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What Do Musicologists Do All Day? Please participate in our survey

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      Frans Wiering

      [apologies for multiple postings]

      In What Do Musicologists Do All Day (WDMDAD) we are investigating the use of technology in the work of music researchers in the widest sense. Building on our 2014-2015 survey, we\’re now seeking insight in how your views on and use of technology have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. To participate in our survey, please visit . The questions are in English: you can respond in the language you feel most comfortable with. We would very much appreciate your participation and help in circulating this survey to music researchers worldwide.

      Charles Inskip is an associate professor at University College London researching information literacy and digital scholarship, Frans Wiering is an associate professor at Utrecht University and co-chair of the IMS study group in Digital Musicology. If you have any questions, please contact us at or

      Many thanks!

      Charles Inskip and Frans Wiering

      This topic was also posted in: MSA Forum, Music Encoding Initiative, Ethnomusicology.
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