Teaching Reform and Practice of Online and Offline Hybrid Supply Chain Management Course
Keywords:Online and offline, Mixed teaching mode, Supply chain management, Curriculum Revolution
The implementation of online and offline mixed teaching mode completely subverts the traditional teaching mode, which not only realizes the expansion and extension of teaching resources, but also changes the roles of teachers and students, and highlights students' dominant position, thus significantly improving students' learning efficiency. Online and offline hybrid teaching is the combination of classroom teaching and network teaching, which makes the teaching of supply chain management course no longer limited by time and space. Students can preview before class and review after class through mobile terminals such as mobile phones and tablets, which is helpful for students to consolidate what they have learned and apply what they have learned.
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