Research of Micro-Courses Construction Based on Knowledge Map

Xiongjun ZHOU, Yuting DAI


In recent years the micro-courses are quickly received extensive attention of the general education workers across the country, the establishment of micro-courses network, micro-course competition and so on marks the arrival of the era of “micro-learning”. However, now the largest difficulty in improving students’ learning efficiency by Micro-course lies in that micro-courses readily accessible to students are disorderly scattered on the Internet and it is difficult for students to choose from these courses with varying quality, rather than the limited resources of micro-courses. This article is intended to study these fragmentation forms of micro-course by using the knowledge map in order to build it into the curriculum system which can really develop micro-course into self-determination study courses.


Micro-courses; Construction; Knowledge map; Fragmentation

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