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The Influence of Information Technology on Traditional Music Teaching in Colleges and Universities

  • Hui YangEmail author
Conference paper
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1147)

Abstract

With the continuous development of science and technology, China’s information technology has also been strengthened. With the continuous investment in quality education in China, universities have increased the exploration and research of traditional music education. Making full use of modern information technology in vocal music class is conducive to college students to master the theory of vocal music more efficiently and make the class more active and colorful. This paper studies the influence of information technology on the teaching quality by tracking the traditional music teaching in Colleges and universities (CU). The research shows that the use of modern information technology is conducive to the teaching of music for teachers, as well as the use of students to receive the corresponding knowledge.

Keywords

Traditional music College music teaching Information technology Teaching quality 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hunan Judicial Police Vocational CollegeChangshaChina

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