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Research on the Cultivation of College Students' Autonomous Learning Ability -and Construction of Evaluation Mechanism in the Network Environment

Xiaoyan Li


The purpose of college education is to cultivate more high-quality applied talents. In the current network environment, to deliver more outstanding higher education talents to the talent market, it is necessary to change educational concepts and continuously improve students' autonomous learning ability. Under the current Internet background, self-learning ability training is the need of students' continuous growth, development and improvement. To promote the self-learning ability training of college students, it is also very important to improve the construction of the corresponding evaluation mechanism. This article introduces the important basis for the cultivation of students' autonomous learning ability, and analyzes the strategies for the cultivation of college students' autonomous learning ability and the construction of evaluation mechanism.


Network Environment; College Students; Autonomous Learning Ability; Training; Evaluation Mechanism; Construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i1.3100