Authors: Li-Hui Nian; Jing Wei; Can-Bin Yin
Addresses: College of Construction Management, Jiangsu Vocational Institute of Architectural Technology, Xu Zhou, 221116, China ' College of Construction Management, Jiangsu Vocational Institute of Architectural Technology, Xu Zhou, 221116, China; School of Environment Science and Spatial Informatics, China University of Mining and Technology, Xu Zhou, 221116, China ' College of Civil Engineering, Hunan City University, Yiyang Hunan, 413000, China
Abstract: In order to solve the problem that traditional mobile online education platform can not provide personalised recommendation according to students' own situation and neglect students' learning emotion. A new mobile education platform was designed, and the role of the mobile online education platform in promoting students' self-learning was analysed. The education platform is designed using a C/S structure. It is composed of application layer, service layer and storage layer. The nearest neighbour set is formed by the FRUTAI method, and the user data filling of mobile online education platform is completed. The user's score information is used to get neighbour users and complete personalised recommendation. According to the relationship between expression and emotion in emotional psychology, the recognition module of expression information is processed to identify the expression, and the students' emotional state is obtained. According to the mapping relationship between learning state and two-dimensional emotional space, students' learning state and evaluation results are obtained. This paper analyses the role of mobile online education platform in promoting students' self-learning, and draws a conclusion that the design of mobile online education platform can improve students' interest in learning, increase students' self-learning time and enhance students' self-learning ability.
Keywords: mobile online; education platform; role; students' self-learning; promotion.
International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning, 2019 Vol.29 No.1/2, pp.56 - 71
Received: 17 Aug 2018
Accepted: 29 Oct 2018
Published online: 16 Apr 2019 *