Advocacy 101: An Intro to This Month’s Special Series

by Kimberly on January 5, 2011 · 10 comments

Watch this video to learn about this month’s special 4-week series:

As mentioned in this video, I’ll be sharing all the blogs and podcasts that are participating in this project. This week includes:

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Kat Fulton January 5, 2011 at 12:06 pm

Woo hoo! Got chills watching this, Kim! It’s going to be a wild month =)
.-= Kat Fulton´s last blog ..Creativity in Music Making =-.

Louise January 6, 2011 at 12:23 am

I hope to catch up with as many of the podcasts and blog posts this month, as there may be something I can bring back to the Australian AMTA. Cheers
.-= Louise´s last blog ..Acquiesce =-.

Christy Joy Diachenko January 10, 2011 at 7:07 pm

I agree with Kat. To see all of this in bigger pictures…. it gives me chills as well! The mission of AMTA is burgeoning through this type of online advocacy. We shall fondly remember these days, say 10-20 years from now…. 🙂

Kimberly January 11, 2011 at 2:25 pm

@CJ LOL! Good point 🙂 @Louise I hope this is helpful for you. Keep reading as I’ll be sharing links to what other music therapy bloggers and podcasters publish right here on the blog. I’ll also be sharing them on my Facebook page (www.facebook.com/Neurosong) @Kat Yay! Didn’t intend for the video to incite chills…but kinda glad it did 😉

Evelyn Lee October 2, 2011 at 7:34 am

Just found this post when I was doing some research on music therapy advocacy! I’m having some ideas how I may incorporate advocacy into my thesis topic. Unfortunately there’s not much published literature on it and I don’t see as many social media material written by the music therapists in australia. Great work done with AMTA!

Kimberly October 3, 2011 at 3:16 pm

Thanks Evelyn! There’s not much about using social media for music therapy advocacy in any published literature…though I admit I haven’t looked hard 🙂 SM is such a new area that is continually evolving that it’s probably difficult to formally research, though I would imagine that many core principles of HOW social media is used is similar regardless of WHAT is used. Food for thought, huh? ~Kimberly

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