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China Digitising Education for Lifelong Learning

Vice Minister of Education and Director of the Chinese National Commission for UNESCO Chen Jie attended the International Symposium on “Digital Transformation Reshaping Lifelong Learning for All” in Shanghai where he emphasised that lifelong education for all is a key driver of sustainable development.

The new round of scientific and technological revolution and industrial transformation exemplified by digital technology has profoundly altered the production, life, and learning of humans, created new job and skill requirements, altered the existing learning mode and education form, and prompted new requirements for lifelong learning for all.

Chen Jie stated that China places a high priority on promoting lifelong learning for all through the digitisation of education. China’s Twentieth National Congress established the objective and responsibility of promoting the digitalisation of education and constructing a learning society.

The nation is actively constructing and continuously optimising a lifelong learning system for everyone, constructing a national smart education platform, providing high-quality digital learning resources to the entire society, promoting the construction of learning units, enterprises, communities, and learning cities, and establishing a national university for the elderly to assist the elderly in learning. And actively engage in international learning exchanges and cooperation.

Chen Jie urged all nations to collaborate to advance the digital transformation of education and create a learning society in which everyone is a lifelong learner. The second objective is to strengthen digital education and assist individuals in acquiring fundamental skills to adapt to the digital age. The third objective is to strengthen cooperation and exchanges and assemble formidable forces to promote the digital transformation of continuous education.

Additionally, Northwestern Polytechnical University wants to follow the ideas of China’s 20th National Congress. They will follow Xi Jinping’s ideas for a new era and focus on building a strong network and digital infrastructure. Through the “Internet + education” programme, the nation wants to help the university’s different jobs become more digital and smarter.

Northwestern Polytechnical University did most of its work this year in four areas: One is building new infrastructure, which is mostly done so that a new wave of networks, data centres, and the Internet of Things (IoT) can be built.

The second is the building of tools for applications that should focus on making super Apps; and building intensive big platforms like college platforms. The third is data governance and application, which means improving data governance and building a method for managing data security.

The fourth is building up network security, which includes making the network security system even better, boosting the network security skills of secondary units, and putting in place a system where all party groups are responsible for network security. Five areas are where most of the work is done:

  1. Speed up the transition to digital and put the “Internet + Education” action plan into place.
  2. Improve overall management and push for the quality growth of work on computerisation.
  3. Pay close attention to data control and keep improving data support.
  4. Make sure the foundation is strong and do things that are useful and keep improving the information service skills.
  5. Set up a method for party committees to take responsibility and improve the network security system even more.

One of the ways the university plans to reach its goal is by turning specific goals into specific responsibilities and putting in place policies to set up a working system, promote information technology work quickly, and build a bridge to the digital campus and smart campus.


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