And I think we should talk, contact me. How about a cup of coffee
to talk about dreams, the wonder of learning and the endless possibilities of the internet
Let’s start with Collaborative Playlists!
Personal music taste, my students find it fascinating.
And I was fascinated by their fascination and started a small experiment. A collaborative playlist on Spotify called Moorlag Playlist monkey emoticon. I’ll be adding music and reviewing the content my students (and followers on Instagram) provide me with.
Questions I have asked myself
- How does this affect my personal taste?
- What does it do with the classroom/public opinion with certain artists?
- How can I connect content with this playlist?
- How to set up a collaborative playlist on Spotify?
How does this affect my personal taste?
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What does it do with the classroom/public opinion with certain artists?
How can I connect content with this playlist?
With a playlist filled with other peoples music taste, and 9 followers of that playlist I found that the content is starting to connect. 4 hours and 19 minutes of music. The playlist is now filled by 11 people. 62 songs; 6 of them marked as explicit. I wonder where this will end?
How to set up a collaborative playlist on Spotify?
With this short tutorial, you can also set up a collaborative playlist!