13 March 2024

ASME Website Update

Written by: Jason Goopy

The response from our community to the new ASME website and logo has been overwhelmingly positive. We sincerely thank you for your support as we transitioned between systems. Now that we are well into the new academic year, we wanted to take the opportunity to remind you of a few features of our new site.

Reset your password today

In order to renew your membership and access the member area of the website, you first need to reset your password. Your username is the email address used to receive this message. Use this link to reset your password: If you would like to update your email address or require assistance logging in, please contact

Resource Hub

As a member, you gain exclusive access to the national Resource Hub (, which includes newsletters, advocacy and teaching resources, policy submissions, association reports, and the Australian Journal of Music Education. I encourage you to log in and see what continues to be added.


Our Chapters have been busy planning engaging and relevant professional learning opportunities for you. You can access the full national event listing here ( We continue to offer some online events, and you might like to Zoom into another state or territory. I encourage you to engage with this list regularly as you plan your professional development for the year.

Free Student Membership

ASME offers FREE student membership for full-time tertiary music and music education students. It has never been easier to join ASME ( Please share this opportunity with your pre-service teachers and colleagues so that we may support the future of our profession.

With best wishes
Dr Jason Goopy
Australian Society for Music Education

ASME recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the first musicians, storytellers and educators of this land. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, acknowledging their ongoing connection to land, sky and waterways