The Path of Building Curriculum Resources of Adult Colleges and Universities Based on MOOC in the Intelligent Era

Meichu HUANG, Lijian CHEN

Abstract


Curriculum resources are the basis for ensuring the implementation of the curriculum, theirs suitability and richness affect the achievement of the curriculum teaching goals. They are an important guarantee for achieving the curriculum teaching goals. The application of artificial intelligence technology in the field of education has triggered profound changes in teaching and learning. In the intelligent era, how to build a massive adult education learning resource library that can meet personalized needs has become an important topic and development direction of learning resource construction. The construction of adult colleges and universities curriculum resources based on MOOC is an effective means of promotion for teaching and learning. This paper analyzes the defects in the construction of traditional curriculum digital learning resources in adult colleges and universities, the advantages of the construction of curriculum resources based on MOOC in adult colleges and universities, the principles and paths of the construction of curriculum resources based on MOOC, in order to quickly create the exclusive curriculum resources suitable for adult colleges and universities and in line with the characteristics of adults, make better use of its supplementary teaching and supplementary learning, effectively improve the quantity and quality of adult education resources construction, and promote the development of adult education and teaching.

Keywords


MOOC; Adult colleges and universities; Curriculum resources

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11799

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