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In this article, the current situation of online teaching of higher education in the information age was briefly described, and the characteristics of MOOC and SPOC was also analyzed and compared to propose and construct a new mode of post-MOOC online education based on "autonomous learning - collaborative learning – mixed learning and learning "SCH-SPOC teaching model; and taking the teaching of engineering graphics course exploration as an example, demonstrated the resource-sharing individualized learning mode, while co-teaching collaborative learning mode and flip classroom mixed learning The significance of the new model is to gradually break the traditional pattern of "full house".
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