Visual Education of Music Course for College Students Based on Human-Computer Interaction

Yifeng Li

Abstract


Visual education is an emerging education method in many Chinese colleges. However, the visual education in Chinese colleges has not attached enough importance to the hands-on ability and comprehension ability of college students. To solve the problems, this paper designs and applies a visual education method for music courses in colleges based on the human-computer interaction system. Special attention was paid to the formulation of the human-computer interaction system, which is essential for visualization of music information. Based on the master-slave mode, the human-computer interaction system introduces the cloud control into the visual education of music. The proposed method was verified through the application in a university of Nanjing, China. The results show that our method greatly boosts the acquisition of music information by college students and effectively arouses their interests in music. The research results lay the basis for wider application of visual technology in education.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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