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Distance & Online Learning

Experience the unique educational programs of the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum online. We offer both synchronous (live) virtual field trips and asynchronous (pre-recorded) video programs. All virtual programs and supporting lesson materials address Tennessee and national education standards, with a focus on Fine Arts/Music, Social Studies/History, English Language Arts, STEAM, and Social and Emotional Learning. For more information, email

Asynchronous Video Programs

Need to meet the needs of learners on a flexible schedule? Register for FREE asynchronous (pre-recorded) video programs for students to engage with before, during, and after class!

STEAM: Listening Technology Over Time

Similar to our live program, students learn about how listening technology evolved from the 1900s to today by examining different devices, like the gramophone, the boombox, and the iPad, and listen to music popular during the era of each device. Students are challenged to think critically through observation, comparing and contrasting, and evaluating how and why these technologies have changed over time. This version of Listening Technology over Time is a a two-part, 30-minute video set. Pre- and Post-Lessons available here.

Grades: 3-8

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STEAM: Science of Sound at Historic RCA Studio B

Explore the properties of sound waves through the history of Music Row and the legacy of Historic RCA Studio B. Discover the significance of Studio B, the greats who worked there, and the science of sound at work in a studio space. This four-part video set can be used as an asynchronous learning experience and is available to educators at no cost with registration. For immediate access, click below. Science of Sound is also available as a synchronous, live program. Pre- and Post-Lesson available here.

Grades: 5-12

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Artifact Bytes

Experience a byte of country music history in two minutes or less! Composed largely of primary source multimedia from the Museum archives, these videos explore the lives of country music artists like DeFord Bailey and Dolly Parton, and Museum artifacts like the original lyrics to “Rocky Top” and Elvis Presley’s Cadillac Limousine.

Grades: 2-8

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