Since its inception in 2004, the “One Village, One University Student” (hereinafter referred to as the OVOUS program) , an educational program led by the Ministry of Education of China, has cultivated a large number of talents who have excellent management skills, which effectively promoted the economy in rural areas. Under the rural revitalization strategy, the ever-changing infrastructure construction in rural areas has also led to the development of rural modernized industries; and the development of these modernized industries is bound to put higher requirements on the quality of rural practitioners. The OVOUS program is deeply embedded and serves the rural grassroots. It should also keep pace with the times and continue to develop and innovate in the educational model. During the survey, we found that a large number of rural students have a strong demand for upgrading the original online courses, and the mechanical one-way teaching output can no longer meet their learning needs; and since the COVID-19 epidemic, many practical courses in the OVOUS program have encountered a big bottleneck in the implementation of teaching and interactions. And the teaching effect has been greatly affected, especially under the actual conditions of online interaction of the whole course, the quality of online interaction is not ideal. To inspire those students from rural areas to have stronger motivations in participating in the OVOUS program especially during post-epidemic era is the starting point of our research; and the purpose of our research is to discover the way to enable these students to learn better and achieve better performances through those effective online interactions.
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