On July 25, 2016, the OUC Teacher Development Centre and the Experimental School successfully concluded their jointly held Active Learning for Tutors project.

About the author:

Qiu Zhaoliang, doctor of management, senior economist, PMP, founder of the research centre for learning organization and the Chinese learning organization network.

About the author:

The author is deputy director of the Institute of Modern Education Technology. He is a graduate student supervisor and an academic leader at Sun Yat-Sen University (SYSU). He served as a member of the ninth, tenth and eleventh Guangdong Provincial Committees of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), and a spokesman for the education sector at the Eleventh CPPCC Guangdong Provincial Committee.

About the author:

The author is deputy director of the Institute of Modern Education Technology. He is a graduate student supervisor and an academic leader at Sun Yat-Sen University (SYSU). He served as a member of the ninth, tenth and eleventh Guangdong Provincial Committees of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), and a spokesman for the education sector at the Eleventh CPPCC Guangdong Provincial Committee. He is a standing member of China Zhi Gong Party Guangdong Provincial Committee, and a member of the Guangdong Writers Association.

The first seminar with the theme of “Online Tutorials” held by the Teacher Development Centre of the Open University of China (OUC) was completed on June 15, 2016.

With the rapid development of mobile communication technology and the increasingly maturity of mobile education, informal learning is drawing attention in international educational technology circles, and resource-based autonomous learning is becoming more and more important.

Education in China has long faced issues such as uneven resource allocation, an imbalanced investment and output ratio, and low quality education level.

I. Introduction

The Government Work Report delivered at the Third Session of the Twelfth National People’s Congress first mentioned the need to “develop an Internet internet Plus plus action plan to integrate mobile Internet, cloud computing, big data, and the Internet of Things with modern manufacturing, and to encourage the healthy development of e-commerce, industry networks, and internet banking.” Although education is not specifically referred to in the “Internet Plus Industry Action Plan”, Internet Plus represents an inevitable trend in education development, and open education has long been deeply integrated with internet technology.