Our database of sources came together through the combined brainpower of dozens of contributors. We hope to continue channeling this energy and this collective knowledge, in order to build up an assortment of user-generated pedagogical materials—lecture notes, slides, assignments, in-class activities. How are you using the resources? What is the shape of a lecture you’ve dreamt up that is like no lecture you (or we) had as an undergrad? Have you designed assignments with “tie-ins” to a particular article or book chapter?
Please consider sharing these materials here! We can anonymize or credit you, as you prefer. Editable files are the most useful for our membership, as they can be downloaded and quickly adapted for different classroom settings—but we are grateful for whatever you feel comfortable providing.
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“Adapted from “Title of Resource,” designed by ____ _____ ; original available at https://inclusiveearlymusic.org.”