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Research on college students’ information literacy based on big data

  • Yao Ying
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Abstract

With the rapid development of network technology and information technology, the information literacy situation of college students has attracted more and more attention of the society. With the emergence and development of big data, the development of technology changes rapidly in an era of information, It’s the important problem how to fit the data and get effective training and study the development of the times on the background of the information literacy of the students, but it does not get enough attention. In urgent need of society it attaches great importance to the cultivation of information literacy, which pays attention to the research on College Students’ information literacy. In this paper, under the background of big data development of College Students’ information literacy as a starting point, a detailed analysis of students should possess in the context of the present era of information literacy and its training methods, through visiting, comprehensive analysis of questionnaires and interviewing, the aim of this research is to further explore the situation under the background of big data challenges and corresponding solutions for large, it can provide a solution for reference of the training and development of students’ information literacy.

Keywords

Big data Information literacy College students Research Solution 

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Acknowledgements

Shandong province education science planning Projects in 13th Five-Year “College Students Information Literacy Survey and Enhancement Strategies” (YC2017051).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of EducationJiNing UniversityQufuChina

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