Indaba Music is a wonderful example of how Internet based tools can raise “collaboration” to a level far exceeding what has been possible up to now.
Alexandra Stewart from Indaba Music reached out to me and introduced me to this site. I was instantly intriqued, as I am an amateur musician (here’s an example of my work - I wrote this, played the guitars and sang it, and created this silly way-low-budget video to help tell this sad tale of love gone bad!). I’ve often thought, “how cool would it be to be able collaborate with other musicians using some sort of online tool – I’m surprised I haven’t come across good apps for that”. Well I have now. Indaba enables collaboration and much more.
The folks at Indaba are also working to promote the many ways in which their tools can work in educational applications. What’s that you say? A hobby (writing, recording, and playing music) that speaks to my heart and soul, combined with a hobby (blogging about ed tech) that speaks to my intellect and professional life? Well that’s just too good to pass up! [Read More]