Auxiliary Network Education Platform Enables Students to Sit and Learn


          On June 20th and 21st, the Meeting of Night School Teaching Affairs was convened in SHNU College of Education, followed by discussions about the newly implemented auxiliary blackboard network teaching platform, guidance and management of graduation paper, and mutual acceptance of academic credits of night school curricula and teacher training.
          Featuring 5 majors of pedagogy, preliminary education, preschool education and public management, SHNU night school is composed of 12 branches. This program is developed to tackle the crux of low attendance of in-service students. Now there will be four courses that would take advantage of the Blackboard platform.
(Trans. by Rebecca)