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网络时代的“小世界”特性使得获取免费公共教育资源成为可能，这种革命性的学习方式正以网络公开课的形式在世界范围内成为高等教育的研究热点。近年来世界名校的网络公开课如雨后春笋般竞相开启，而大型网络多媒体课程平台的建立更是极大地整合了优质的教育资源。此举是世界范围内无数莘莘学子受益终身。印度哲人克里希那穆提曾倡导“一生的学习”，然而在网络公开课的免费教育资源平台上，分享高质量的课程不再是一个“愿望”。网络公开课真是的“免费的午餐”么？面对卷帙浩繁的公开课如何取舍？如何优化选择？本文将对关于网络公开课的这些问题进行简要的分析和讨论。In the age of “small-world” on the Internet, the massively open online courses (MOOCs) have become cutting-edge methods to share the free educational resource worldwide. There are hundreds of courses held by universities or other integrative platform in recent 5 years, which benefit the knowledge lovers all over the world. Just like the Indian philosopher Krishnamurti recommended “Education and the Significance of Life”, it is possible that people share the MOOCs on the internet. However, is MOOCs free meal, and how do people optimally select the course? In this article, we will discuss and analyze these considerations in the way of summary.
From biological treatment to psychosomatic treatment, the involving changes are supposed to company with higher humanistic spirit, especially for modern psychiatrists, just as the saying “not only understand the disease, but also understand people”. In recent years, there are more and more misunderstandings between doctors and patients, even though the reasons are complex, lack of humanity may be one of them. So, we prompt the humanities of psychiatric residency by the excise of “the first-person narratives” which is derived from narrative medicine and humanity education in the process of standardized training of psychiatric residency. Through these applications, the residents could under the atmosphere of the century culture of our hospital and the direction of humanity experts and have a deeper understanding of humanistic spirit.