Ohio Music Education Association

NAfME Membership Data Outage

Updated 6/27/16
The NAfME membership system is STILL not allowing OMEA to download membership data to import into the OMEA Portal. Because of this, new members or those who just renewed will not have access to the Member Portal.

We have been told by NAfME that they will find a way for us to get the most current membership data by the end of today (6/27) so that we can at least bring the member portal up to date as of today.

NAfME continues to work to find a permanent solution to the issue.

New TRIAD Available!

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The April/May edition of the TRIAD is now available!

Click the button below to view the TRIAD.

2017 Conference TI:ME Session Proposals

2017 Professional Development Conference - Cleveland, OH, February 2-4, 2017
Those wishing to apply to present a TI:ME session at Conference should click here.

2017 Conference Exhibitor Info

• Exhibiting information for new exhibitors will be posted August 15, 2016 on this website.

• 2016 Exhibitors will be provided 2017 Exhibiting information in May/June of 2016.

• 2017 Conference Exhibit Hall Hours for Attendees:
Thursday February 2 – 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Friday February 3 – 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday February 4 – 9:00 am to 12:30 pm

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Portal Links

Teaching Guitar Workshops

NAfME and GAMA have now opened the on-line registration process for this summer's Guitar Teaching Workshops. Our members are encouraged to visit their website at

http://www.guitaredunet.org/
 
Here's the process:
 
Once on the website, scroll along the top and select Register for TGW! (under Workshops). Our Ohio workshop week is July 18-22
 
 
*Please list Jim Dowdy's name as a referral. For every registrant that lists that name, TGW will make a $20 donation to the Ohio Foundation for Music Education.

Contributions to Music Education

Contributions to Music Education is a refereed journal published by the Ohio Music Education Association. A primary purpose is to recognize and highlight the importance of social science research in guiding educational practice. The journal is a fully peer-reviewed publication focused on issues related to music teaching and learning in school contexts. With a history of over 40 years in print, CME has supported scholarly investigation into music education since 1972. Many important figures have served as editor over the years, and numerous researchers have put forth their work in its pages.

The journal is available in print in over 45 states in the US, and several countries abroad. Since 2005 (and to 2015), digital content has been distributed through major academic databases such as ProQuest, EBSCO, ERIC, and others. Starting in April 2015, full-text archival access (1972-2013) is now available through JSTOR. The journal has been published 1-2 times yearly for the past four decades, and is currently produced as an annual double issue, in print and digitized format.

CME is a subscription-based publication. Click here to view more information, see the content, learn about the editorial board, and find out how to subscribe to your music education research journal!

OMEA is an affiliate of NAfME: The National Association for Music Education

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