Exploration of University Student Talent Cultivation for Innovative Entrepreneurship Based on the "Tutorial System"

Taking the Cultural Creation Project Published by Shanghai Sanlian Bookstore as an Example

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  • Fang Wu

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v10i3.11784

Keywords:

University student talent cultivation, Tutorial system, Innovative entrepreneurship projects, Publishing and cultural creation R&D.

Abstract

Enhancing the innovative entrepreneurial capabilities of contemporary university students and cultivating specialized application-oriented talents is one of the core issues in the field of higher education research in China at this stage. Among them, the practice teaching team based on the "tutorial system", which combines school professional teachers with frontline industry experts, can improve the societal value transformation of classroom theoretical teaching outcomes through industry-led "real-case, real-action" projects. This in turn promotes the industry participation of university faculty and student teams, further optimizing teaching modules and objectives. Taking the cultural creation project published by Shanghai Sanlian Bookstore as a case study, this article elaborates on the advantages of the "tutorial system" talent cultivation model in industry project collaboration, the application transformation of professional course knowledge points, and the realization of guided innovation achievements. This serves as a reference for the reform of university professional teaching and the construction of first-class specialties.

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Published

14 September 2023

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How to Cite

Wu, F. (2023). Exploration of University Student Talent Cultivation for Innovative Entrepreneurship Based on the "Tutorial System": Taking the Cultural Creation Project Published by Shanghai Sanlian Bookstore as an Example. International Journal of Education and Humanities, 10(3), 17-21. https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v10i3.11784

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