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International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science, 2023, 4(1); doi: 10.38007/IJEIS.2023.040104.

Reform and Innovation of College Music Teaching under Background of Multimedia and Network Technology


Jiahua Li

Corresponding Author:
Jiahua Li

Shanxi Datong University, Shanxi, China 

Philippine Christian University, Philippine


With the rapid development of information technology, China's higher education system is facing significant challenges. Modern multimedia technology is gradually being applied to various fields of study at universities. As a result, vigorously developing modern educational information technology is an unavoidable choice for the historical development of higher education. The Internet and multimedia technology's effects on music education reform in colleges and universities are examined in this essay. The study outlined the challenges faced by Chinese music education and suggests appropriate solutions through research on the viability of multimedia and network technology. In terms of classroom efficiency, student satisfaction, and teaching comprehensive score, the multimedia teaching mode were compared to the traditional mode. The results showed that the model's teaching efficiency in a multimedia environment improved by 0.63, the proportion of satisfaction increased by 25%, and the comprehensive score was 8.1 points higher than the traditional model. This also demonstrated that music education reform in colleges and universities was feasible in the context of multimedia and network technology.


Innovative Research, College Music Teaching, Reform in Education, Multimedia and Network Technology, Quantitative Evaluation Method

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Jiahua Li. Reform and Innovation of College Music Teaching under Background of Multimedia and Network Technology. International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 1: 41-53. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJEIS.2023.040104.


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