The Music for All Summer Symposium has gone mobile! Download the “Music for All Summer Symposium 2013, presented by Yamaha” Guidebook app today to serve as a guide and companion during your time at camp!
—Full event and track-specific schedule: Access the Summer Symposium schedules, in digital form, all in one place. This is a comprehensive resource listing each class, workshop, meal time and performance with the date, time and location information, along with additional notes and shuttle information when applicable. Click the “Schedule Tracks” module to see your camp division’s specific schedule for the week.
Too many events to keep track of? Clicking the “Add To My Schedule” button at the bottom of each event will add it to your personal “My Schedule” module. This will be helpful when selecting from elective workshops, and is an especially useful tool for those enrolled in the Directors’ Academy. You can even set pre-event reminders!
–Maps: Don’t know your way around? No worries! Click on the “Maps” module and find a Ball State University area map, a campus map (with labeled, track-specific zones), a Family Day map, and an area restaurants map.
–Camp Faculty List: Learn more about your clinicians with quick access to our list of faculty and their professional biographies.
–To Do List: Jot down notes or things you just don’t want to forget!
HOW TO DOWNLOAD:
You can get the app by:
• Downloading “Guidebook” from the Apple App Store or the Android Marketplace
• Visiting http://guidebook.com/getit from your phone’s browser
• Scanning the QR code below with your mobile phone (QR-Code reader required, e.g. ‘Red Laser’, ‘Barcode Scanner’)
Once Guidebook is installed, open it and click the “Download Guide” button to search for the MFA app (“Music for All Summer Symposium 2013, presented by Yamaha” is the name).
We’re excited to have the Summer Symposium going mobile, and hope the app serves our campers well 🙂 Enjoy!!!
Carolyn Tobin is the Marketing Intern at Music for All. Drawn to all that is digital media, she was an award-recipient of the NMU Tube Student Video Contest and was named the Outstanding Graduating Senior in the Communications and Performance Studies Department at Northern Michigan University. She is a devout runner, and has also enjoyed blogging about her adventures living in Spain and Argentina. Carolyn is a music, dance and color guard enthusiast, the former color guard section leader of Legends Drum & Bugle Corps from Kalamazoo, and she has served on the guard staff for Legends and for Marian University in Indianapolis.