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College Product Design Course Teaching Based on “Four-dimensional Integration”

Jiding Geng


With the rapid development of social economy and the continuous deepening of urbanization construction, the society has entered a new development process, which has also played a good role in promoting the development of various social industries. From the perspective of the development of the education field, in order to effectively promote the synchronous improvement of the overall education efficiency and education quality, We should integrate the four-dimensional integration mode reasonably in the interior, and on this basis, we can better train high-quality talents. Especially in the teaching process of product design course in colleges and universities, we should give full play to the important role of four-dimensional fusion mode to ensure that the teaching of product design course in colleges and universities can achieve the expected effect. Therefore, first of all, this paper makes an in-depth analysis of the basic overview of four-dimensional fusion; On this basis, the paper puts forward the concrete teaching measures of the product design course in the university under the four-dimensional integration.


Four-dimensional fusion; College product design course; Teaching measure

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i23.9848