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Music software - application of open source and freeware in music education
Kyjovský, Jan ; Bělohlávková, Petra (advisor) ; Nedělka, Michal (referee)
The bachelor's thesis Music software - application of open source and freeware in music education deals with that kind of software, which could be in some way used in music education and it is free of charge. In the first, theoretical part, the software itself is defined together with the most common free software licenses and the philosophy of Open source movement and Free Software Foundation. Just for orientation, there is a classification of music software; author compiles also a brief vocabulary of terms used in music software, which should be known by user if interested. Practical part represents some type of editor's pick of software with description of its specialization. Author picks always just only one of the best program for each category, eventually he describes similar program with quite different function in current problematic. Web pages on the Internet are chosen in the same way. The thesis is intended to be practical. Own experience with the software described is gratefully recommended.
Software as a teacher's assistant for disciplines of music education
Kyjovský, Jan ; Bělohlávková, Petra (advisor) ; Prchal, Jan (referee)
In his thesis, the author presents several computer programs, which can be used in music education. Ways of use are also suggested. The first part focuses on the development of digital technologies up to now. Author names current trends in education, such as Bring Your Own Device, Massive Open Online Courses and online education in general. Special attention is given to the near future of education according to the latest Horizon Report study. This is followed by the overview of the virtual reality technologies as they enter into mainstream adoption next year. A little attention is also given to the beginning era of cognitive computational systems, which will have essential impact on forming education in the future. In the second part, the author deals with available software for Windows, as it is still the most widespread operation system on desktop and laptop computers. Only the software, which can be used in school environment, is included with special focus on music education. In the same way, applications for mobile devices on Android platform are examined, due to the predominant global market share of this operation system. Google announced that there are currently 1.4 billion active Android devices worldwide last year. This number has been growing at the pace of 1.5 million new activations...
Music software - application of open source and freeware in music education
Kyjovský, Jan ; Bělohlávková, Petra (advisor) ; Nedělka, Michal (referee)
The bachelor's thesis Music software - application of open source and freeware in music education deals with that kind of software, which could be in some way used in music education and it is free of charge. In the first, theoretical part, the software itself is defined together with the most common free software licenses and the philosophy of Open source movement and Free Software Foundation. Just for orientation, there is a classification of music software; author compiles also a brief vocabulary of terms used in music software, which should be known by user if interested. Practical part represents some type of editor's pick of software with description of its specialization. Author picks always just only one of the best program for each category, eventually he describes similar program with quite different function in current problematic. Web pages on the Internet are chosen in the same way. The thesis is intended to be practical. Own experience with the software described is gratefully recommended.

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