Design of interactive digital media course teaching information query system

  • Shaofei WuEmail author
Original Article


In the current university teaching environment, digital media technology has been widely used in the teaching platform to better serve the course teaching. In this paper, the connotation of digital media technology is briefly introduced, the advantages of applying digital media technology in network teaching resources system are analyzed in detail, and the design and implementation method of network teaching resources system based on digital media technology are given. System design through the introduction of a variety of digital media technology teaching, which can enrich the teaching form and promote the improvement and development of more course teaching platforms. Research shows that the B/S structure is the browser structure of the browser to improve the structure. STRUTS is a popular front-end development framework. The DaVinci series processors are embedded system-on-chip and have been designed as a whole. The key technologies used in this system are described. The research shows that the system provides a convenient operation platform for the information construction of colleges and universities, which greatly improves the work and management efficiency of colleges and universities.


Digital media Teaching information System design 



This work was supported by Research Project on Teaching Reform of Wuhan Institute of Technology in 2017 (Grant No. X2017028).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hubei Province Key Laboratory of Intelligent RobotsWuhan Institute of TechnologyWuhanPeople’s Republic of China
  2. 2.School of Computer Science and EngineeringWuhan Institute of TechnologyWuhanPeople’s Republic of China

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