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Exploration of Virtual Simulation Technology in Art and Design Education

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DOI: 10.23977/artpl.2024.050113 | Downloads: 13 | Views: 197


Jiao Bo 1,2, Surendheran Kaliyaperumal 1


1 Lincoln University College, Jalan SS 6/12, Selangor, Malaysia
2 Zhengzhou Business University, Zijing Road, Gongyi, Henan, China

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Jiao Bo


This paper delves into the utilization of virtual simulation technology within the realm of art and design education, elucidating the pivotal role of integrating this technology seamlessly into pedagogical practices. Focusing on essential aspects like teacher training and cost management, it offers a nuanced discussion on the challenges and opportunities associated with incorporating virtual simulation technology effectively. By analyzing these factors comprehensively, the study provides valuable insights and actionable recommendations aimed at fostering pedagogical innovation and enhancing the learning experience in art and design education.


Virtual simulation technology, art and design education, teacher training, cost management, educational applications


Jiao Bo, Surendheran Kaliyaperumal, Exploration of Virtual Simulation Technology in Art and Design Education. Art and Performance Letters (2024) Vol. 5: 91-98. DOI:


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