Human Computer Interaction of E-Learning

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Research on the Human Computer Interaction of E-learning
Shu-mei Zhang 1, Qin-chuan Zhan 1, He-min Du 2
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School of Art & Design, Shaanxi University of Science & Technology Xi'an, P.R.China 2

sjxy@sust.edu.cn
xtdn-dhm@126.com

Institute of Industrial Design, Northwestern Polytechnic University Xi'an, P.R.China

Abstract-Although the hardware and software technology affect the development of E-Iearning technology, but human­ computer interaction factor determines the ultimate learning efficiency from another perspective. This thesis begins with the analysis of digital technology, from a cognitive psychological perspective, analyzes and discusses the importance of the human-computer interaction design for E-Iearning. In this thesis, use visual stimuli as an example of the cognitive environment, analyze the relationship between the cognitive psychology and human-computer interaction. We get up a strategy which can use neural network algorithm to realize optimization of the scheme design for human-computer interaction program. Finally, an example was given which have verified the human-computer interaction techniques.

Computer Interaction, Neural Network

Index Terms-E-Iearning, Cognitive Psychology, Human

1. INTRODUCTION

E-learning is the production which be produced with the development of information technology. Particularly, the connotation and extension of E-learning is expanding with the development of computer technology which use network as feature. Previous research in the field of E-learning more focused on technical standards and means of content production, however, E-learning is not a simple means of supporting teaching, it is necessary to focus on "educating" and more pay attention to "learning". The ultimate purpose of E-learning is good results which memory learning should be achieved. He Ke-kang is a teacher of Institute of Modem Educational Technology of Beijing Normal University, he pointed out that the E-learning doesn't be only recognized as auxiliary means which help teacher to realize teaching, but should be more emphasis on it as cognitive tools and emotional motivational tool which can promote independent learning [1]. With the deepening development of E-learning technology, more and more researchers began to study focus on the effecting of learning. Yu Sheng-quan pointed 978-1-4244-6936-9/10/$26.00 ©2010 IEEE

out that the third generation of E-learning has been changed from the transmission and behavioral paradigm to constructed cognitive paradigm, and then to situated cognition paradigm [2]. In the perspective of human­ computer interface design, Vincent Cho has studied the pum (Perceived User Interface Design) [3]; Line Kohls has studied the personalized interface design which can adapt to different learners [4]. Human-computer interface design is not a simple art design, which is designed not only to use beautiful view, bright in color, more important to adapt to people's cognitive psychology, and with good human-computer interaction function. It should not only have a good guide for learners, but also meet the necessary of interactive hands-on capacity, so as to achieve good learning results. Based on this, the thesis focuses on the important impact of cognitive psychology for E-learning, and discussed how to expand the E-learning human-computer interaction design under the guidance of cognitive psychology. 2. COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY

An easy way to comply with the conference paper formatting requirements is to use this document as a template and simply type your text into it. The research of cognitive psychology is an important embodiment of people-oriented design strategy. The past design emphasis on "what technology to solve problems," however, the people-oriented design emphasis on "what are the user needs". For the E-learning system, the sources of learners acquire knowledge include graphic, image, text, sound, and the possible information media which integrated...
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