Jul 13, 2022
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In the past few years, the word "slash" is the most popular word in the workplace, and the most popular on campus, except for "literacy" that is not understood, is the "transition" that colleges and universities think they understand and are in full swing. Domain (abbreviation: cross-domain)” teaching, why do you say that? I think "slash" and "cross-domain" are quite similar to a certain angle. " Slash " generally refers to "no longer satisfied with the work mode of a single occupation, but chooses a lifestyle with multiple occupations and identities". But I personally think that the slash is never Company banner design anything new, it's actually a "state", which as a result is that a person has more than one job (or identity). In terms of the process, there are "active" and "passive" points. The active person may have multiple interests, and he is not satisfied with only a single job, but wants to do a little bit of different jobs; the passive person cannot rely on only one job. I have to support my family, so I have to use part-time jobs to achieve my goals. In the same way, I think the current "cross-domain" on campus can also be viewed as active and passive. Is the school's cross-domain "useful"? The founder of the well-known online teaching platform "Hahow (Good School)" mentioned in his Podcast reading on Science and Technology Island at the end of 2019 that the top three areas where the most people "take courses" on the platform are: programming language, design, business management/ workplace. In other words, these three areas are the “unmet” needs of many people, whether they are in school or after entering the workplace.