Innovation of Ideological and Political Education in Big Data Age

Yalan LI, Qingjie ZHAO, Lu JIN

Abstract


The arrival of big data era has affected the logic and trend of social development. Big data broadens the coverage of education, highlights the subjectivity of students, and requires the data of teaching content. Big data enriches the teaching methods of ideological and political education, improves the pertinence of ideological and political education, improves the quality of ideological and political educators, and promotes ideological and political education.Big data’s core technology has been generally accepted by colleges and universities, and the application technology represented by Hadoop system has become a common tool for data mining and analysis of ideological and political education in colleges and universities. In the era of big data, we should pay attention to the innovation of data mining and data analysis.


Keywords


Big data; Ideological and political education; Data mining; Data security

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12017

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