February 26, 2013

Publications

* Primary author in co-written manuscripts  **ASU graduate student  ***ASU Alumn

[Publications in preparation or in review are not included below.]

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

O’Leary, J. & Tobias, E. S. (Forthcoming). Sonic participation within, through, and around video games. In R. Mantie & G. D. Smith (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Music and Leisure. Oxford University Press.

Tobias, E. S. &  O’Leary, J. (Forthcoming) Video Games. In A. King, E. Himonides, & A. Ruthmann (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to Music, Technology & Education. Routledge.

Tobias, E. S. (Forthcoming) Re-locating and re-contextualizing technology in music education: Connecting to social and cultural issues. In R. Mantie & S. A. Ruthmann (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Technology and Music Education. Oxford University Press.

Tobias, E. S. (Forthcoming) Augmenting music teaching and learning with technology and digital media. In Mantie, R., & Ruthmann, S.A. (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Technology and Music Education. Oxford University Press.

Tobias, E. S. (2016). Learning with digital media and technology in hybrid music classrooms. In C. R. Abril & B. M. Gault (Eds.), Teaching general music: Approaches, issues, and viewpoints (pp. 112-140). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Tobias, E. S. (2015). Inter/trans/multi/cross/new media(ting): Navigating an emerging landscape of digital media for music education. In C. Randles (Ed.), Music Education: Navigating the Future pp. 91-121. New York: Routledge.

Ruthmann, S.A., Tobias, E., Randles, C., & Thibeault, M. (2015). Is it the technology? Challenging technological determinism in music education. In C. Randles (Ed.), Music Education: Navigating the Future (pp. 122-138). New York: Routledge.

Tobias, E. S. (2014). 21st century musicianship through digital media and participatory culture. In M. Kaschub and J. Smith (Eds.), Promising practices in 21st century music teacher education. Oxford: Oxford University Press (pp. 205-226)

Tobias, E. S. (2014). Collecting, generating, and analyzing multimodal and multimedia data. In C. Conway (Ed.), Oxford handbook of qualitative research in American music education. Oxford: Oxford University Press (pp. )

Tobias, E. S. (2012). Let’s play!: Learning music through video games and virtual worlds. In G. McPherson, & G. Welch (Ed.), Oxford handbook of music education. (pp. 531-548).  Oxford: Oxford University Press

ARTICLES IN JOURNALS

Tobias, E. S., Campbell, M. R., Greco, P. (2015). Bringing curriculum to life: Enacting project-based learning in music programs. Music Educators Journal, 102(2), 39-47. doi:10.1177/0027432115607602

Tobias, E. S., VanKlompenberg, A., & Reid, C. (2015). Reflecting on changes in practice through integrating participatory culture in our classrooms. Mountain Lake Reader: Conversations On the Study and Practice of Music Teaching, 6, 94-110.

Tobias, E. S. (2015). Participatory and digital cultures in practice: Perspectives and possibilities in a graduate music course. International Journal of Community Music, 8(1), 7-26

Tobias, E. S. (2015). From musical detectives to DJs: Expanding aural skills and analysis through engaging popular music and culture. General Music Today, 28(3), 23-27. doi:10.1177/1048371314558293

Tobias, E. S. (2015). Crossfading music education: Connections between secondary students’ in- and out-of- school music experience. International Journal of Music Education, 33(1), 18-35. doi: 10.1177/0255761413515809

Tobias, E. S. (2014). Solo, multitrack, mute? Producing and performing (gender) in the popular music classroom. Visions of Research in Music Education, 25, 1-28

Tobias, E. S. (2014). Flipping the misogynist script: Gender, agency, Hip Hop, and music education. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 13(2), 48-83.

Tobias, E. S. (2014). Reflecting on the present; looking ahead: A response to Shuler. Arts Education Policy Review, 115(1), 26-33. doi: 10.1080/10632913.2014.847356

Tobias, E. S. (2013). Composing, songwriting, and producing: Diversifying popular music pedagogy. Research Studies in Music Education, 35(2), 213-237. doi:10.1177/1321103X13487466

Tobias, E. S. (2013). Toward convergence: Adapting music education to contemporary society and participatory culture. Music Educators Journal, 99(4), 29-36. doi: 10.1177/0027432113483318

Tobias, E. S. (2013). Reply to “Another perspective: A response to ‘toward convergence'” Music Educators Journal, 99(4), 29-36. doi: 10.1177/0027432113483700

Tobias E. S. (2012). Hybrid spaces and hyphenated musicians: Secondary students’ musical engagement in a songwriting and technology course. Music Education Research, 14(3), 329-346

Tobias, E. (2011). From old school to new Schulwerk: Addressing sound worlds of contemporary popular music. The Orff Echo 43(4), 19-23. 

Tobias, E. (1999). Impressions from a pupal period. Mountain Lake Reader: Conversations on the study and practice of music teaching, 1(1), 70-73.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

*Tobias, E., & Barrett, J. (2010). Counterpoint or remix? A dialogue on popular music and popular culture in music teacher education. In M. Schmidt (Ed.), Collaborative action for change: Selected proceedings from the 2007 symposium on music teacher education. (pp. 35-50). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

 ARTICLES AND COLUMNS IN UN-REFEREED JOURNALS

Tobias, E.S. (2014). “Looking to the future” of AzSGM and Music Education. Arizona Music News (pp. 36-37)

Tobias, E. S. (2013). On the value of questioning. Arizona Music News. (pp. 17-18).

 Tobias, E.S. (2013) Inviting possibilities for new music and music education. NewMusicBox

REPORTS AND WHITEPAPERS

Battisti, F., Duke, B., Kirchoff, C., Livingston, L., Shuler, S., & Tobias, E. S. (2014). A compilation from the 2014 Ithaca College conference on instrumental music education: Preparing the 21st century artist-teacher

 

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