Four Changes of Modern Universities From the Perspective of “4V” of Big Data

Ke ZHANG

Abstract


With the advent of the era of big data, the “4V” characteristics of big data, volume, variety, velocity and value, have brought the impact to the independence, reformation, guidance, balance and system of modern universities. This article analyzes both the pros and cons and proposes the four changes of modern universities from the “4V” perspective of big data, which is “to win by relying on data volume rather than overall strength, on data variety rather than disciplinary advantages, on data velocity rather than design in advance, and on data value rather than social responsibility”.

Keywords


Big Data; “4V” perspective; Modern university; Four changes

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

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