A Probe into the Basic Qualities of University Teachers in Developing Musical Intangible Cultural Heritage Courses from the Perspective of Internet + Education
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“Internet + non-heritage” education has created a new era of school education, and “Internet + non-heritage” music has also affected the classroom of music lessons in primary, middle, and high schools with a devastating trend. Based on the analysis of the status quo of “Internet + non-heritage” development, this article explores the problems existing in music teaching in colleges and universities from the perspective of Internet + education, and proposes “Internet + non-heritage” transmission and inheritance strategies to promote the protection of intangible cultural heritage, Inheritance and development, providing theoretical support for college teachers to develop music intangible cultural heritage courses in the perspective of Internet + education.
Internet +, Music, Intangible cultural heritage