Loyola at a Glance
Sanford Hinderlie presents at two international conferences
February 15, 2013
Loyola University New Orleans Interim Chair of the Department of Music Industry Studies Sanford Hinderlie presented his research on learning technologies at two international conferences in November.
Hinderlie, who is also the Rita O. Huntsinger Distinguished Professor in Music, was one of only 25 university faculty members from around the world invited to present at the London Education Research Symposium, held at the Oxford and Cambridge Club in London. He spoke on “Pedagogical Innovations of Online Courses at Traditional Universities.”
Hinderlie was also an invited guest at the French-language annual FAMEQ Conference, themed “Music Learning: Benefits for the 21st Century Learner Conference” and held in Quebec City, Montreal. Hinderlie’s presentation, given in English, was “Analysis of Using Clickers in Higher Education Classrooms, Case Study: The History of American Popular Music.”
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