Research on Educational Informatization Based on E-Context Theory: Taking Higher Mathematics as an Example

Guoxiang GUI


The Internet context has presented significant challenges to education today. Higher education is characterized by complex educational relationships, diverse educational subjects, and virtual and realistic educational contents. As a basic public college course, advanced math is also beset by many problems like outdated educational resources, monotonous explanations, limited teaching methods, and low learning interest. It is therefore necessary to speed up the informatization of educational resources centered on micro-lecture resources, set up a SPOC teaching model based on the Internet context, and strengthen the systematic guidance to educational activities, in order to enhance education informatization in the Internet context.


E-context theory; Educational informatization; Higher mathematics; Countermeasures

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