Design and Implementation of Web-Based English Autonomous Learning System
Keywords:Internet, Web, English autonomous learning, ADO.NET, Browser/server (B/S) system, Learning interests
This paper attempts to solve the following problems of traditional Internet Eng-lish learning websites: the emphasis on the teaching process over the timely feed-back of the students, the bottleneck on the autonomous learning ability of the stu-dents, and the delay in the update of relevant resources. For this purpose, the au-thor established a web-based English autonomous learning platform. Specifically, the conceptual model was analysed by the object-oriented technology, the brows-er/server (B/S) architecture was set up to send data to the ADO.NET-based backend database, and displayed as webpages. The research results show that the design and implementation of the proposed system offers a preliminary solution to the lack of collaborative communication in traditional webpage learning, and widens the range of resource sharing. The system is in line with the English learners’ demand for and interests in Internet learning, and arouses the students’ interests and enthusiasm of English learning.
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