Yanwen Jiang, Jinhong Shi
Department of Humanity and Sociology, Sanya Aviation and Tourism College, Sanya, Hainan, 572000, China
“Cloud Computing” is deeply influencing our production and life style. At the beginning of its introduction, the application of this technology in university hardware and teaching was focused on by the academic community. However, with the gradual advancement of practice, “cloud computing” has brought opportunities for ideological and political work in universities, but it has also brought more severe challenges. Whether it is technology literacy, vocational training, or the ability of college students to monitor the network, there are various problems. This shows that “cloud computing” technology is facing new challenges in ideological and political work. For the new environment and new things emerging in the “cloud computing” era, we are still hard to adapt. Therefore, we will face difficulties and face difficulties in the quantitative analysis methods, the cultivation of scientific and technological talents, the interaction between teachers and students, and the construction of the party and group platform. This will give us the opportunity brought by the era of cloud computing, and will raise the ideological and political work of universities to A new level.
“cloud computing”, Colleges and universities, Ideological and political work
Yanwen Jiang, Jinhong Shi. Research on Opportunities and Challenges of Ideological and Political Work in Colleges and Universities in the Era of Cloud Computing. Frontiers in Educational Research (2021) Vol. 4, Issue 3: 29-33. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2021.040307.
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