The #PWYM Community is all like....
Hopefully everyone has their rockin’ cohorts up and running. Thanks for your patience--the email snag has been fixed. So you can communicate with them either by:
Hitting “reply all” to emails from Mr. Mix
Spinning off your own G+ community and inviting others to join.
If you haven’t heard from your cohort, head on over to www.playwithyourmusic.org/groups/ and pop in your email address.
There are 1,500+ of you hanging out in the G+ Community--join us! You guys are awesome and using G+ in different and phenomenal ways.
- Some cohorts have moved their entire group to G+ and are doing their work there. Group 132 is really kickin’ it.
Go ahead and share resources that you find by tagging them #PWYMResources. We’re loving what you guys are coming up with.
- If you need help or have questions, you can also tag your G+ post with #PWYMSupport.
This past Saturday morning we had an *awesome* interview and Q&A with Alex Case.
- You can watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APPYnqwLfS8
- All interviews will be Saturday at 9am, and if you can’t make it, we’ll be posting to the #PWYM YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdnyYrBzeVsWo66LGmyLijw?feature=watch
Lots of folks have begun to post their analysis to the G+ group. That’s cool, don’t forget to share them with your cohort as well. A few that caught our eyes:
- Sergei M’s analysis of Artic Monkeys: https://plus.google.com/117290055504602780729/posts/EK1odsPUBdU
- Henry Kiely’s analysis of “Str8 Outta Mumbai” https://plus.google.com/100447641553910893435/posts/28tH9hcFLim
We look forward to seeing all your projects!
- The #PWYM Team
The Mechanical MOOC’s Play With Your Music is a collaboration between the NYU Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, the MIT Media Lab andPeer 2 Peer University. For more information, please visit playwithyourmusic.org. For questions regarding the logistics of the course, please visit the Google+ community or e-mail email@example.com.