A New Model of Talent Cultivation through University-Industry Co-operation: Innovation of Teaching Methods for Digital Media and Film Majors

Jun Dong


This study endeavors to delve into the reform and innovation of the teaching methodology for digital media and film majors. The pressing demands of the rapidly evolving media industry, coupled with the inherent limitations of traditional teaching approaches, underscore the imperative need for a paradigm shift in media majors' instructional methods.The exposition begins by elucidating the fundamental concepts, characteristics, and the untapped potential of the University-Industry Cooperation talent cultivation model in media education. The discourse subsequently hones in on the innovation and optimization of teaching content and methodologies within the context of the University-Industry Cooperation talent cultivation model, emphasizing the pivotal role played by practical skill development. Through a meticulous analysis and evaluation of innovative strategies, the study posits recommendations for further refinement and enhancement.The findings underscore the vital significance and untapped potential of applying the University-Industry Cooperation Talent Cultivation Mode in media education, showcasing its efficacy in fostering comprehensive skill development and augmenting students' practical capabilities. This study serves as a crucial reference for media educators, fostering the ongoing reform and innovation in teaching methods and offering a glimpse into future research trajectories.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsss.v11i1.21515


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