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Promoting e-Teaching and e-Learning on Language Project
Chang, Kuo En
As there are more and more business opportunities in the rising Mainland China, the number of people learning the Chinese language has been increasing rapidly in recent years. Seeing such a huge Chinese learning market, the government of Mainland China has been vigorously marketing teachers and textbooks to various places throughout the world. At the same time, the government has been actively attracting foreign students to China to study Chinese and various other disciplines. The government has been actively building a strong brand in Chinese language teaching with the country‘s strengths and resources. Therefore, in order to change Taiwan into an important stronghold of Chinese language learning, Taiwan must establish differentiate educational models, tools, textbooks in response to Mainland China‘s policy and situation of Chinese language teaching, so as to find out its advantages in the field. Currently, Taiwan has advantages in IT and Communication industries, which lays down a solid foundation for its e-Learning & Digital Archives Program. Through the innovative application of digital technology, it can export Chinese language teaching solutions to the world, and establish its educational technology industry that can be marketed to the global market. In particular, with the expansion of the contents, platform, and service of Chinese language, Taiwan will have an opportunity to become a strategic center for the allocation of global resources of the Chinese language. In order to innovatively promote the application of Taiwan e-Learning & Digital Archives Program and the development of humanity, society, and industry of our country, and to present the Taiwan experience before international societies, so as to expand the international stage for Taiwan, ensure sustainable operation of the country‘s important cultural heritage, and develop the application of the e-learning industry in education, Ministry of Education, Industrial Development Bureau of Ministry Of Economic Affairs, Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission, National Science Council, and Council for Hakka Affairs had developed encouragement policies in 2008 in light of the vision of the 2nd Phase of the E-learning for the Chinese Language Project. National Palace Museum will also join this project in 2009, which will certainly consolidate the international standing of Taiwan in digital teaching of the Chinese language and spread Taiwan values effectively.
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