Integration Multimedia and Virtual Reality in the Online Teaching of Fine Arts
Keywords:Arts Education, Mural Painting, Online Education, Virtual Reality, Virtual Tour
AbstractThis article deals with the problems of Fine Arts teaching. An approach capable to integrate different types of resources is presented. The described approach corresponds to the recent trends in education where multimedia tools and virtual reality are integrated to improve learning. The described approach has been used to create an interactive experimental lesson for students studying mural painting. The developed innovative lesson is tailored to the age characteristics of students and their increased interest in fine arts. The preliminary results show the applicability of the proposed approach and satisfaction with the acquired knowledge among the students.
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