Exploring the path of Implementing Precision education in College Student Affairs under Data Empowerment

Chengwei WANG


Along with the development of information technology, the era of big data is a new wave and a new environment for college student affairs that cannot be avoided. The new era requires college student affairs to implement accurate cultivation programs, improve student cultivation quality and enhance school management effectiveness. The development and progress of big data provides technical support and guarantee for accurate cultivation of students. The lack of data collection, analysis and application capabilities is the basic status of student affairs in Chinese universities using big data to serve students. To this end, this paper proposes the following paths to promote the implementation of accurate cultivation of students in college student affairs: promoting the construction of informatization of college student affairs, enriching and improving the content and methods of college student affairs, strengthening the construction of data-based capacity of student affairs teams, and building a mechanism for the safety protection of student affairs data.


College student affairs; Data empowerment; Ideological and political education; Precision education; Information technology

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