The goal of this paper is to analyze and show, also through practical examples, how the emerging 5G technology can improve music education. First, the key characteristics of 5G networks, i.e. improved bandwidth, reliability, and density of devices in an area, will be presented. From such a discussion, it will emerge the possibility to design and implement innovative educational services that are rich in multimedia content, support two-way multimodal interaction, and are highly customizable to respond to users’ requirements and special needs. A number of case studies in the domain of music education will be presented and commented.

5G Technology for Music Education: A Feasibility Study / A. Barate', G.M. Haus, L.A. Ludovico, E. Pagani, N. Scarabottolo. - In: IADIS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ON COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS. - ISSN 1646-3692. - 14:1(2019 Dec), pp. 31-52.

5G Technology for Music Education: A Feasibility Study

Adriano Baratè;Goffredo Haus;Luca A. Ludovico;Elena Pagani;Nello Scarabottolo
2019-12

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The goal of this paper is to analyze and show, also through practical examples, how the emerging 5G technology can improve music education. First, the key characteristics of 5G networks, i.e. improved bandwidth, reliability, and density of devices in an area, will be presented. From such a discussion, it will emerge the possibility to design and implement innovative educational services that are rich in multimedia content, support two-way multimodal interaction, and are highly customizable to respond to users’ requirements and special needs. A number of case studies in the domain of music education will be presented and commented.
education; e-learning; interactive media system; music teaching; 5G
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