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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Sep 27, 2017 Volume 12, Number 9

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 15

  1. 3DBody Software Experimental Platform for Course of Sports Anatomy

    Yujia Ren, Hunan First Normal University; Xia Jiang, Wuhan Sports University; Siyuan Tang, Central South University

    Sports anatomy is one of the important basic subjects of sports colleges and universities. As multimedia network technology increasingly matures and is popularized, it becomes an irresistible trend... More

    pp. 4-16

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  2. Design of Online Vocal Music Course Based on Azure-PaaS Platform

    Zhuo Li, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    With the development of Web service of internet technology, more and more teaching functions can be achieved through network. The emergence of online courses adapts to the development trend of... More

    pp. 17-27

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  3. Design of Multimedia Teaching Platform for Chinese Folk Art Performance Based on Virtual Reality Technology

    Hong Li, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    Virtual reality (VR) technology can bring us immersive, so it can be widely applied in all professions and trades. The application of multimedia in Chinese folk art performance teaching has many... More

    pp. 28-40

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  4. Construction and Application of the BEST Teaching Mode of College English in Big Data

    Bingzhuan Peng

    The widespread use of the Internet and Internet-based devices allows people to access big data easily. With the emergence of big data, the traditional teacher-centered teaching modes can no longer ... More

    pp. 41-50

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  5. IEBOOK-based Experimental Operation Platform of Computer Basic Course

    Rong Niu & Zhu Zhang, Tarim University

    With the development of information technology, educators combine the teaching contents of basic computer knowledge with the abundant materials available online, having raised the interestingness... More

    pp. 51-61

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  6. Integration of Logistics Simulation Technology and Logistics Learning Factory in a Two-stage Teaching Method for Logistics Management Courses

    Haiwei Fu

    Traditional classroom teaching techniques for logistics management courses focus solely on imparting theoretical knowledge despite the multidimensionality and diversity of the logistics working... More

    pp. 62-72

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  7. Construction of Multimedia Teaching Platform for Ecological Economics Course Based on Information Technology

    Fanglin Wang, Chizhou Vocational and Technical College

    To solve the problems of dull multimedia teaching mode, untargeted education, and low efficiency of the course of ecological economics, we have applied information technology in multimedia... More

    pp. 73-84

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  8. Construction of Maker Multimedia Technology for the Course of Sports Marketing

    Ben Niu, Beijing Youth Politics College; Fatao Wang, Beijing Union University; Aili Qi, Guizhou University of Engineering Science

    Maker education is a new-type educational mode aiming of training and improving students’ innovation ability and transforming students’ passive learning into initiative exploration. So far, few... More

    pp. 85-94

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  9. Design of Moodle-based Podcast Teaching Platform for the Course of Aerobic Gymnastics

    Yingbao Zhou, Nanjing Xiaozhuang University

    A Moodle-based podcast teaching platform is designed for the course of aerobic gymnastics. Although abundant teaching tools and resources are available on the Moodle teaching platform, it doesn’t... More

    pp. 95-104

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  10. Construction of Modern Educational Technology MOOC Platform Based on Courseware Resource Storage System

    Jing Li, Heze University

    With the development of Internet era, distance education has become a fashionable educational mode. More and more teaching functions can be implemented via this platform. Hence, an online teaching ... More

    pp. 105-116

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  11. A Virtual Reality Teaching System for Graphic Design Course

    Mingying Lou, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    Graphic design is a comprehensive science integrating artistry, innovation and operability. Graphic design is not limited to print media any more, but starts to be combined with multi-dimensional... More

    pp. 117-129

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  12. Gamification Teaching Reform for Higher Vocational Education in China: A case study on Layout and Management of Distribution Center

    Fan Wang, Yanli Wang & Xia Hu

    Currently, students in higher vocational schools in China are passive in classrooms and depend too much on cellular phones. Thus, structural readjustment of the teaching organization is urgently... More

    pp. 130-144

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  13. An Online Interactive Courseware for the Course of Textile Materials

    Zhen Li, Anhui Vocational and Technical College

    In the era of network information, interactive multimedia application technology develops rapidly, and is widely applied in teaching courseware. Online interactive courseware is simple, clear,... More

    pp. 145-155

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  14. Construction of Mobile Teaching Platform for the Ideological and Political Education Course Based on the Multimedia Technology

    Shanshan Wang, Hunan Communication polytechnic

    with the continuous development of mobile communication technology, learners can easily take advantage of the fragmentary time to learn through smartphone and tablet PC due to their portability. We... More

    pp. 156-167

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  15. Innovation Ability Training Mode of Postgraduates in the Mechanical Discipline Based on Simulation Technology

    Xueyi Li, Lirong Wan & Xin Zhang, Shandong University of Science and Technology, Qingdao, China

    The innovation ability of mechanical discipline graduate students in China is trained mainly through classroom teaching and scientific research. Theoretical knowledge is traditionally passed on to ... More

    pp. 168-176

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