Distance education had sufficient technical capabilities before the novel coronavirus outbreak, but its advantages were not reflected in the normalized school running model. In the early stage of the pandemic, many students were affected and could not return to school. Many schools implemented online teaching to avoid delaying classes. After the alleviation of the pandemic, several colleges and universities taught students with a combination of online and offline methods after returning to school. The integration of online and offline teaching is conducive to the overall improvement of teaching quality in colleges and universities. This paper summarizes the shortcomings of the existing online and offline integrated education model in the teaching of traditional Chinese medicine classics in hope to further optimize the modern education system of traditional Chinese medicine courses.
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