Probe into the collaborative path of production-study-research in university

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Collaborative development of production -study-research in university is an important measure to improve the quality of talent cultivation in China. The so-called collaborative development of production-study-research, namely, enterprises, schools and scientific research institutions in the industry coordinate with each other, and give full play to advantages respectively, forming Integrated advanced systems for research, development and production, and also reflecting comprehensive advantage in the process of the whole system operation. Enterprises are the demand side of the talent and technology, universities and research institutes, through technological development and training students in teaching, provide enterprises with talents and technology to meet various needs in the process of enterprise production and ensure that the high-quality talents can get better development and adapt to the social environment. In this paper, the method of documentary and field interview are used, firstly, the current research status of the collaborative path of production -studyresearch in university is analyzed, reflecting the main perspective of the collaborative path construction of collaborative path of production -study-research in university. Secondly, the research results shows the involving condition for building collaborative path of production-study-research in university, indicating the significance of constructing material basis, strengthen the credibility foundation of the cooperative subject, coordinate the property rights of each subject as well as establish integration mechanism of production-teach-research, and it provides theoretical support for the further research work.

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Qiu, X., & Liu, Z. (2018). Probe into the collaborative path of production-study-research in university. Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 14(3), 1005–1010. https://doi.org/10.12973/ejmste/81191

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