Discussion on the Reform of the Course “Data Structure” of Higher Vocational Education Based on MOOC Background

  • Tingting WangEmail author
  • Xiang Wu
  • Wanshun Chen
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering book series (LNICST, volume 299)


Higher vocational education in China has nurtured a number of talents with certain qualifications and skills and made its own contribution to the society. MOOC is a product of the era of new technologies such as wireless networks, smart phones, adaptive technologies, cloud computing, and WeChat that are widely used in education. MOOC is a short video produced by teachers, its content is concise and its knowledge integration is strong, it can help students to find the key points of learning quickly. Students can learn online through the internet, and the process is completely free and learning freedom, without the limitations of time and space. In the background of Internet + vocational education, MOOC will bring huge influence and challenges to higher vocational education. The student and educational purpose of higher vocational colleges are different from those of undergraduate courses. A large part of the existing prestigious MOOC courses is not suitable for the learning needs of higher vocational students. Therefore, it is of great importance both in theory and practice to combine MOOC with traditional teaching and develop suitable subjects.


Internet + vocational education MOOC Influence Challenges 



This work was supported by the research on high school provincial quality engineering project of Anhui grant No. 2017mooc368, No. 2017sjjd041, No. 2018jyxm0184 and University-level key projects grant No. Wzyzrzd201703.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Wuhu Institute of TechnologyWuhuChina

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