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Research on the Practical Mechanism of the Photography Courses of Art Major in Colleges and Universities

Rong Hu

Abstract


Under the new media environment, the status of photography courses has been increasingly promoted and valued. The development of the Internet has had a certain impact on college education. We need to reflect in time and think about the construction of the practical mechanism of photography courses for art majors in colleges and universities under the new media environment, to promote the better acceptance of photography courses for current students, and to improve the quality and level of photography teaching. From the perspective of the long-term development of students, appropriate adjustments and reconstructions of the current photography courses are made. This article first analyzes the impact of new media on college education, especially on photography teaching. Then, from the four perspectives of strengthening the construction of online courses, adding teaching content, rational use of the Internet, and focusing on the improvement of aesthetics, the road to the reform of photography courses is explored.

Keywords


New Media; Colleges and Universities; Art Major; Photography

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i1.3090

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