The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

On the Road: Interactive Videoconferencing

Current Classes

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The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s award-winning interactive videoconferencing program, On the Road, continues to reach new audiences in classrooms across the country and around the world, expanding the horizons of thousands of young people every year.

The Museum’s award-winning Education Department and state-of-the-art interactive videoconferencing technology allows us to offer incredible educational experiences, teaching children and young adults the ways in which music has played a part in some of the most important social, cultural and political issues in modern history.

Program Overview

  • Our programs promote interdisciplinary study and creative, analytical thinking – all without leaving your school. 
  • The Education Department designs and teaches each class.
  • Classes include exclusive interview clips with key figures in the history of popular music, behind-the-scenes commentary with Museum curators, audio and video clips of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees, and more.
  • On the Road classes, as well as pre- and post-connection materials, meet Ohio and National education standards in disciplines such as music, language arts, social studies, and technology.


On the Road: Interactive Videoconferencing Highlights

I just have to say thank you! This was incredible! Our kids are so excited about what they learned and are asking so many questions wanting MORE! It was an incredible opportunity for us and I sure hope to do this again next year! Thanks again and thanks to our presenter!
- A seventh grade music teacher in Bethlehem, PA