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Future development and vision of digital learning and archive in taiwan 2011

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Future development and vision of digital learning and archive in taiwan 2011

  1. 1. Future Development and Vision of Digital Learning and Archive in Taiwan Digital Education Institute Institute for Information Industry Nov.25, 2011
  2. 2. Agenda• Introduction of Digital Education Institute• Drivers of Change in Learning• Global e-Learning industry analysis• Future development and vision of Digital Learning and Archive in Taiwan 2
  3. 3. DEI Service Introduction Education Service Design Education ServiceConsultation IT Certification E-learning ServiceProject Development & On-the-Job Training Program Incubation Digital Education Industry Development Research on IT Manpower & Service Needs 3
  4. 4. Training Capacities Chung-Li Training Center (at National Central Univ) 桃 園 台北縣 縣 新竹縣 宜蘭縣 苗栗縣 Middle Area Training ICT Training Center Center 台中縣 (with Feng Chia Univ) 花 ITES Training Center 彰化縣 蓮 南投縣 雲林縣 縣 e-Learning Center 嘉義縣 Digital Content Center 台南縣 高雄縣 台東縣 屏Kaohsiung Training 東 Center 縣(at National Kaohsiung Normal Univ) Total Training Capacity: 60 Labs/1600 Persons 4
  5. 5. Agenda• Introduction of Digital Education Institute• Drivers of Change in Learning• Global e-Learning industry analysis• Future development and vision of Digital learning and archive in Taiwan 5
  6. 6. Drivers of Change in Learning•2011World Economic Forum Country Sustainability driven •PISA Reading LiteracyCountry Competitiveness ranked •Competitiveness breakthrough ranked 23rd in 2009, 16th in13th , same as year 2010 •Civic quality 2006Formal education driven Technology driven •Globalization•9yr to12yr formal •Service OrientedIn the year of 2014 •Cloud computing• What kinds of teaching fields •Digital devices• What kinds of assessments• What kinds of teaching methods No. of Population change(%) Population driven Year Birth Age Age Age (1000) 0-14 15-64 Over 65 •Low birthrate 1989 315 27.5 66.5 6.0 •More aging population 2009 191 16.3 73.0 10.6 6
  7. 7. Country Competitiveness driven Strong Industry、Weak talent WEF 2011- Country competitiveness IMD 2011- Competitiveness Scoreboard: JP(#9)TW(#13)KR(#24)SN(#2)CN(#26) SN(#3)TW(#6)CN(#19)KR(#22)JP(#26) • TW facing serious talent loss• Taiwan good at tech environment problem, hard to recruit great people, and design but lack of talent with hurt industry competitiveness in the Int’l view Country Industry long run Competitiveness Competitiveness• Shall focus more on Eliciting Communication • Shall promote work competencies, method to strengthen personal provide certificate upgrade system discovery ability through ICT for worker, revitalize talent training Discovery Problem tech and applied to all civics system, increase industry Solving AND all learning fields in TW, competitiveness increase country competitiveness • TW bounded by traditional education thinking and pressure on school ICT entrance exam, ignore on children’s• TW society becomes indifferent, focus Adaptiveness Creativity more on school exam performance but creativity cultivation, hard to educate less on morality, whole person care, talent for 21th century Critical which increase potential risk and Social Thinking Personal problems , dangers to society and daily Competitiveness Competitiveness • Shall accompanied with NEW K12 life formal education to reduce exam pressure and use eliciting to develop• Shall promote citizen 2.0 to our society student’s core competency, increase in digital age, increase social personal competitiveness competitiveness 7
  8. 8. Reading Literacy driven Emphasize on Math but Humanities• TW Reading Literacy Ranking – PIRLS : NO.22 in 2006, lower than mean of all Why? participants • Lowest ratio of all participants on self-interest on studying after school – OECD PISA Global ranking • Scientific literacy ranking down to 12th, Math literacy ranking down to 5th and Reading literacy ranking down to 23th in 2009 • Self-interest on reading ratio for 4th grade school student is the lowest (24%) among all participant countries – According to PIRLS and PISA, students in TW lack of reading comprehensive ability and analyzing ability 8
  9. 9. Education system driven More on assessment, less creativityEducation purpose compare Teacher’s time allocation 10% Eliciting # 5% •Ability # •Morality Adjust student ability •Basic ability diagnosis 85% •Experiment And adjustment •Outdoor School entrance activities •Teaching method * •Routine assignment # •Exam assessment # * Student’s time allocation 20% * 10% Morality oriented Ability oriented * •Creativity cultivation •Basic ability cultivation 70% •Sport competition And adjustment # School entrance # •Formal curriculum * •After school tutoring * •Exam preparation * 9
