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The Construction of ACM Practice Bases for the Cultivation of University Students' Technological

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DOI: 10.23977/jaip.2024.070116 | Downloads: 16 | Views: 177

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Xiaoqian Li 1, Yan Chen 1, Peijun Ju 1

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1 School of Mathematics and Statistics, Taishan University, Tai'an, Shandong, 271000, China

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Xiaoqian Li

ABSTRACT

The construction of ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) practice bases dedicated to enhancing technological innovation capabilities among university students represents a pivotal shift in academic emphasis towards applied learning and practical skill development, particularly within the Information and Computational Science disciplines. This abstract outlines the strategic framework and impact of these practice bases, highlighting their role in equipping students with the necessary tools and experiences to thrive in the technological sector. ACM practice bases serve as an integral bridge between theoretical knowledge and real-world application, providing a structured environment where students can engage in hands-on projects, collaborative research, and competitive programming challenges. The initiative aims to foster a comprehensive skill set among students, including coding, problem-solving, innovative thinking, and teamwork. Through access to advanced computing resources and mentorship from faculty and industry experts, students are encouraged to explore complex computational problems and develop solutions that contribute to technological innovation. The implementation of these bases involves curricular integration that balances theoretical study with practical exercises, promoting an active learning environment that stimulates student engagement and curiosity. Collaboration is a cornerstone of the ACM practice bases, with students working in teams to tackle projects that mirror real-life scenarios, thereby enhancing their technical abilities while cultivating soft skills essential for professional success. A case study within the Information and Computational Science program demonstrates the effectiveness of ACM practice bases in achieving these educational objectives. Despite challenges related to resource allocation, curriculum development, and maintaining student interest, the case study reveals significant improvements in students' practical skills, innovation capacity, and readiness for the technology-driven workforce. In summary, ACM practice bases represent a significant advancement in higher education's approach to nurturing technological innovation among students. By providing a rich, applied learning environment, these bases prepare students for the complexities of the tech industry, fostering a generation of skilled, innovative professionals ready to contribute to global technological advancements.

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Practice base, ACM, university students' technologica

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Xiaoqian Li, Yan Chen, Peijun Ju, The Construction of ACM Practice Bases for the Cultivation of University Students' Technological. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Practice (2024) Vol. 7: 101-108. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jaip.2024.070116.

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