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Analysis on the Problems and Countermeasures of Online Education and Teaching in Colleges and Universities in the Post-epidemic Period

Lin Wang

Abstract


The outbreak of the new crown epidemic has caused the stagnation of offline teaching, and the popularity of
online teaching has doubled. With the effective control of the epidemic, major colleges and universities have begun to open
classes, offline education and teaching are in a state of restart, and the popularity of online education has decreased.
Effectively improving the shortcomings of online education and teaching, allowing it to continue to give full play to its
advantages in the post-epidemic period, and realizing the organic combination of online and offline teaching has become a
topic for every college educator to think about. This article focuses on issues related to online education and teaching in
colleges and universities in the post-epidemic period.

Keywords


Post-epidemic Period; Colleges and Universities; Online Education and Teaching; Existing Problems; Countermeasures

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i7.3798

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