  10. 10. Population structure driven Low fertility rate, more ageing population Formal Working Society dividend • Highest demographic • K formal education dividend • Highest demographic Age 0-24 GDP GDP 12 Age Doing Things Never Done Before 20 Learning efficiency 15 30 K US dollar K US dollar Age 25-64 - 64 Doing Better Things 74 Productivity % Age over 65 Doing Same Things Better Social participation10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30Admission : begins No. of Birth= No. of Death soars 65 65 大 65 Admission: Admission: Admission: to demographic onus • Turn demographic dividend 大 歲 歲學 歲 學 > > > 24 18 14 16 20 . . 6 % Ageing society % Ageing society % 2012-2017 萬小 Population 3小 小 萬小學 DD 73% steady 學 structure 學 學22 13 17 . changes 16 .萬 % Foreigner 6 6, 萬 萬大學 No. of Population change(%)31 Year Birth Age Age Age Total Age 15-64 population (unit:10k) Year. 9 (1000) 0-14 15-64 Over 65 (100k) Sub 15-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64萬 1989 315 27.5 66.5 6.0 2010 2,316.5 1,704.6 319.6 391.7 365.0 368.3 259.9 2009 191 16.3 73.0 10.6 2020 2,343.7 1,689.8 265.3 327.3 391.6 355.1 350.5 2030 2,330.1 1,511.5 186.9 273.4 328.7 382.3 340.3
  11. 11. Summary• Country competitiveness driven- Strong Industry, Weak Talent – Raise individual competency• Reading literacy driven- More on math, less humanities – Raise reading comprehensive ability• Education system driven- More on assessment, less creativity – Adjust assessment mechanics, use eliciting method• Population structure driven- Low fertility rate, more ageing population – Utilize learning tech, fulfill ”Doing Things Never Done Before”• Technology driven- Globalization, Integration, Socialization – Transform into learning tech service, sustainability issue 11
  12. 12. Agenda• Introduction of Digital Education Institute• Drivers of Change in Learning• Global e-Learning industry analysis• Future development and vision of Digital learning and archive in Taiwan12
  13. 13. Global e-Learning market summary 2010年Global e-Learning market around 42.8 billion US dollar,Annual growth rate 10%, North America occupies 67.7%;European market next (UK, Denmark, Finland and France is better);Asian market next (China, Japan, Korea is better). Estimated to reach 65.5 billion US dollar in 2014, North America growth rate is 7.3% from 2009 to 2014, 15% for Europe, 21.2% for Asia, 41% for China. Billion US 800 北美 歐洲 亞洲 65.5 58.9 600 136 53.0 112 47.9 91 42.8 78 133 400 38.9 62 101 116 52 89 76 66 200 386 338 361 290 312 271 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014資料來源:韓國2011-2015年數位學習發展及活絡計畫;拓墣產業研究所整理,2011/06 13
  14. 14. e-Learning projects in major countries North America Japan Korea China UKKey  Office of Edu. Tech.  MIC  MKE  Central people’s Govt  Bectaentity  U.S Dept. of Edu.  MEXT  KeLIA  MoE  Dfes  MCST  National Center for  JISC Education TechnologyLast 5 yr  Raise capability of STEM  u-Japan  Basic plan for  Action plan for  e-strategic planprojects  National Education Plan  原口 vision development and Invigorating education  Next Generation  Ready to learn TV  Future School activation of e-Learning 2003-2007 Learning program grants industry 2006-2010  11th Five-Year Plan  JISC national  School New Deal  Basic plan for  China mid term outline ebooks Plan development and of education reform and observation activation of e-Learning development project industry 2011-2015Direction  Form investment funding  Integrate ICT and  Education environment  Integration Tech and  Teaching for tech and education education system  Talent training classroom environment material integration into classroom  Skill development  Teaching material database  Form innovation funding  ICT talent database  Enhance ICT  Standard and certificate help research and skill training for school  Distance learning connection in  Digital textbook  Cooperation with  Digital textbook network and system for school  Learning device develop business to develop quality urban place  Individual multimedia materials for  eBag learning kidsMarket 2,151 billion yen 100 billion yen 159.39 billion yen 593.5 billion yen 526.7 billion yenShare Note: Taiwan 29 billion, 3,188/each 資料來源:拓墣產業研究所整理,2011/8Populatio 0.3billion 0.13 billion 48 million 1.34 billion 60 millionn 7,160 yen/each 779 yen/each 3,319 yen/each 442.7 yen/each 8,769 yen/each 14
  15. 15. Korea e-Learning development plan 2011-2015 Ranked 4th Smart Learning Country in the world Vision (Smart Learning, Smart Korea) 350 270 2.9 3.7 210 2.3 Target 2009 2012 2015 2009 2012 2015 Market value (trillion) No. of Employee(million) Quality Smart e-Learning User Dominate Export expansion Strategy Quantity Online learning Supplier Dominate Internal Demand Improve e-Learning eco system Utilize e-Learning application Policy Direction Free market environment Develop e-learning structure Promote e-Learning application to company Prepare e-learning product, business, Expand e-Learning usage in public service certificate system Support minority by using e-Learning Strengthen innovative skill and talent Expand e-Learning export market e-Learning research ability e-learning export multi channel e-learning SOP Global business cooperation e-learning professional training資料來源:韓國數位學習產業發展委員會;拓墣產業研究所整理,2011/6
