New Engineering Construction and Development of Electronic Information Specialty under the Concept of OBE
DOI: 10.23977/curtm.2021.040616 | Downloads: 3 | Views: 178
Jingfeng Zang 1, Yunqing Liu 1
1 Virtual Simulation Experiment Teaching Center of Electronic Information and Communication Engineering, Changchun University of Science and Technology, Changchun 130022, China
Corresponding AuthorJingfeng Zang
In the construction of new engineering, the word "new" takes the lead and the emphasis is on "construction". From "Fudan consensus" to "Tianda action" and then to "Beijing Declaration", the educational circles have reached a general consensus on the understanding of the word "new". They think that the meaning of the word "new" is two points, namely "informatization" and "intelligence". As a national key university with its own characteristics, how to construct the major of electronic information engineering in the era of new economy? The new engineering construction gives the answer, which is to face the new economy and new industry, integrate "informatization" and "intelligence" into the traditional electronic information engineering specialty, and combine with the forestry industry to highlight the characteristics. Therefore, this subject focuses on the new requirements for the cultivation of electronic information engineering talents in the new economy, and focuses on the construction of the curriculum system and teaching content with the characteristics of the university to adapt to the new economy. We will promote the interdisciplinary construction, transformation and upgrading of traditional electronic information engineering, and meet the needs of emerging industries and new economic development for composite talents of electronic information engineering.
KEYWORDSOBE concept, New engineering, Electronic information engineering
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Jingfeng Zang, Yunqing Liu, New Engineering Construction and Development of Electronic Information Specialty under the Concept of OBE. Curriculum and Teaching Methodology (2021) 4: 88-91. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/curtm.2021.040616.
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