North China Institute of Aerospace Engineering, Hebei, China
In the 1960s or 1970s, Chinese colleges and universities had begun to set up the computer courses successively. In the next several decades, the new information technology is constantly emerging with the rapid development of information technology. As for the engineering colleges, the content and system setting of basic computer courses should meet the development needs of the times and should also meet the specialty needs. The rapid development of engineering and information technology raises new requirements for the computer course teaching of new engineering colleges. Based on the current situation of the basic computer course teaching in Chinese colleges and universities, this paper puts forward some suggestions for the computer teaching mode of engineering colleges.
Computer course; teaching mode; engineering colleges; new engineering
Guocai Yin, Exploration and Research on Teaching Mode for the Basic Courses of College Computer under the New Engineering Background of Colleges and Universities (2019) Vol. 2 Issue 2: 94-98. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.033013.
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