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Eric Mosterd

Eric Mosterd
Adjunct Faculty
Music, College of Fine Arts
UMT McKusick Technology Center/Continuing Education MT103
Phone: 605-677-5325
Bio:
Mr. Mosterd is the Assistant Director of the CTL, Coordinator of eLearning for CDE, and TechFellows Program Manager for The University of South Dakota. He also serves as the Regents Fellow for e-Education Initiatives with the South Dakota Board of Regents.
Teaching Interests:
Mr. Mosterd is also an adjunct instructor for the Department of Music at USD, where he teaches Western music history and jazz history.
Research Interests:
Mr. Mosterd is an active researcher specializing in the use of technology in pedagogical settings, especially in music.
Education:
  • MM, Musicology, The University of South Dakota, 2004
  • MA, Computer Science, The University of South Dakota, 2001
  • BA, Computer Science & German, The University of South Dakota, 1999
Grants:
  • Interactive Music Tool Development, Department of Music / Center for Teaching & Learning, (2007 - 2007)
Publications:
  • Mosterd, E., (2014), "Run-DMC", ABC-CLIO.
  • Mosterd, E., (2014), "Sly and the Family Stone", ABC-CLIO.
  • Mosterd, E., (2007), "Extensible Music Notation Markup Language (EMNML)", Idea Group International, pp. 141-142.
Presentations:
  • Mosterd, E. (2008, October). USD & D2L: Successes and Challenges of Implementing a New LMS in Nine Months. Presented at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Mosterd, E. (2005, July). Incorporating PDAs into the Music Curriculum: Uses in Pedagogy, Practice, and Performance.. Presented at the EDUCAUSE Midwest Regional Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Mosterd, E. (2005, May). Incorporating PDAs into the Music Curriculum: Uses in Pedagogy, Practice, and Performance.. Presented at the Forum for Graduate Research & Creative Work, Vermillion, SD.
  • Mosterd, E. (2003, April). The Impact of the Saxophone on American Culture of the 1920s.. Presented at the Forum for Graduate Research & Creative Work, Vermillion, SD.