Construction of a Teaching Resources Sharing Platform Based on Campus Network

Tian, Wenya
December 2011
Journal of Digital Information Management;Dec2011, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p261
Academic Journal
ABSTRACT." This paper constructs a teaching resources sharing platform based on campus network, which has integrated the existing digital teaching resources, and collected the scattered resources together and improved the whole unreasonable resources layout, repetitive construction and so on. Since the network is convenient and real-time, it is suited to be applied to the traditional classroom teaching. The teaching resources share platform can not only help students to make furl use of information technology tools for the realization of personalized learning, but also can strengthen the learning interests and enthusiasms of the students.


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