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Research on the Construction of the Second Classroom of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Industry Characteristic Universities

Limin Cheng

Abstract


The study conducted a survey among the university with typical industry characteristics and analyzed the current
situation together with problems about the construction of the second classroom of innovation and entrepreneurship education.
It found that the positive role of the second classroom was generally recognized by college students. However, there were some
deficiencies in the second classroom of innovation and entrepreneurship, such as, low participation rates, utilitarian tendency and
inefficiency of comprehensive management etc. In order to promote the development of the educational function of the second
classroom, the incentive mechanism of innovation and the entrepreneurship evaluation should be improved, the faculty building
and integrated management in second classroom of innovation and entrepreneurship should be strengthened on the premise of
confronting the role about the second classroom of innovation and entrepreneurship.

Keywords


Industry characteristic university; Innovation and entrepreneurship; Second classroom

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References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v6i15.5131

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