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On the Basic Sructure and Promotion Strategies of Contemporary College Students’ Autonomous Learning Drive

Lieqiong Tang


Internal driving force refers to the internal force that can drive the collective to produce certain behaviors.
Contemporary college students grow up in the information age. The explosion of knowledge and information makes the
renewal and development of knowledge system, ability and skills very rapid. The effective development of autonomous
learning is of great significance to the future growth of college students. It can promote students’ continuous
self-improvement and self-development, better meet the needs of the times and society. Autonomous learning drive is the
core driving force driving students to carry out autonomous learning activities. This study focuses on the basic structure of
contemporary college students’ autonomous learning drive, and then discusses its promotion strategies, so as to lay a solid
foundation for the overall improvement of contemporary college students’ autonomous learning ability


Contemporary College Students; Autonomous Learning; Internal Driving Force; Structure

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i7.3804