Research on the Construction of Electronic Information Professional Groups in Higher Vocational Colleges Serving the Upgrading of Regional Information Industry


Professional groups
Industrial upgrading
Industry-education integration




Through studying the current situation of the construction of electronic information professional groups in higher vocational colleges serving the upgrading of regional information industry, this paper proposes establishing inter-school professional groups from a horizontal perspective, making appropriate adjustments on the professional groups, and actively adapting to the industrial development. On this basis, the integration of industry-education and in-depth cooperation between schools and enterprises can be realized, and the path of realizing “three-sharing, three-integration” professional group service industry upgrading is innovatively proposed.


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