Dr. Janice Waldron
Professor, Music Education
Dr. Janice Waldron is a Professor of Music Education at the University of Windsor. Her research interests – informal music learning practices, online music communities, social media and music learning, vernacular musics, and participatory cultures – are reflected in her forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Social Media and Music Learning (with Dr. Stephanie Horsely and Dr. Kari Veblen). Published in Music Education Research, The International Journal of Music Education, Action, Criticism, and Theory in Music Education, The Journal of Music, Education, and Technology and The Philosophy of Music Education Review, Dr. Waldron also has authored several Oxford Handbook chapters in its Music Education series. She serves on the Editorial Boards of Action, Theory, and Criticism in Music Education, The International Journal of Music Education, The Journal of Music, Education, and Technology, T.O.P.I.C.S, The Journal of Teaching and Learning, and is website editor for the MayDay Group, and was named the 2012 “Outstanding Researcher: Emerging Scholar” at the University of Windsor.