The Constructing of Mobile Internet-Based Ideological and Political Education of University Students Based on the Idea of U-Learning

Huamin WANG, Yusen XIANG


As a type of educational concept, u-learning has gradually stepped from theory to practice relying on the continuous development of modern educational technology. While mobile Internet has provided a good opportunity to implant the idea of u-learning into the ideological and political education of university students, universities should be vigorously constructing the mobile Internet-based ideological and political education of university students, breaking through the restrictions of time and space of the traditional educational pattern, thus realizing an ubiquitous ideological and political education of university students.


U-learning; Mobile internet; Ideological and political education; University students

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