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Title: 臺灣科技教育學系變革下學位論文研究趨勢:以共詞分析
Other Titles: Research Trends of Thesis and Dissertation in the Changing Departments of Technology Education in Taiwan: A Co-word Analysis
Authors: 方瑀紳
Yu-Shen Fang
Lung-Sheng Lee
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學教育學系
Department of Education,National Taiwan Normal University
Abstract: 為因應1990年代的師資培育多元化,臺灣南北兩所科技教育學系碩博士班的任務,從提供中小學生活科技師資進修教育與培育科技師資教育人員逐漸擴張,其任務擴張是師資培育系所組織變革的典型案例,變革方向也因而受到關注。本研究採文獻計量學方法,以「臺灣博碩士論文知識加值系統」1994~2013 學年20年間,合計1,262篇碩博士學位論文的摘要做為研究對象,運用自動化內容探勘工具BICOMB配合SPSS及UCINET進行分析,以瞭解臺灣科技教育學系變革下學位論文研究趨勢。結果發現:一、1994年師培多元化影響科技教育研究主題;二、當前研究集群朝向數位學習領域;三、學系研究發展主軸還不夠嚴謹;四、共詞網絡圖譜呈現集群與節點間緊密不足。研究結果除相當程度呈現科技教育研究趨勢和科技教育學系組織變革方向外,方法也可供其他領域和學系參考。
In response to the diversification of teacher education in the 1990s, the mission of the graduate programs in the two departments of technology education in north and south Taiwan has been expanded from both providing further education for school teaches of Living Technology and preparing technology teacher educators. This is a typical case of organizational change occurring in teacher education programs and its change direction has been concerned. This study used bibliometric methods and adopted "department of technology education" as the main keyword to search the abstracts of theses and dissertations completed in 1994-2013 academic years from "National Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations in Taiwan." A total of 1,262 thesis and dissertation abstracts were collected. The automated content mining tool BICOMB was used with SPSS and UCINET to conduct analyses. Four conclusions are made. In addition to the results of this study available to show research trends of technology education and organizational change directions of departments oftechnology education, the method is also available for other disciplines as well as departments/programs' reference.
Other Identifiers: EAA18D98-29BE-33CC-7D52-8976BC94FA7C
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