Music Teacher (2006)
The article reviews the book "The Musician's Walk: An Ethical Labyrinth," by James Jordan.
Computing labs and Technology Classroom (ClTC) Initiative: A Model for Distributed Support (with L S. LaRoche, A Smock, and T A. Noble), Proceedings of the 31st Annual ACM SIGUCCS Conference on User Services (2003)
DePauw University is a small, liberal arts institution with 2200 undergraduate residential students and 222...
From Sophomore to Senior: Developing Your Professional Identity Through Reflection and Inquiry, DePauw University Sophomore Institute (2011)
The 21st Century Learner, South Carolina Music Teachers Association (2011)
Building Studio Resources Using Social media Tools, Indiana Music Teachers Association (2011)
Mindfulness in Motion - Connecting the Musician's Mind and Body (with Kenetha Stanton), Indiana Music Teachers Association (2011)
Building Community Through Social Tools, Butler University Piano Pedagogy Symposium (2011)
Teaching With Technology: Strategies for Engaging the 21st Century Learner (with Kelley J. Hall), Midwest Sociological Society (2011)
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Assessing Preservice Teachers Confidence Level in Using e-Portfolio Within the Elementary Science Methods Classroom (with Meredith Beilfuss and Li-Ling Yang), Association for Science Teacher Education International Conference (2011)
E-Portfolios: Is this just an electronic ‘in-box’? A survey was conducted on preservice teachers level...
A Collaborative Approach to Building a Student Information and Technology Literacy Program (with Kenetha Stanton), EDUCAUSE 2010 Midwest Regional Conference (2010)