The Information Age poses a crucial dilemma for musicologists. If our courses value the dissemination of knowledge as a primary goal, then we must find a way to compete with the vast oceans of knowledge at our students' fingertips. However, if we rethink our curricula, we can make our courses more than just acquiring knowledge, transforming them into courses about the use of knowledge.
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