Exploration on Teaching Methods for Applied Optics Course of Printing Specialty

Qiang Liu, Xiaoxia Wan, Xiaoli Yang, Yanfen Yanfen Zhang

Abstract


Printing engineering is an interdisciplinary specialty which involves a lot of intercross subjects such as optical engineering, information engineering, material science and engineering, mechanical engineering, control science and engineering, computer engineering, software engineering and so on. Nowadays, as those subjects progress, the content of printing engineering specialty is increasingly expanded, which places additional difficulty to the printing engineering education. The applied optics course of printing specialty aims at explaining the fundamental principles of optics which involve in printing-related domain. Therefore, it is of great significance for students to understand the basic imaging rules of the related equipments and thus further understand the whole subject. This study describes our teaching experience for applied optics course in school of printing and packaging, Wuhan University in China. The current teaching problems of the printing specialty as a whole were firstly collected by interview and questionnaire method. Afterwards, basing on the analysis of the problems, the specific teaching methods were proposed. The results showed that the teaching objectives were almost achieved and the vast majority of students were glad to accept such teaching methods.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jet.v2i2.8760

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