Modern Information Technology on Higher Education Reform and the Countermeasures Analysis

Ling Zhou
September 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 1023, p225
Academic Journal
The development of modern information technology to accelerate the rapid development of high technology, the rapid development of high technology and promote the differentiation and integration of university disciplines. By describing the main contents of modern information technology, and analyzes the impact of modern information technology on Teaching Reform of higher education and university teachers from the use of multimedia technology to improve the level and increase the ability of teachers to use modern distance education university and college teachers to improve the teaching of measures to address three aspects of information literacy universities. Information society is gradually changing the ways and means for people to obtain information and knowledge. Learners can now download anywhere in the knowledge and information through the Internet terminal. It is because of the rapid development of information technology, higher education can not be considered only from imparting knowledge, but also to the development of intellectual college to train students to master the ability to further acquire knowledge as the primary task, which requires colleges and universities to existing professional management, and to update and reform the curriculum. We can say that modern information technology, not only in teaching methods and teaching methods of traditional education had a greater impact, while also greatly affected educational philosophy and teaching goals of traditional education generated.


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