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ABLE Music Resource Center

This guide will serves as the prototype information portal that connects users to professional development materials and resources.

Announcing REMIX

 

Please visit the brand new and searchable ABLE Arts Research Center home at http://remix.berklee.edu/able

 

See the collection press release for more details: 

 

Berklee Announces ABLE Arts Resource Center
August 5, 2020

 

 

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Autism

Hourigan, R. & Hammel, A. (2017): Understanding the mind of a student with autism in music class 

 

Lindblom, A. (2017): ‘it gives them a place to be proud’ – music and social inclusion. Two diverse cases of young first nations people diagnosed with autism in British Columbia, Canada Childhood (birth-12 yrs) School Age (6-12 yrs) Adolescence (13-17 yrs) (onepass required) 

 

Hillier, A., Greher, G., Queenan, A. Marshall, S., Kopec, J. (2016): Music, Technology and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders: The Effectiveness of the Touch Screen Interface (adolescents) (onepass required) 

 

 

Bettison, S. (1996): The Long-Term Effects of Auditory Training on Children with Autism (Ages 3 to 17) (onepass required)