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|Other Titles:||A Study of the Present Situation and Problem for Driving the Digital Learning Network of Community College in Taiwan|
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
Facing the learning revolution of information technology, England, United States, and advanced countries have established digital learning networks and developed the lifelong learning systems in community. The community college as the core organization of community lifelong learning systems, it is urgent matter to establish the community digital learning network in accordance to this trend. The purposes of this study are: (1)Inquiring the developmental strategies of community digital learning networks in advanced countries; (2)Analyzing the present situation, the demand and the problem for community digital learning network of community college in Taiwan. This study summarized the developmental strategies of community digital learning networks from literature review, and convened a meeting of experts to develop the dimensions and contents of “The relative needs questionnaire for driving the digital learning network of community college in Taiwan”. There are 72 community colleges (e.g., it does not contain Aboriginal Community College) as the subject to collect the quantitative data with this questionnaire. We also developed some semi-structure questions according calculated quantitative data, and selected 9 community colleges from the North, Central, South, East in-depth interviews to collect the qualitative data. After the analysis and discussion of the data, we found the community colleges can’t drive digital learning network comprehensively, and have endorsed two opposed views, meanwhile, faced the problems of lacking of founds, professional manpower, cooperative partnerships and so on. This study summarized five conclusions and proposed five suggestions as the reference of driving community digital learning network of community college in Taiwan.
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