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Development of a Comprehensive Platform for Campus Sports

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DOI: 10.23977/aetp.2024.080124 | Downloads: 11 | Views: 140


Yujie Zhang 1, Ruiying Zhang 1, Shiting Jia 1


1 Liaoning Institute of Science and Technology, Benxi, Liaoning, China

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Ruiying Zhang


From the degree of sports activities in colleges and universities across the country, the awareness of sports in colleges and universities needs to be strengthened, and the process of carrying out regular intramural sports competitions is cumbersome, which leads to a low density of sports competitions, which do not allow for sufficient training and do not lead to an improvement in the physical fitness of college students. At the same time, with the development of physical education, there are many kinds of physical education courses, and there are problems such as inconvenient communication between teachers and students and less time for students' physical exercise after class. Therefore, we can make use of the comprehensive platform of campus sports, "Sports Link+", to increase the frequency of activities, so that more students can actively participate, improve the management of physical education courses, focus on physical exercise, and achieve the purpose of physical fitness. The platform makes the competition more organized, and at the same time establishes a sound teaching feedback mechanism, which achieves the purpose of promoting sports and improving the sports literacy of college students in various aspects.


Sports Competition, Campus Sports Platform, Sports Development


Yujie Zhang, Ruiying Zhang, Shiting Jia, Development of a Comprehensive Platform for Campus Sports. Advances in Educational Technology and Psychology (2024) Vol. 8: 181-188. DOI:


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