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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 http://elearning.npm.gov.tw/ An hollowed out elephant tooth ball

  5. E-Learning for Everyone History of Ancient Architecture (Council for Cultural Affairs) http://case.cca.gov.tw/case3/

  6. E-Learning for Everyone Residential safety e-Learning for Labor Council of Labor Affairs http://cla.hilearning.hinet.net/

  7. E-Learning for Everyone Some websites produced by Council of Labor Affairs • Learning Portal • http://www.cla.gov.tw • Websites • E-learning for labor education httpt://cla.hilearning.hinet.net • Safety and Sanitation http://www.iosh.gov.tw/laboredue.htm • Training for work http://el.evta.gov.tw • Instant Skill Certification http://etest.org.tw/evta/pm • E-Learning website for labors http://openstudy.evta.gov.tw • E-Learning couponshttp://www.et.nat.gov.tw

  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 http://fms.cto.doh.gov.tw/DOH/index2.jsp

  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