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Construction of Online Platform Based on the Model of Honesty and Morality Education

  • Xu Zhang
  • Yunan WangEmail author
  • Jinlong Liu
  • Xinyu Yang
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering book series (LNICST, volume 299)

Abstract

Integrity and morality are the cornerstones of a person’s foothold in society and career. Nowadays, frequent events of lack of integrity in society have affected the normal life and study of every one of us. As the source of social development, whether college students can abide by the integrity will be related to the development and fate of the society. Therefore, colleges and universities have listed the issue of honesty education as the core issue of students’ moral education. In the process of the education of integrity and morality of college students, this subject combines the information system of the school itself and the technical advantages of relevant enterprises, universities and research institutes to plan and construct the model of the online platform for the integrity and moral education of students. This subject uses a quantitative assessment indicator system to assist teachers in strengthening the integrity and moral education of students.

Keywords

Integrity education Cloud platform Electronic signature Bigdata 

Notes

Acknowledgement

This work was supported by the China Heilongjiang Province Philosophy and Society Project Planning (Grant No. 18EDC217), HIT Teaching Methods and Examination Methods Reform Project (Grant No. XJKGG2018006), China Minis-try of Education Industry-University Cooperation around Teaching Project (Grant No. 201801145015, 201801244004, 201801005002).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Harbin Institute of TechnologyHarbinChina

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