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  • As a 4 year member of the Ohio State Marching Band I've seen a

  • lot of the great things that we do on the field, but also a lot

  • of the things that we could improve on, and one of the

  • things that myself and my friend Charlie king saw as band members

  • was the massive amount of paper that we use every year.

  • It was like, what if we use tablets instead of paper, and we

  • had probably been talking about something like this before

  • because it's extremely frustrating, especially as

  • someone that's even a little bit conservation minded to see all

  • of the iterations, all of the hundreds of thousands of pieces

  • of paper that are printed.

  • So we decided, you know what if we made this work digitally

  • since that's where everything is going anyway.

  • And so as we developed our idea more we set up a meeting, a

  • presentation with the director, assistant director, some people

  • at the university, Digital First, and some other people at

  • the Arts and Sciences department, and they really

  • approved of the project, thought it was a great idea and said

  • "Let's move forward, let's give it a try".

  • They came to me, Charlie and Ryan, and said "We've got this

  • great idea, we waste so much paper around here" and I said I

  • agree, tell me what the idea is and they said "well, we can do

  • everything on the iPad".

  • It was really remarkable to see how well thought out they had

  • this whole plan for the iPads, from how they were gonna fund

  • it, how it would be sustainable over time, really how it would

  • reduce waste in the band and really to gain money back from

  • the lack of having to pay for paper or copying.

  • It was really incredible to see that two students brought that

  • to us.

  • We learn a new show every week, we have a lot of new things

  • coming out every week.

  • Time is critical for the marching band.

  • We only have two hours every day Monday through Friday for a

  • given week to put out a show that you see on a Saturday

  • afternoon.

  • And what we found was that the iPad was so intuitive that

  • students started innovating way outside of the bounds of what we

  • had envisioned originally.

  • The squad leaders have thought of things like videotaping the

  • marching band during rehearsal, a close up view of maybe how

  • their picking up their feet or snapping their turns, things

  • that are really critical and useful feedback.

  • We found this drill software that took in files from the

  • drill writing software that our directors already use, and turns

  • them into this animated drill that you get to watch.

  • So this has been probably the biggest innovation that we've

  • seen in our project from what we previously did in the marching

  • band.

  • It allows the band member to select their own marcher, see

  • their actual coordinate on the field as the formation is

  • transforming in front of them.

  • You see everything unfold right in front of you, which is

  • something that we've never ever been able to see.

  • So on a Monday when we go out to the field we already know what

  • the sets look like, we already know how the transitions look,

  • things that we would not get from paper.

  • It's gonna help the students reduce the stress they have of

  • learning that music, put out better shows on Saturday, and

  • improve the way that we do things on and off the field.

  • I'm really excited that we were really able to leverage a whole

  • team and resources across the university who came together

  • really quickly, and came together because they wanted to

  • help these students make a possibility a reality.

  • The students received a Sustainability Grant that made

  • it possible for them to buy the technology and to save and to

  • create a greener and more renewable, sustainable

  • environment.

  • And so, we worked with the Office of the Chief Information

  • Officer, the College of Business, College of Arts and

  • Sciences and we worked with the technology team to take a space

  • in the stadium that did not have internet access and turn it into

  • a wireless access point really quickly.

  • Arts and Sciences technology services played a role in

  • defining what kind of profile would be deployed to the iPads,

  • we helped deploy all apps that would be used with the band, and

  • we also helped to deploy and configure security on the iPads.

  • I think the best thing overall is that this was a student

  • initiative and a student idea.

  • And you know our motto around here is tradition through

  • innovation.

  • And not only did they come up with the idea, but they

  • instituted the idea, and made it work.

  • It's one thing to say "well, I have an idea, we should do

  • this", and it's a totally different thing to take the

  • leadership role and develop a program and create this whole

  • thing that has really revolutionized everything that

  • we do.

As a 4 year member of the Ohio State Marching Band I've seen a

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オハイオ州立大学マーチングバンドが学生主導のiPadプログラムを導入 (The Ohio State University Marching Band Implements a Student Led iPad Program)

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    熊昭勳 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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