On 13th June, 2017, the OUC School of Economics and Management (hereinafter referred as the School) held a meeting on the online teaching team pilot project. The meeting was attended by course leaders involved in the pilot project, as well as personnel from the Student Affairs Department, Teacher Development Centre, and the OUC Online Distance Education and Technology Co., Ltd.
On 13th June, 2017, the Open University of China (OUC) and the People’s Government of Wuzhou Municipality held a signing ceremony in Beijing for a strategic cooperation agreement. The two parties will jointly build the “OUC Lingnan School for the Elderly.”
“While I was at the RTVU, I learned a lot, enlarged my horizons, and changed my way of thinking. The "One College Student Per Village Programme" helped me to realise my dream of going to university,” Zou Zhongxin, head of Changshantianmei family farm, municipal model worker medal winner, and 2015 model figure of Quzhou City, Zhejiang Province, said at an exchange conference held between freshmen and senior students.
“In the beginning, I wanted to quit. It was the teachers who encouraged me to build my confidence… Thanks to this learning experience, I have changed my outlook on life. Whatever your competence is, attitude is the key.” This was a message left by Shi Lingling, a degree education student, after she completed the online core course for Computer Assisted English Teaching and Learning in the 2016 spring term. Shi Lingling is from the tutorial centre of the Yuncheng Branch School of Shanxi Radio and TV University.
When society needed a large number of medical employees, she personally took on the task of establishing the nursing major and several distance education courses. After the Wenchuan Earthquake, she took the initiative to get in touch with psychologists, and created programmes for post-disaster psychological relief in the shortest possible time. For the past 20 years she has made outstanding contributions to the development of distance education for nursing, the cultivation of on-the-job health personnel at the grassroots level and in remote areas, and the mental health of the public.
There is a department at the Open University of China (OUC) where foreign students come to take classes every month and education workers from all over the world often come to visit. This is the OUC Chinese Language Centre (CLC), staffed by a group of young, enthusiastic female teachers.
At 7:50 in the morning, Zhang Xiaohui, the general manager of the Weikeou Technology Company, entered the office on time and opened a laptop on the desk to start a busy day.
On June 1st and 2nd, 2017, a group consisting Open University of China (OUC) president Yang Zhijian, and vice president Qi Yanwei, went to Qinglong County, Hebei Province, to investigate poverty alleviating educational projects.