Nathan Scott was born and educated in Newcastle. He completed his Bachelor of Music in 1997, graduating at the University of Newcastle after studying piano with Catherine Davis and Jerrard Herffernan. He also undertook subjects in Communication Studies (Sound and radio). He received further education at the SAE (School of Audio Engineering) International Technology College (Sydney) studying a Certificate IV in Audio Engineering. Nathan commenced lecturing in Music Technology at the Faculty of Music in 1998.
- Master of Arts (Music), University of Newcastle, 19/08/2013
- Graduate Certificate Practice of Tertiary Teaching, University of Newcastle, 12/12/2005
- Certificate IV in Audio Engineering, SAE International Technology College - Sydney
- Bachelor of Music, University of Newcastle, 07/05/1998
- electronics and computers from a musical perspective
Nathan's interests lie in the use of electronics and computers from a musical perspective. He has experience with many software applications and the use of MIDI. He is familiar with aspects of multimedia and Internet website production. He has produced a number of localised compact discs and has experience in recording live classical performances, including working with the ABC on live national broadcasts.
Fields of Research
|130313||Teacher Education And Professional Development Of Educators||20|
- multimedia and Internet website production.
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Conference (2 outputs)
|2013||Scott NB, 'ICT and Music Education: A Study Examining the Digital Literacy of Secondary School Music Teachers', Redefining the musical landscape: Inspired learning and innovation in music education - XIX National Conference Proceedings, Canberra (2013) [E1]|
|2013||Vella RJ, Walsh L, Scott NB, Redhead T, 'A Report on Collaborative Music Making at the University of Newcastle Conservatorium of Music', Redefining the musical landscape: Inspired learning and innovation in music education - XIX National Conference Proceedings, Canberra (2013) [E1]|
Creative Work (1 outputs)
|2013||Scott NB, Matthias PV, Gallus J, Haec Est Dies (arranged for three telematically-linked pipe organs), The Harold Lobb Concert Hall, Newcastle, NSW., Newcastle (2013) [J2]|
Thesis / Dissertation (1 outputs)
|2013||Scott NB, A Study Examining the ICT Literacy Levels of Music Educators in the New South Wales Department of Education & Training, The University of Newcastle (2013)|
Grants and Funding
|Number of current supervisions||1|
|Total current UoN PhD EFTSL||0.4|
For supervisions undertaken at an institution other that the University of Newcastle, the institution name is listed below the program name.
|Program||Supervisor Type||Research Title|
|2009||2013||PhD (Music)||Co-Supervisor||Synchronous and Asynchronous Online Learning: Developing New Music Teaching Strategies for Beginner to Advanced Pianists|
|Year||Program||Supervisor Type||Research Title|
|2014||M Philosophy (Music)||Principal Supervisor||Acoustic Phenomena as a Model for Music Composition|
Mr Nathan Scott
|Work Phone||(02) 4921 8922|
|Fax||(02) 4921 8958|
School of Creative Arts
Faculty of Education and Arts
The University of Newcastle, Australia
The Conservatorium of Music,
Cnr Laman and Auckland Street
Newcastle NSW 2300