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Title: 資訊素養與商業教育結合之理念與實施
Other Titles: A Practical Application of Information Literacy in Business Education── Using a Web Site to Teach Lifelong Learning in Feng Chia University
Authors: 景祥祜
張簡誌誠
Hsiang-Hoo S. Ching
J. J. Chang-Chien
Issue Date: Oct-1999
Publisher: 國立台灣師範大學圖書資訊研究所
Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies
Abstract: 資訊素養融入專業課程的教學理念已愈來愈受到重視,但國內商業教育卻鮮少有 此一理念。本文首先探討現階段大學商業教育教學的概況,以反映資訊素養教育的重要性及 迫怍性。其次,討論大學體制內於商業教育課程中實施資訊素養教育的限制因素,進一步討 論如何誘導資訊素養結合商業教育理念,階段性策略的構思,接著說明理念實踐的過程,並 介紹逢甲大學商學專業網 Sunny Net 的理況, 分享初步的成果,且提出未來展望,以尋求 建立一個可以適用在我國商學專業學科的教學模式。
Although efforts to integrate information literacy throughout educational curriculums is growing, it has not received much attention in Taiwan's business education at the post-secondary level. The purpose of this study is to explain the developing role of information literacy in business education and to analyze the present institutional constraints in its implementation. This study presents a pioneering project, Sunny Net sponsored by Feng Chia University, which is a resource-based learning environment requiring web site maintenance in order to promote student initiative and to help students recognize when there is a need for information, to identify the information for that need, and to be able to locate, to evaluate, to effectively use that information, and to create a means of presenting the information in a useful and high quality manner. The project is a working model of the lifelong learning concept. As well, it is a practical means of teaching students to apply theoretical academic concepts to actual real world experiences. Lastly, it highlights information literacy as one of the essential skills required for future academic and career paths.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw//handle/77345300/15264
Other Identifiers: 5944B829-24F8-5436-68F2-EF3BB98CA520
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