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Making Up for Snow Days: An Experiment in Responsive Video
–Blog post by Bill O'Hara, TF in Music 2

I should admit it right from the beginning: I love snow. I really love snow...but since January 23rd, the Boston area has received a record-breaking snowfall: more than 100 inches of snow in a month! Students in Music 2 (Introduction to Tonal Harmony, taught every spring at Harvard by Preceptor Osnat Netzer), were set to miss nearly half of their instructional time during the course’s crucial introductory unit.

Professor Netzer and I decided to make up for these missed days by producing a brief series of instructional videos for our students. WATCH THEM HERE.

Check out Osnat Netzer's WEBSITE HERE



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