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IJLT 2023 Vol.9(3): 241-245
doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.3.241-245

Research on the Integration of General History and Professional History Education into Mechanical Courses

Xun Guan*, Yunjie Xu, and Liang Zhang
School of Engineering, Huzhou University, Huzhou, Zhejiang, China
*Correspondence: 02184@zjhu.edu.cn (X.G.)

Manuscript received October 26, 2021; revised January 25, 2022; accepted April 15, 2022.

Abstract—In the era of big data, we can track and use the data of College Students’ living habits, consumption habits and learning habits to timely understand and master the basic situation and ideological trends of college students. This paper uses big data technology to investigate the learning behavior of mechanical college students, and analyzes the employment situation of mechanical graduates. This paper found the problems existing in the current mechanical undergraduate students, and finds that the current mechanical undergraduate students are faced with such problems as weak innovation consciousness, lack of humanistic spirit, low psychological quality and poor social adaptability, which affect them to become qualified engineers needed by enterprises. This paper discusses the function of integrating general history and mechanical history into mechanical courses. The results show that the method can effectively reduce or eliminate the current mechanical undergraduate problems. 
Keywords—general history education, professional history education, machinery students, qualified engineer 

Cite: Xun Guan, Yunjie Xu, and Liang Zhang, "Research on the Integration of General History and Professional History Education into Mechanical Courses," International Journal of Learning and Teaching, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 241-245, September 2023. doi: 10.18178/ijlt.9.3.241-245

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