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512 Teaching Team final lesson plan

512 Teaching Team final lesson plan

INSC 512 Teaching Team: Spotify as an Organizing System Amber Noblit, Ella James, Aeryle Kuehn, Julia Burrow, Derick Burns, Katie Runyon Canva View-Only Link https://www.canva.com/design/DAE-EmPwShs/hy3G9wLLBjdSWA87cuaPCQ/view?utm_content=DAE-EmPwShs&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_...

Spotify as an Organizing System is designed to provide users with an introduction to the Spotify platform including:

  • User features and functions
  • Influence algorithms have on user content

Learning Objectives

By the end of this session users will be able to:

  • Identify utilization of public and private features in Spotify
  • Articulate basic factors influencing Spotify algorithms
  • Navigate Spotify’s catalog of artists, albums, genres, playlists, and podcasts

Presentation includes:

  • Overview of Spotify desktop interface
  • Instructions for building a personalized library
  • Introduction and instructions of social interactions supported by the platform 
  • Introduction of collaborative-based and content-based filtering
  • Spotify generated playlists curated for individual users
  • Spotify Wrapped overview
  • Interactive activity for students to build class playlist

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