Disquiet Junto demographic survey
Hi, I'm Ethan Hein, an enthusiastic Junto participant and a doctoral student in music education at New York University. I'm writing a chapter of the Oxford Handbook of Social Media in Music Education about the Junto as a model for teaching creative music-making. Any information you'd like to share would enrich my research. Thanks for your time.
How did you first learn about the Junto?
Other social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
Word of mouth
How many Junto projects have you participated in?
What are your preferred tools for music creation? Instruments, voice, software, hardware, pencil and paper? List as many as you feel appropriate.
What styles/genres would you say your music fits into?
Please describe your music education. Have you studied music formally in school? Have you taken private lessons, formally or informally? Have you taught yourself via books, videos, online resources, or just figuring things out on your own? Describe everything you think is relevant.
What is your age?
What is your gender?
Prefer not to say
What is your nationality?
Is there anything else you'd like to tell the world about the Junto and your participation in it?
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