Yoon-il Auh leads
intriguing two tracks of life style. First, he is an active member of
academic community and online learning industry. He is well known for the launching of world's first web-based
international music competition using the Internet, the Web Concert
Hall, which has attracted the world class performers to compete in
the virtual environment(
) and it is now hosting its 8th annual international competition as
of 2006. Second, he is a performer (Violinist), composer, conductor and
artist. Trained in the Juilliard School of music (attended from 1972
- 1984), he performs both classical
and the Fusion Rock music. In 2005, he received the award of 'Best
Jazz Instrumentalist' in Michigan. In 2001, he was featured in a lead article in
The New York Times and the New Republic. Currently,
Dr. Yoon-il Auh is
a Deputy Provost for Online Learning at the National Labor College
Prior to this position, he served as
a director of Distance Education at Central Michigan
University, Associate Director of Distance Education at New York University and Distance
Education Strategic Planning Advisor at Columbia University.
invited as a guest lecturer, keynote speaker, plenary speaker both
at home and abroad. He presented on topics in The Impact of Technology and Education,
The Internet and Global Impact, and Technology and Music
in conferences at Prague
Freidburg, Germany, Calgary,
Toronto, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, South Korea, and Bangkok.
Dr. Auh has also authored and published a programming book,
"A Guide to the Programming Process", and it was used as a required text book for the entry
level programming course at Columbia University and Touro College.
Most recently, his article in
“Depth in Music History via
Technology” has published in the book titled 'Multiple Intelligence, Howard Gardner and New Methods
in College Teaching' by
Bastos Educational Books,
He has taught at Columbia University
in the Department of Instructional Media and Technology and New York University in the Institute of Marketing and
Management. He has also taught violin at the Juilliard School
Pre-College and Manhattan School of Music. He holds B.A.
and M.M. degrees from the Juilliard School and holds M.A., Ed.M.,
and Ed.D. degrees in Computing, Cognition and Education and
Instructional Media and Technology from Columbia University.
His numerous work was
reviewed and cited in major publications, such as
The New York Times, The New Republics,
Classical Music 101
(textbook) by Fred Plotkin,
NY Daily News,
Distance Educators, Scenario Educational Software:
Design and Development of Discovery Learning
(textbook) by Mark Keegan,
Computer in the School (Ed, Robert P. Taylor),
Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire by Murice
Hinson, and Houston Chronicle.com.
things I do in my life...
Solo at Lincoln Center for the
Performing Arts - Avery Fisher Hall
Cantabile String Quartet - Alice