The Correlation of Imagination and Computer Graphics Ability of Visual Communication Design Majors


This study aims to examine the correlation of imagination and computer graphics ability of visual communication design majors. To obtain a better understanding of visual communication design majors, imagination exhibited before and after the students take related classes, a questionnaire survey with pretest-posttest design was conducted in this study. The consensual assessment technique (CAT) was then employed to assess the students works as designated by the classes. The consensual assessment and questionnaire analysis results were compared and analyzed to confirm the correlation of visual communication design majors imagination and computer graphics ability.

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Liao Shin, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Chao-Fu Yang, Shu-Te University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Chui-Chu Yang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

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Conference: ACSS2015
Stream: Teaching and Learning

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