Distance Learning

Distance Learning in a global perspective

RDAM has been engaged in Distance Learning since 2010. An important part of Distance Learning activities is related to international collaboration.

Distance Learning allows for teaching and learning to take place remotely without the student being in regular face-to-face contact with a teacher in the classroom.

RDAM has comprehensive experience in the employment of Distance Learning technology in music education, and Distance Learning has consequently become an integrated part of the activities at the academy. A growing number of the RDAM faculty takes part in Distance Learning, with the dedicated Distance Learning studio being used on a weekly basis to connect to a growing number of international partner schools. Distance Learning has demonstrated many new and interesting perspectives in music teaching.

Distance Learning is a highly appreciated tool in increasing and improving international collaboration at RDAM. Through teaching and performance related activities, the academy meets international partners with a strong institutional commitment to further explore and develop international collaboration through substantial employment of Distance Learning technology.

The approach to Distance Learning at RDAM is based on a dedication to delivering high quality audio, which is of extreme importance to forming the basis of RDAM Distance Learning activities. RDAM collaborates with a number of experienced partners, and a joint and mutual understanding of the importance of high definition sound is crucial to achieving the best teaching results with the support of new technology.

RDAM addresses the importance of research and development in the field of Distance Learning. Technology and new research findings related to virtual learning environments are part of an ongoing global movement which users of such technology must actively take part in. As part of the global Distance Learning community, RDAM strives to be aware of current and future trends and developments. RDAM takes great interest in being involved in global network communities that can assist the academy in acquiring up-to-date knowledge and foster creative thinking of new and innovative uses of technology in virtual teaching environments.

RDAM uses Distance Learning in a diverse range of activities and forms.

Distance Learning in global cooperation has many different goals related to shared teaching, joint projects, intercultural projects, auditions, creative performance spaces, further education, online teaching, joint classes, overseas courses, and much more.

The academy looks forward to continuing further exploration in the field of music and Distance Learning with all engaged international partners.

Read more in the Distance Learning brochure