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|Other Titles:||Current Status and Perspectives of the Technology Literacy Education for Middle and High Aged Adults|
National Taiwan Normal University Department of Technology Application and Human Resource Development
The purpose of this study is to explore the promotion of technology Literacy in Middle Aged Adults to analyze its structure and outlook for the future. This study conducted Document analysis, interviews and questionnaire analysis to analyze the regulatory aspects and institutional courses, as well as the needs of people in of lifelong education. The three lifelong education institutions in the Kaohsiung and Pingtung regions and learners were researched and analyzed. The results are as follows: (1) the technology Literacy courses provided by lifelong Literacy service institutions are still narrow and insufficient; (2) lifelong education groups have strong demand for technology Literacy that transcends gender, area, and original occupation type; (3) the 61~70 age group has a strong demand for technology education in lifelong education; (4) realization of technology Literacy in lifelong education can allow for the pursuit of social justice and conform to the spirit of the law. It is hoped that relevant sectors can form cross-industry alliances or pursue collaboration in the industry, government, and academia to increase the breadth of lifelong technology education to truly implement the promotion of technology education in lifelong education.
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