musical education

1 September 2017

Technology is part of our everyday lives, whether we like it or not. Learning to live with it is not just a requirement but is also necessary if we are to avoid succumbing to a new form of illiteracy: technological illiteracy. As teachers we must contribute through continuous training to the computer literacy that contemporary society demands of us in the day-to-day performance of our activities. In the following pages, we present and analyse some of the tools available for use in music education, applying criteria of quality, stability, and, above all, freedom of use.


Cite this article as: Román Álvarez, M. (2017). Tecnología al servicio de la educación musical | Technology at the service of music education. Revista Española de Pedagogía, 75 (268), 481-495. doi: