Research on the Development of Education Resources for the Internet Plus Universities in the National Health Field
Bing Zhang 1 * , Pan Peng 1
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1 Institute of Physical Education, Huanggang Normal University, Huangzhou 438000, Hubei, China* Corresponding Author


Applications of Internet in various fields have become modern demands. How to make full use of the resources of colleges and universities to improve the health of the whole people has become a research topic under the premise of national fitness rise as national strategy. In this paper, starting from development mode of Internet plus, combining with actual status of Chinese college physical education development, under the circumstance of international internet era, by virtue of the role of Internet plus, reform and develop-ment of Chinese schools’ physical education have been analyzed and summarized, and development strategies thereof have been concluded with document literature, logistic analysis, interviewing methods and the alike. Through mutual interactive and distribu-tive research on internet and college physical education resources, promotion has been made to better combine school physical education and public fitness to bring the role of internet in college physical education resources into full play. Research showed that in-ternet plus technology could explore college physical education resources in a proper manner to make resources sharing available; current college education resources have been fully utilized and effectively distributed in a reasonable way by carrying out internal and external distribution on college physical education resources internal via internet.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 13, Issue 8, August 2017, 5085-5093

Publication date: 15 Aug 2017

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