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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Nov 29, 2016 Volume 11, Number 11

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 15

  1. Teaching Quality Assessment System Based on Support Vector Machine Technology

    Wen-xue Huang, Xin Gao, Ning Wang, Yan-chao Yang & Ying Yan, North China University of Science and Technology

    A scientific, objective and accurate assessment of teaching quality is helpful in finding the relevant problems. So a highly accurate, quick and easy-to-implement teaching quality assessment system... More

    pp. 4-8

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  2. Application of Virtual Reality Technology in Swimming Teaching

    Han Guo, Northwestern Polytechnical University

    Swimming is one of the most popular spots among college students, though it is hard to master. With virtual reality (VR) technology, problems of the low-cross mutual inductance and low efficiency... More

    pp. 9-14

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  3. Personalized Teaching Platform Based on Web Data Mining

    Lan-zhong Wang, Shandong University

    The purpose of this study is to develop a distance personalized teaching platform. The web data mining is used for the construction of the system and by analyzing the character of web data mining (... More

    pp. 15-20

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  4. Application of Virtual Reality in Music Teaching System

    Hong-xuan Bian, Department of Basic Education, Inner Mongolia Vocational and Technical College of Transportation

    In order to improve vitality and efficiency of teaching in music, with the multi-sensing, immersion and interactivity feature in the virtual reality (VR) technology, the VR system can solve the low... More

    pp. 21-25

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  5. A Ship Driving Teaching System Based on Multi-level Virtual Reality Technology

    Fenghua Cao, Inner Mongolia University of finance and Economics

    The present ship driving teaching system cannot ensure that all seafarers or students have enough time to go into training for basic skills, and it is not practical or feasible in all cases. We... More

    pp. 26-31

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  6. Application of Visual Interactive Concept Map in College English Writing Teaching

    Zhuan Ma & Lin Shi, Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology

    In order to solve the problem of students' poor thinking in English writing, this paper adopts the concept map method. The visual interactive concept map was tested in 6 levels and 9 types of... More

    pp. 32-36

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  7. Adaptive Learning Environment System Based on Multi-event Driven Technology

    Jun-chang Zhang, Xuzhou Open University

    Intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) offer considerable flexibility in presentation of material and a greater ability to respond to idiosyncratic student needs. A multi agent system for adaptive... More

    pp. 37-42

  8. Design of Multi-level Teaching System Based on Association Rule Mining

    Hong-yan He, Hubei University of technology Engineering And technology College; Hui-ping Zhang & Hong-fang Luo, Hubei University of Technology Engineering and technology College

    In order to improve the overall performance for the multi-level teaching system, a system with Multi-strata teaching is designed. It divides the whole class into smaller parts based on their... More

    pp. 43-48

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  9. Design and Implementation of Digital Art Teaching System Based on Interactive Virtual Technology

    You-tian Ye, Hubei Institute of Fine Arts

    Aiming at design a digital art teaching system and improve its performance, the interactive virtual technology is proposed. The art design major education innovation must abide by the open... More

    pp. 49-54

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  10. A Top-N Algorithm-based Personalized Learning Recommendation System for Digital Library

    Xin Gao, Wen-xue Huang, Ning Wang, Yan-chao Yang & Ying Yan, North China University of Science and Technology

    The digital library brings convenience, but meanwhile, it also brings the problems of overloaded information and over-diversified forms,thus search becomes difficult. Personalized Learning... More

    pp. 55-59

  11. Field of View and Skill Training of Table Tennis Teaching Based on Virtual Environment Technology

    Li Li, Jilin Engineering Normal University

    Focusing on the topic of improving the table tennis teaching quality with the visual field training, the test is to grab images repeatedly by using a camera in a speed of 119s, and the final result... More

    pp. 60-63

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  12. Application of Spectrogram Analysis in Traditional Vocal Music Teaching and Multimedia Animation Vocal Music Teaching

    lin-li Liu & Yi Pang, Hunan Institute of Science and Technology; Zhuang-li Hu, Wuhan University

    The spectrogram analysis technology via computer application makes voice visualized, realizes the integrated teaching mode of "mouth to ear- nose", and improves the teaching quality of vocal music.... More

    pp. 64-67

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  13. Design of Interactive Teaching System for Color Design Course

    Fang Li, ZhouKou Normal University Academy of Fine Arts

    To make it convenient for users of the standard color library to find the most similar color,the measurement method of color similarity is studied, and a different color model is built and an... More

    pp. 68-71

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  14. Application of Visual Simulation Technology in College English Teaching

    Bing-jun Ma, Foreign Languages School of Fuyang Normal College

    To solve the problem of low utilization efficiency of English teaching resources and students' learning quality is not high. A complete English teaching system based on visual simulation technology... More

    pp. 72-75

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  15. Application of Virtual Reality Technology in Distance Learning

    Xue-qin Chang, Dao-hua Zhang & Xin-xin Jin, Bozhou university

    Virtual reality technology is a way for teachers and students to create a simulated three-dimensional world,a vivid and lifelike learning evironment for students in terms of vision, hearing and... More

    pp. 76-79

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