Development and Application of Audio-triggered Courseware in Remote Music Teaching

Lilian Liu

Abstract


This study determined the limitations of current distance video teaching, including unsynchronized audio/video, lack of interaction, and broadband occupancy. The theoretical basis and supporting technology for developing an audio-triggered courseware teaching system were discussed. The corresponding system was designed and developed. The author applied this system to teach a course on Guzheng specialty at the Department of Music and designed a control experiment to verify the effects of this system. Results show that the effect of audio-triggered courseware teaching is significantly superior to that of a traditional distance video teaching system. When students cannot attend classes, using the audio-triggered courseware teaching system may be a preferable option.

Keywords


distance teaching; audio; synchronization; internet

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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