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  1. Introduction of the National Science & Technology Program for e-Learning Gwo-Dong Chen National Science & Technology Program Office for e-Learning

  2. Ideas of the e-learning program Expert Participation, Standard Promotion and Quality Insurance • Purposes • Develop Industry • Reinforce R&D • Domestic Welfare Innovation Technology Manpower • Enhance citizens ability in profession, art and culture • Enlarge Market Size • Cultivate Government e-learning ability • Network Science Park • Assist and Award • Market Expansion Research & Development E-Learning for Everyone Industry & Application

  3. Purposes Governmental participators National Palace Museum, Council for Cultural Affairs Council of Labor Affairs, Department of Health Ministry of Education Council for Hakka Affairs, Council of Indigenous People E-Learning for Everyone Industry & Application Ministry of Economic Affairs Industrial Development Bureau National Science Council Ministry of Economic Affairs Dep. of Industrial Technology Research & Development

  4. E-Learning for Everyone NPM e-Learning Course by National Palace Museum An hollowed out elephant tooth ball

  5. E-Learning for Everyone History of Ancient Architecture (Council for Cultural Affairs)

  6. E-Learning for Everyone Residential safety e-Learning for Labor Council of Labor Affairs

  7. E-Learning for Everyone Some websites produced by Council of Labor Affairs • Learning Portal • • Websites • E-learning for labor education httpt:// • Safety and Sanitation • Training for work • Instant Skill Certification • E-Learning website for labors • E-Learning coupons

  8. E-Learning for Everyone Courses made by Department of Health cirrhosis (of the liver), diabetes, ophthalmology, high blood pressure, apoplexy, asthma, rheumatic Spirit problem, kidney problem, fat, lost mind

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

  10. 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)

  11. In Standard • Cooperate with ADL, form Taiwan Partnership Co-Lab • An International standard organization, IMS, invited us join the definition of Chinese e-learning standard • SCORM is a common consensus of standard in Taiwan

  12. In Quality Insurance Domestic experts help define, review and enhance e-learning qualities • Define three level qualities, labeled ‘A’ ‘AA’ ‘AAA’ • Becoming ISO C36 • Products got certificated, got popular in Domestic and International Market

  13. E-Learning Software DevelopmentStandard Editorial Tools for Teaching Materials for Citizen Education-Course Go! Follow SCORM 2004/TWLOM Standard • Awards & Credits: • 2005-SCORM 2004 International Certification • 2006-Ministry of Education adopted Course Go! as production tools for e-Learning teaching materials for elementary and secondary schools nationwide. • Jan 2006-was invited by ADL to participate in The 2006 International Conference on SCORM 2004 • 2007-helps with the construction of distributed courseware management system for TKB • Technical Transfer Companies: • 2004-TAIWAN ONLINE PLUS, INC. ,BEST WISE INTERNATIONAL COMPUTING CO.,LTD. • 2005-Kang Hsuan Educational Publishing Group, Interserv international Inc. • 2006-Taiwan Knowledge Bank (TKB) • 2007-K&H MFG. CO., LTD.

  14. Building e-Learning Industry Value Chain • Help Administer『K12』e-Learning Industry Value Chain Integration Project: • Lower managerial cost by 50% for domestic e-Learning companies. • Integrate upstream and downstream companies to improve international competitiveness • Put industry investment at 1.04 NT billions, output value estimated 6.4 NT billions by 2010。 • Feedback project: initial investment in e-Learning worth of one billion to alleviate the deficiency of educational resource in remote areas e-Learning Industry Value Chain for K12 education Content Provider Digitalizer Platform Constructor Hardware Constructor Kang Hsuan Interserv SUN NET Micro-Star • Kang HsuanTechnical Transfer:Editorial Technology of Adaptive Teaching Materials • InterservTechnical Transfer:Production Tools for Teaching Materials-Simulated Teaching Objects Package Technology • SUN NET Technical Transfer:B2B Objects Trading Technology

  15. Web 2.0 Knowledge Map Learning Resource Management International Teaching Material Repository Async Learning Management of e-Learning Nsync Learning A Universal Brand Global Community Digital Archie Overseas Training Institute Chinese e-learning material and courseware Taiwan Chinese Learning Industry Qualified Teachers Future Applications: Chinese Learning Service Platform   Standard Courses  Real-Time Interpreter

  16. In Collaboration with Educational Institutions to Promote Last Mile Project Ming-hsin University ofScience and TechnologyDepartment of Information Management, Department of Computer Science, 12 courses,684 visitors Lunghwa University of Technology  and Science Department of Computer Science 3 courses,178 visitors Ling Tung University Department of Information Management 4courses, 256 visitors Chia Nan University of Pharmacy & Science Department of Information Management 15 courses, 662 visitors There are 5 institutions, 6 departments in total participating in this project. 37 courses are being offered and the student number mount to 1,916 persons. 60.4% of trainees, which is 1,158 students took ITE test. 364 people passed the exam and the passing rate is 31.4%。 Meiho Institute of Technology Department of Information Management 3 courses, 136 visitors

  17. Expansion of Knowledge Net: in Alignment with e-Learning 2.0Learning environments shift from course centric to knowledge centric, and through the insertion of instructional activities, the learning platforms are more user-oriented. Course centric Knowledge centric Beyond E-learning,ASTD International Conference-Dallas, May 7 and 8, 2006, Marc J.Rosenberg

  18. Program effects: before and after

  19. 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

  20. Executive Strategies • Enlarge research topics • Enlarge research teams • Enhance collaboration with international top research teams • Enhance academia-industry collaboration and technology transfer

  21. 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

  22. 2001.1-2006.12Papers by country Data Source: ISI web of science

  23. 2001.1-2006.12 Paper Citations Data Source: ISI web of science

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

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

  26. Future work • Enlarge the academia impact on education and industry development • Form some famous International companies and products • Establish the overseas e-learning services • Target Chinese as second language e-learning • Cooperate with digital archive, and international partners

  27. THE ENDThanks for your time and attention