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1 1 Results and experiences of the Taiwan National program in e-learning Gwo-Dong Chen Director of National E-learning Program Office

2 2 Introduction of the Taiwan e-Learning Program in Governmental Organization and its operation Office of the president Executive Yuan National Science Council (NSC) Ministry of Education (MOE) Council of Labor Affairs (CLA) Bureau of Health ) (BOH Council for Culture Affairs (CCA) Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) Industrial Development Bureau Industrial Technology Department Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP) Council for Hakka Affairs (CHA) National Palace Museum (NPM) Overseas Compatriot Affairs Commission Taiwan National Program in e-learning & Program Office $ Fund for the Development of Science and Technology & Technology Budget Policies /Budget

3 mindset Three tracks of learning and training –Formal education K-12,University MOE –Workforce [after formal education] CLA –Cooperate training [IDB MOEA] –Citizen (everyone) Health, culture, minority tribe language E-learning service and courseware providers –E-learning industries –Universities Assure quality and sharing 3

4 strategies Demand side driven –Create demand of government and industries –Improve e-learning technology capabilities –Assure quality and sharing [reuse] Platform, service, content Committee organization of e-learning program office –University professors, government officials, –Experts of government supported institute –E-learning industries 4

5 slogan Meet the happiness of learning 5

6 6 Goals and Budgets of the program A five-year national program from 2003 to 2007 Another five years from –Research and Development –Industry and Application –E-Learning for Everyone Year Total Budgets Million USD Budgets

7 7 Organization & Program Office Convener: Prof. Chao-Han Liu –Vice President, Academia Sinica –Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois –Academician (Fellow), Academia Sinica –Fellow, IEEE Co-Convener: Prof. Shing-Tsaan Huang –Fellow, IEEE –K.T. Lee Chair Professor, National Central University Chief executive officer & Office director: Prof. Gwo-Dong Chen –Director, Research Center for Science and Technology for Learning, National Central University –Professor, CSIE, National Central University

8 8 Brief of the results

9 9 Department of Health project name: e medical school Vision/Objectives –Educate the public knowledge of disease prevention and health care –Help chronic patients and their family self-care –Enrich professional information and knowledge for doctors/nurses –Narrow the digital divide of those knowledge Policies/Strategies –Build e-learning platform and online courses for public, patients, family, professional (doctors, nurses) –Certification as promotion in Public servant system –Learning passport for public –Cooperate with working place, school, and hospital clinical diagnosis Results –10 major categories of chronic diseases, 96 types, 201 hours courses Websites –http://fms.doh.gov.tw/

10 10 New Digital Learning Environment Technology Research Five Years Project by Ministry of Economic Affairs/ Industrial Technology Department Vision –Create a New Digital Learning Environment afford for learning anytime anywhere Strategies –Develop advanced e-Learning technology to expand the economic scale of e-learning industry Results –SCORM 1.2/2004 Learning Suit (Authoring Tool 、 LMS 、 LCMS) –Patents applied : 72 cases –Technology transfer income : NT$ 49,812,000 Website: Contact National Learning Content Sharing Portal Chart Effects –Establish Taiwan first K9 e-learning industry supply chain to prosper of the e-learning industry Commerce investment attracting : NT$ 260,000,000 Estimation of industrial value-added in 2010 : NT$ 900,000,000 –Establish national learning content sharing portal to benefit 2.93 million teachers and students

11 11 Council of Labor Affairs Project Name: e-learning for labors Vision/Objectives –On-the-job labors or people waiting for work can have various learning channels Policies/Strategies –Provide labors with e-learning courses of rights and interests, combining with job training courses, safety and sanitation knowledge, tests for skill certification Results/Effects –Provide labors high quality e-learning environment Websites/Contact address –Learning Portal E-learning for labors httpt://cla.hilearning.hinet.nethttpt://cla.hilearning. Safety and Sanitation Job training Instant Skill Certification E-Learning coupons

12 12 Council of Labor Affairs Project Name: Narrow Digital Divide Vision/Objectives –Narrow the Digital Divide for elementary, unemployed, or disable labors Policies/Strategies –Use e-learning and special learning devices to help those people Results/Effects –Enhance the computer abilities for labors and the handicapped Websites/Contact address –Solution for Investment of industrial talents –E-learning for the handicapped

