Construction of xAPI-based Multimedia Interaction Technology in Architectural Design Teaching
Keywords:Multimedia interaction technology, xAPI, architectural design, teaching
Architectural design involves both aesthetic design and mechanical calculation. It is not limited to theoretical graphics, but also needs practical support. Traditional multimedia teaching only provides static display of design drawing and passive teaching. In this mode, students cannot understand design philosophy well, students’ creativity and imagination are restricted, and the problem of learning differentiation due to difference of individual students cannot be solved. Hence, a teaching software that makes use of FLASH for display and is based on xAPI multimedia interaction technology is put forward for architectural design in this paper. Remarkable achievements of its application in teaching have been made, which is helpful to arouse students’ interest in courses, deepen students’ understanding of design, and relieve students’ learning score differentiation due to individual difference of students’ learning ability.
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