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The Interpretation and Realization of the University's New Missions in the Post-Epidemic Era

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DOI: 10.23977/aduhe.2022.040803 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 561

Author(s)

Lianjin Tian 1, Sixiong Xu 1, Qingqiu Zhang 2

Affiliation(s)

1 Institute of Higher Education, Yibin University, No.8, Jiusheng Road, Yibin City, China
2 Department of Foreign Languages, Sichuan Tourism University, No.459, Honglin Road, Chengdu City, China

Corresponding Author

Lianjin Tian

ABSTRACT

It is inevitable for mankind to face epidemics, and fighting epidemics is a part of human history. Faced with COVID-19, mankind will experience eras of epidemic, post-epidemic and non-epidemic. The characteristics of the post-epidemic era determine that human society in the post-epidemic era has dual characteristics with development and anti-epidemic. Thus, the missions of universities have new connotation in the post-epidemic era, and to realize these missions, universities need to: design the types of online education focusing on the combination of content and technology, ideas and methods, and interest and process; choose scientific research methods to conquer the epidemic, and develop drugs and vaccines that offer long-term protection; promote the healthy development of the society through precaution and counselling, early warning and emergency response, and prevention and control; build a path leading to a community with a shared future for mankind, and focus on its theory and practice. As a result, human will have more confidence and strength fighting the epidemic, and human civilization will have new vitality.

KEYWORDS

Post-epidemic era, university, new mission

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Lianjin Tian, Sixiong Xu, Qingqiu Zhang, The Interpretation and Realization of the University's New Missions in the Post-Epidemic Era. Adult and Higher Education (2022) Vol. 4: 14-23. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/aduhe.2022.040803.

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