On­line ed­u­ca­tion

China's Foreign Trade (English) - - Special Report -

【Pre­mier’s work re­port】To in­crease in­for­ma­tion con­sump­tion in­clud­ing dig­i­tal homes and on­line learn­ing.

【In­ter­pre­ta­tion】In re­cent years, on­line learn­ing still keeps rapid growth. Mo­bile ter­mi­nals have be­come the ma­jor sup­porter for car­ry­ing out on­line learn­ing. With pop­u­lar­ity of the In­ter­net and pen­e­tra­tion of such mo­bile ter­mi­nals as cell­phones, the thresh­old is low­er­ing for the gen­eral pub­lic to en­gage in on­line learn­ing and the con­sumer group is ex­pected to be fur­ther ex­panded. Be­sides, as the govern­ment is push­ing for­ward ed­u­ca­tion in­forma­ti­za­tion, stu­dents in the K12 pri­mary and sec­ondary school ed­u­ca­tion will con­tinue to be the ma­jor user group for on­line learn­ing in fu­ture. trans­form and grow. That the im­pact of dig­i­tal econ­omy brings to China not only re­flects on the macro eco­nomic scale, but also pen­e­trates into each field of peo­ple’s pro­duc­tion and life. Be­hind the dig­i­tal econ­omy, it is the in­no­va­tion of de­vel­op­ment con­cept and tech­no­log­i­cal progress, and it is also the re­form of think­ing pat­tern, busi­ness mode and con­sump­tion model.

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