College Students' Law Education Platform Based on Browser/Server and Massive Open Online Courses

Xue Yang, Zhen Song

Abstract


It is compulsory for us to strength the students’ law education in China in order to develop their overall qualities. It is also what we need to build a harmonious society. Along with the steady advancement of society, the surge of information technologies has contributed to the integration of various new teaching methods, models and platforms into the law education. This paper, based on the browser/server (B/S) architecture and the concept of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), attempt s to profoundly analyze relevant situation of students' law education in universities. According to the findings, it is found that the teaching of MOOCs in China is evolving at full speed. User groups show different preferences for the disciplines since they have a great demand for vocational skills and undergraduate education. In China, there are some gaps in the law education in universities, for example, the teaching and evaluation methods look like relatively single, there is lack of pedagogical practices, teachers' pedagogies remain to be improved, and students' enthusiasm of legal education is low. The curriculum refinement and the mobile clients developed intensively constantly improve the design of the law education platform for students in universities. The study is beneficial to the construction of law education platform for students in universities in China.

Keywords


browser/server (B/S) architecture; massive open online course (mooc); law education platform

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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