Exploration on Cultivation of Application-Oriented and Innovative Talents in the Information Field under “Internet +” Environment
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The Institute for Education Data Hangzhou Normal University, China
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Huan-Song Yang   

Professor, Hangzhou Institute of Service Engineering,Hangzhou Normal University,Zhejiang.Address to No.2318, Yuhangtang Rd., Yuhang Dist., Hangzhou City , Zhejiang ,China.Tel: 13588870128
Online publish date: 2017-08-22
Publish date: 2017-08-22
 
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(8):5607–5614
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The contradiction between the increasing integration of colleges and universities and the high degree of professionalism of industry demand for talents has become increasingly prominent, making the cultivation of innovative applied talents oriented to the industry demand become the important issue to be addressed urgently. The purpose of this project is to explore a mode of cultivating application-oriented and innovative talents who conform to the needs of regional economic development. The author puts forward the structure of “two libraries, six platforms” as the cultivating model, in order to effectively realize the seamless connection and cultivation of innovative talents among universities, enterprises and the government.
 
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