Xiangping Cui, associate professor, Lanzhou University (China)
Lin Ding, faculty mentor
Intercollegiate collaborative learning is considered one of the important ways to promote educational equity and balanced development of education. Under Belt and Road Initiative, transnational intercollegiate collaborative learning started to get widespread attention and universal implementation. Therefore, this paper aims to explore the creation and cultivation strategies of transnational intercollegiate collaborative learning community in the context of the Belt and Road.
The paper sorts out the typical intercollegiate collaborative learning communities at home and abroad with the content analysis method, analyzes the basic structure of the transnational intercollegiate collaborative learning communities with the deductive method, and proposes a community creation and cultivation strategy based on transnational intercollegiate collaborative learning activities using the inductive method.
Transnational intercollegiate collaborative learning in the context of the Belt and Road is a complex task with intercultural and interdisciplinary nature. Therefore, it is hoped that this research can inspire more researchers to care and think about this topic, jointly promote the realization of the vision and goal of transnational intercollegiate collaboration, build connections and provide talent support for the Belt and Road world education community.