Analyzing the Design and Promotion of Ideological and Political Content in Online Finance and Economics Courses
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Keywords

Online courses
Finance and economics
Ideological and political content
Design and promotion

DOI

10.26689/jcer.v6i7.4126

Abstract

In the context of the new media age, the emergence and development of finance and economics courses along with online course resources have greatly enriched the presentation of teaching resources in colleges and universities. However, subjected to the flawed design and poor promotion of ideological and political contents, which are less popular, online finance and economics courses often do not reflect the meaning well or maximize the application of the courses’ ideological and political reform. This paper explores the dilemma and reasons for the promotion of the courses’ ideological and political content, in hope to provide suggestions for the design and promotion of ideological and political content in online finance and economics courses in colleges and universities.

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