Monthly Archives: August 2011

The textbook dilemma

Right now, a large percentage of the public is engaged in “Back to School” fever!  This includes first-time students, students partially through the courses required for graduation, parents, and educators returning to the classroom after well-deserved summer break/holidays.  With economic … Continue reading

Posted in Education/Training, Global resources, Open Education Resources (OER), Social networking | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Customer service – an option?

This past week I’ve been reflecting upon the issue of customer service, based on several experiences that I’ve had with organizations involved in some of my duties as a music therapist.  What I am about to share shouldn’t come as … Continue reading

Posted in Building your business, Business/Self-employemtn, Contracted services, Customer service, Employee-based employment | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Information that you can trust – (3 of 3)

Fireworks – that’s what I feel like when I review the past week.  I love to research and could probably spend the rest of my life researching/searching for resources however that wouldn’t pay the bills.  I definitely found more that … Continue reading

Posted in Blogs about Music Therapy, Global resources, Music Therapy Specialties, Online Resources, Videos about Music Therapy, Websites about Music Therapy | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment