Infrastructure

Monitors issues relating to academic, professional and commercial networks underpinning the dissemination of learning, teaching and research in music. Links with external bodies such as IAML and the RMA, and examines questions relating to publishing, libraries, copyright and e-learning.

 

External Relations

Seeks to maintain overarching control over relationships with key musical bodies (RMA, IAML, ISM, CUK) and to co-ordinate collaborative efforts, while acknowledging that other NAMHE groups will have cause to establish links with these bodies. Also establishes and preserves links with subjects with which music is grouped by such bodies as HEFCE, AHRB and BA (SCUDD, SCODHE and AAH), as well as other related subject groupings in English, History, Modern Languages, Law, Philosophy, Archeology, etc.

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