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Keast, D. (2009). A constructivist application for distance learning in music. Research and Issues in Music Education, 7(1), September 2009.
Keast, D. (2011). I don’t need a million dollar grant- $5,000 will do! Music Educators’ Journal, September 2011.
Keast, D. (2009). Implementation of constructivist techniques into an online activity for graduate music education students. Journal of Technology and Music Learning 4(2), October, 2009.
Keast, D. (2009). Fifth graders’ responses to brief instruction in minimalist music. Missouri Journal of Research in Music Education, 46, 2009, 31-44.
Hohstadt, T. and Keast, D. (2009). The age of virtual reality. American Communication Journal, 11(1), Spring 2009.
Keast, D. (2013). “Building Virtual Clubs for Jazz History in Second Life” in Virtual Worlds in Online and Distance Education. Sue Gregory (ed.). Athabasca University Press, 2013.
Keast, D. (2004, Fall). The why and how of moving music education online. Missouri School Music Magazine, 59(1), 36, 38, 40.