The Application and Reflection of Network Information Technology in College Students’ Moral Cultivation

Jia LI, Lianyun YI

Abstract


With more and more developed modern network information technology, it has been transformed from the media into a way of life and social culture which can not be ignored. Therefore, this requires us to fully understand the impact of network information technology and mistakes in its application, and use network information technology reasonably to cultivate college students’ morality.


Keywords


Network information technology; College student; Moral cultivation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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