Research and Design of College Courses Resources Sharing Platform Based on WeChat Mini Program

  • Na Chang
  • Qilang Liang
  • Fang WanEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering book series (LNICST, volume 299)


The lightweight application development technology based on WeChat Mini Program is particularly popular at present. The framework of WeChat Mini Program is simple and easy to develop. Mini Programs can be used without deployment on the client and can easily call the camera, microphone and GPS, etc. Naturally, the development of college courses teaching resource sharing platform based on Mini Programs can facilitate teachers and students to share curriculum resources and enjoy online learning and communication.

The project follows the design principles of simple operation, clear interface layout, personalized learning mode, diversified communication means, scientific management methods, etc., adopting WeChat Mini Program, data acquisition and data analysis technologies to build a college courses teaching resource sharing platform, a teaching service system featuring university teaching resource sharing and students’ individualized learning.


WeChat Mini Program College courses Resource sharing WeChat teaching Online learning 



This research was supported by Hainan Higher Education Educational Reform Research Project (Hnjg2018-105).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Information EngineeringHainan Vocational University of Science and TechnologyHaikouChina

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