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Construction and Strategy Analysis of "Online and Offline Hybrid Teaching Mode" in Undergraduate Colleges

Xuejing Lv

Abstract


With the rapid economic development, my country has entered the information age, and big data has been widely used. In this case, many free learning websites and learning resources continue to rise, which poses certain challenges to traditional classroom teaching. In this regard, in order to make better use of big data to reform traditional teaching models to promote the development of education, we need to conduct certain explorations and researches on "online and offline hybrid teaching models", and take advantage of mobile networks and learning websites to fully realize teachers Exchange the roles of students and improve the teaching quality of undergraduate colleges and universities while cultivating innovative and applied talents to better promote the development of education. This article discusses and explains in detail the construction and strategy analysis of "online and offline hybrid teaching mode" in undergraduate colleges.

Keywords


Undergraduate Colleges; Online and Offline Hybrid Teaching Mode; Construction; Strategic Analysis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i1.3106

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