Multi-channel interactive interface model for mobile learning terminal by considering user's requirements
by Ruijun Zhang
International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning (IJCEELL), Vol. 31, No. 2, 2021

Abstract: In view of the problems of large response delay and poor security in current research methods of mobile learning terminal interactive interface, a multi-channel interactive interface model of mobile learning terminal considering user needs is proposed. According to the C/S model, the interactive interface model is hierarchically divided, which can effectively improve the information processing efficiency of the mobile learning terminal multi-channel interactive interface model. On this basis, the key modules of the model, such as resources, sharing, learning and examination, are designed to consider user needs, so as to realise the function that interviewees can answer questions in a more timely manner and feedback questions to questioners. The experimental results show that the success rate of illegal users is less than 0.05%, the retrieval delay of learning resources is between 50 ms-100 ms, and the retrieval delay of papers is between 120 ms-150 ms.

Online publication date: Tue, 20-Apr-2021

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