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AEMG Successfully Held the 3rd Cloud Campus Research Alliance President Forum

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AEMG Successfully Held the 3rd Cloud Campus Research Alliance President Forum

On 14th July 2017, the 3rd Cloud Campus Research Alliance President Forum hosted by AEMG was grandly held in Xi’an. The representatives from the alliance committees and member universities, as well as the president representatives from other participating universities of IEMC attended the forum.

The forum commenced at 15:30 pm, Ian Young, the president of Cloud Campus firstly  answered Alec’s question that why the cloud campus should be redesigned from the aspect of authorization, the current network situation in China, president Iain Watt added that the advantages of using cloud campus can unify the teaching mode at home and abroad. Then the representatives gave splendid speeches from the aspects of students’ participation, copyright issues, and suggestions on the construction of cloud platform, etc, and they had a heated discussion. The participants thought, with the system of allied management, the teachers and students will definitely be provided with a lot of learning chances for multi-campus and multi-discipline study.

The success of the forum laid a solid foundation for the well operation of Cloud Campus Research Alliance, and it was of great significance to the teaching and research development for the alliance member universities.