Handouts from the 2010 #mwamta Conference

by Kimberly on April 12, 2010 · 7 comments

For those who attended my presentations at the Midwestern Regional Music Therapy Conference in Fort Collins this past weekend, here are the handouts!

“Functional Neuroscience for the Clinical Music Therapist”
Click here to download a handout (pdf) from this presentation

“Music Therapy in a Web 2.0 World: How You Can Harness the Power of the Internet”
Click here to download a handout (pdf) from this CMTE

P.S. Even if you didn’t attend the session, feel free to download the handouts! Tomorrow, I’ll post my highlights from the conference.


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Daniel Tague April 12, 2010 at 6:08 pm

Thanks so much for sharing your handout! It reminded me that I have been meaning to download Tweetdeck for awhile – so I finally did it! It looks like it was a great session. I hope you had a good turnout!
.-= Daniel Tague´s last blog ..When the Thought Counts! =-.

Mimi Sinclair April 12, 2010 at 7:29 pm

Thanks for the handouts and all the other information you are providing here. Hope you submitted your presentation for the AMTA 2010 conference in Cleveland? Would love to get the full presentation!

Meridith Lager April 12, 2010 at 8:42 pm

Thank you again for your wonderful and informative presentation (Web 2.O) I’ve got a million new ideas buzzing around in my head and can’t wait to get started!

The Crazy Music Lady April 13, 2010 at 5:21 am

Hope you had fun! I will look at these later today 🙂

Kimberly April 13, 2010 at 9:01 am

I’m SO glad you all are enjoying the handouts! I submitted these presentations for the AMTA conference. I will keep you posted whether they wre accepted or not! ~Kimberly

Adelaide Dupont April 14, 2010 at 8:37 pm

Isn’t the acceptance let-know date the first of June, 2010?

(Or somewhere along those lines?)

Loved the song break in the middle of Functional Neuroscience.

And slide 30 is important and relevant. So are slides 37 and 38.

Just now I am looking at the Social Media slides. Thanks for all the great differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0. It was good to see in later slides what Twitter and Facebook are for.

Have you personally used 99designs? How could it work in the field?

I like how you leave pauses so there’s time for questions.
.-= Adelaide Dupont´s last blog ..Running sheet for Key Concepts and Development: prelim and first draft, with pics and sounds! =-.

Kimberly April 20, 2010 at 7:50 am

I have used 99designs–for the cover of my productivity ebook. I wrote more about them in a previous post (the link is in the article). You can use them for your logo design, business cards, brochures, websites, etc. You can use 99designs for any sort of design project you’d need for marketing or product development. You’d just have to cover the printing, if needed. ~Kimberly

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