Are teachers going to be replaced by ChatGPT and other AI tools? Are algorithms influencing the evolution of music education? And are educators able to match the high octane experience of TikTok, YouTube and other digital content?

Online tools and resources now play a key part in music education – both for educators and learners. We look at what education online looks like, what content aspiring music-makers or industry professionals might encounter, and how they might find it. And at the role the search box plays and what educators need to understand about online content and trends.

CMU presents original research giving an overview of the content, communities and platforms early-career music-makers are now utilising online.

This session is part of the full day Music + Education strand presented by CMU.

See the other sessions in the Music + Education strand here