Cultivation of Students’ Autonomous Learning Ability in Application-oriented Universities


  • Lingling Lou Zhejiang Yuexiu University



autonomous learning ability, cultivation, application-oriented universities


In the knowledge society nowadays, the responsibility of education is not only to impart knowledge to students but also to enable students to have the ability of autonomous learning. Autonomous learning ability is the foundation of all kinds of abilities. Improving college students’ autonomous learning ability plays an important role in cultivating high-quality talents and realizing their all-around development. Based on a brief introduction of the connotation of autonomous learning, this paper starts by discussing the necessity of cultivating college students’ autonomous learning ability. Then, combined with the questionnaire survey, the paper analyzes the current status of students’ autonomous learning ability in application-oriented universities, discusses the deep-seated reasons for undergraduates’ lack of autonomous learning ability, and puts forward some countermeasures to cultivate college students’ autonomous learning ability.

Author Biography

Lingling Lou, Zhejiang Yuexiu University

School of English Language


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