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IJLT 2023 Vol.9(3): 186-190
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.3.186-190

Teaching and Talent Training Reform of Virtual Reality Course

Guowu Yuan*, Jiliang Zong, Hao Wu, Wenhua Qian, Yuanyuan Pu, and Dan Xu
School of Information Science and Technology, Yunnan University, Kunming, China
Email: gwyuan@ynu.edu.cn (G.Y.)

Manuscript received August 9, 2022; revised December 23, 2022; accepted March 6, 2023.

Abstract—With the rapid development of virtual reality technology, many industries have used the technology widely, and the demand for talent is multiplying. However, talent in virtual reality technology is scarce, and there are some problems in the current talent training. Because of the widespread problems in the present teaching, this paper first analyzes the three characteristics of virtual reality courses. It gives the teaching objectives of the design, application and algorithm of virtual reality talent training. Then, this paper puts forward the overall idea of training virtual reality talents in computer specialty and the teaching content planning of the course and gives the detailed prerequisite courses and follow-up courses. Finally, this paper provides the theoretical overview, knowledge points and experiments of the virtual reality courses at three levels of content organization. After years of practice, we have achieved good results in our teaching reform. Virtual reality teaching has promoted the cultivation of application-oriented talents in computer science.
Keywords—virtual reality, curriculum reform, reform in education 

Cite: Guowu Yuan, Jiliang Zong, Hao Wu, Wenhua Qian, Yuanyuan Pu, and Dan Xu, "Teaching and Talent Training Reform of Virtual Reality Course," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 186-190, September 2023. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.3.186-190

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