Developing an Art Design Courseware Based on Visual Communication Technology and Computer Aided Instruction Technology

Guo Lixian


Modern teaching has undergone academic reform through information technology. Given the specificity of art design, this field requires the use of multimedia resources and the popularization of teaching courseware. However, the development of teaching courseware remain problematic. The academic research results in this field are still rooted on theories and lack practical significance. This study adopts the perspective of visual communication design technology and combines it with computer-assisted instruction technology to discuss art courseware design making. The teaching courseware is designed with art design history as an example. The experimental tests reveal the effectiveness of the method. Unlike those in a traditional classroom, the learning effects of the proposed method are greatly optimized and promoted. Hence, this method has high application value.


visual communication, teaching courseware, Computer Aided Instruction, art design

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