Exploration on the Implementation Path of Drawing Course Under the Information-Based Background

  • Jilan YanEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1117)


Information-based teaching is a popular teaching means at present, practice has proved that advanced information-based teaching means can improve students’ learning interest and enthusiasm. When students read and draw mechanical patterns, they realize the spatial image thinking process of mutual transformation of “objects” and “figures” from object to figure and then from figure to object. Most students have difficulty in adapting to the situation. This paper, from the six aspects of the ideological and political education, blending learning, adopting advanced manufacturing technology, teaching platform, application of teaching resources and science and technology learning associations, will carry out the analysis of teaching implementation path in the context of information-based technology. Based on the characteristics of mechanical drawing course, this paper explores the teaching mode and path under the background of informatization, Writer hopes to provide some references for mechanical drawing teachers in information-based teaching.


Information-based Teaching path Curriculum ideological and political education Intelligent evaluation system Blending learning 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Mechanical and Electrical EngineeringShandong Vocational College of Light IndustryZiboChina

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