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This paper argues that contrary to some other ICT application, streaming audio and video has become successful in tertiary music and dance education owing that it allows to acknowledge and build forward from the core of arts education - physical practicing. Three main applications will be referred to: the usage of exemplary video cases, real time videoconferencing, and reflecting on onepsilas own practice captured on audio or video. I will argue that besides it being useful for adding flexibility for prospective musicians and dancers, streaming audio and video can also provide qualitatively new possibilities for enhancing tertiary music and dance education.
Date of Conference: 15-17 July 2009