13 13 Industry Development Strategies –Demand Side Driven –Industry-Government-Academia Cooperation Standards Quality Certifications Best Practices –Network Science Park Learning Portal Knowledge Forum

14 14 Industrial Results Average CAGR is 67% in Taiwan, above the IDC prediction of global CAGR (26.6%) Data Source: IDC worldwide Corporate eLearning, P.7(2004, December)

15 15 In Standard Build an integrated e-learning resource repository 1.Cooperate with ADL, form Taiwan Partnership Co-Lab 2.An International standard organization, IMS, invited us join the definition of Chinese e-learning standard 3.SCORM is a common consensus of standard in Taiwan

16 16 In Quality Assurance Domestic experts help define, review and enhance e-learning qualities –Define three level qualities, labeled ‘A’ ‘AA’ ‘AAA’ –Submit & report our quality standard in ISO C36 –Products got certificated, got popular in Domestic and International Market [promoting international acceptance of our certificates certification center –A certification center under program office to certificate e-learning service and courseware

17 17 Academia Development in Taiwan 80s: Computer-supported education initiated by National Science Council (NSC) & Ministry of Education 90s: NSC established research groups about information education & encouraged publication in well-known international journals. 2000s: Conduct large-scale e-learning relevant research activities

18 18 Executive Strategies 1.Enlarge research topics 2.Enlarge research teams 3.Enhance collaboration with international top research teams 4.Enhance academia-industry collaboration and technology transfer

19 19 Academia Status in Taiwan Six SSCI e-learning Journals –Computers & Education –Journal of Computer Assisted Learning –Educational Technology & Society –ETR&D-Educational Technology Research and Development –Innovations in Education and Teaching International –British Journal of Educational Technology

20 Papers by country No.1No.2No.3No.4No.5 C&E England (101) USA(61)Taiwan(35) Australia(17) Greece(16) JCAL England(90)Taiwan(46)USA(24)Netherland s(18) Australia(17) ET&S USA(60) Netherlands(1 9) Greece(18)Taiwan(18)England (17) ETR&D Taiwan(1)No.22 USA(126)Netherland s(14) South Korea(6) Canada(5)Mauritius (4) IETI England(79) Australia(16) Taiwan(13)Scotland (11) USA(10) BJET Taiwan(22)No.7 England (182) USA(67) Australia(59) Scotland (47) Netherland s(30) Total England (470) USA(203)Taiwan (135) Australia(121) Netherlands ( 99) Data Source: ISI web of science

21 Paper Citations No.1No.2No.3No.4No.5 C&E USA(61) Citation 110 England (10 1) 90 Taiwan(35) 69 Greece(16) 44 Australia(17) 6 JCAL England(90) 110 Taiwan(46) 94 USA(24)38Netherland s(18)24 Australia(17) 25 ET&S Netherlands(19) 27 England (17) 16 Greece(18) 14 USA(60)12Taiwan(18) 5 ETR&D Taiwan(1)0 USA(126) 209 Netherland s(14) 33 South Korea(6) 9 Canada(5) 1 Mauritius (4) 2 IETI England(79) 25 Australia(16) 2 Taiwan(13) 12 Scotland (11) 3 USA(10)3 BJET Taiwan(22)31 England (182) 159 USA(67)41 Australia(59) 29 Scotland (47) Netherland s(30)14 Total USA(203) Citation 413 England (470) 400 Taiwan (135) 211 Netherlands ( 99)145 Australia(121) 65 Data Source: ISI web of science

22 22 Pioneer Research in Taiwan 1.Learning companion (Tak-Wai Chan) 2.Web-based portfolio studies (Gwo-Dong Chen) 3.Internet literacy and ethics studies (Chien Chou) 4.Networked concept mapping (Kuo-En Chang) 5.Epistemology in networked learning (Chin-Chung Tsai)

23 23 Pioneer Research in Taiwan (Cont.) 6.Mobile & informal learning (Jin-Ping Sheu, Yao-Ting Sung) 7.Technology enhanced classroom learning (Cheng-Chung Liu & Tak-Wai Chan) 8.Large online learning communities (Shelley Young) 9.Authoring tools for teachers (Yao-Ting Sung) 10.Learning by posing questions (Fu-Yun Yu) 11.Digital language learning and distributed cognition (David Wible & Chin-Hwa Kuo)

24 24 THE END Thanks for your time and attention


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