  16. 16. Country e-Learning performance comparison 2011 2015Environment Experiment PISA1(09) WEF2 Environment Experiment Development•Ranked 3rd online •Promote & •Reading:# (Overall:#9) (4b US dollar) • Prevent theuser upgrade Digital 8 •Basic:#28 • 100% High •10m tablet for occurrence of•Upgrade school TV/equ. in •Math:#9 •Efficiency:#11 speed wireless each K12 student advanced digital techcomputer and equ. schools •Science:#5 •Innovation:#3 environment • All lectures talent gap(2b US dollar) •Future school (2/3) (1/3) digitized and •Enrich academic project built up 30% usage ratio info. education edu. cloud (i-Japan 2015)•Upgrade school •Provide IPTV •Reading:# (Overall: #24) • Built up (2.1b US dollar) •Digital Homebroadband (31 m learning service 2 •Basic:#29 wireless and •Tablet replace •Smart TrainingUS dollar) •eBag •Math:#4 •Efficiency#22 cloud service for school bag, all (Assure economic experiment •Science:#6 •Innovation:#18 each school K12 schools efficiency and safety (50m US dollar) (1/3) (3/3) information • Fullfill IBT3 of hi-risk but hi-value National level job)•Built up 6,500 e- •30 K12 schools •Reading:# (Overall: #13) assessmentliteracy classroom, adopt ebag 23 •Basic:#15 • Built up Edu. • Develop •Provide education25,700 e-classroom experiment •Math:#5 •Efficiency:#16 tech service e-learning content cloud service towith basic equ. •Promote ebook •Science:#1 •Innovation:#10 frame stream service school and adult(16.6b from 2009 library service 2 (2/3) educationfor 4 yrs) (3/3) •Develop impact index of e-learning and social economic 1:PISA, OECD 2:WEF competitiveness 2011-2012 report 3:Internet-Based Training 16
  17. 17. Summary Year of 2015 is a turning pointOECD PISA 2015- scientific literacy test•A new Collaborative Problem Solving assessment • 2015 Korea:2.1 bl, all k12 schools adopt ICT in Learningwill be added. • 2015 Japan:Digitized textbook for all K12• Greater use of computer-based testing •2011 China:General administration of press and pub. Big scope to use ICT To include reading device in 12/5 plan in Learning •2015 Turkey:2 bl, 15 m tablets for schools •2014 Canada : bf 2014, Eminata Group & Pearson digitized all curriculum to serve 38 campus, over 14,000 students •AMAZON:Digital textbook rental service, 30~360 period, daily pricing, 80% off regular price Innovative Business •CourseSmart:No.1 in digital textbook serving NorthKey point: 2015 model America, provide rental service, include over 14 thousand course materials, nearly cover 90% of all requirement in higher education. Over 1 m teacher open acct, 60% off regular price Reading behavior • 2015:1/4 academic textbook digitized in U.S. User experience • 2010:Survey shows 8% of university students own reading device, 15% in 2011, grows nearly 2 times 17 資料來源:資策會教研所整理 2011年8月
  18. 18. Agenda• Introduction of Digital Education Institute• Drivers of Change in Learning• Global e-Learning industry analysis• Future development and vision of Digital learning and archive in Taiwan18
  19. 19. Digital Learning and Archive dev. progress In Taiwan 2003-2012 Market value • Reinvent e-learning need to reinvent quality learning mechanics for next gen. Before the serious change of birth rate and aging population, we 500 Business 目標值 0.7 bl to 49.5 bl taiwan dollar industry for digital age, 智慧教室 including redesign 450 Industry 學習終端 licensing model, institution business 400 數位典藏 • Integrate innovative model and learning Legislation 平台教材服務 learning community method • Integrate education 350產 and archive businesses 290 Talent 年成長率% • Apply e-learning tech (Target 275)值 Formal Learning( 300新 • Built up industry to govt. entities Standard 27.17台 value chain幣 250 • e-Learning talent 495億 54.54 training 172 31.58% Career Learning Skill元 • Int’l company (Target 169) 200 25) apply e-learning 363 19 e-Chinese 150 successfully (Target 130) Social Learning 20.26% Digital 100 23.86% Licensing archive 184 153 mechanics 120 134 50 SchoolIndustry built up Market Expansion Model Transform 0 96年 97年 98年 99年 100年 101年 19
  20. 20. Citizen capability toward sustainability Capability to learn and create  21th Century Core issue – Creativity, Innovation – Global view, Int’l collaboration – Critical thinking and Problem solving – Civic morality, Health care – Communication and Cooperation – Economics, Finance, Business Capability to use tech, media and information – Information Usage – Media adaptiveness – ICT tech control Capability to live and work – Flexibility and Applicability – Affirmative and Self directed learning – Embrace Multi culture – Productivity and accountable – Leadership and Responsibility 20
  21. 21. Employee Competency cultivation Decision making ability  Team work ability Planning ability  Multi cultural adaptiveness Royalty  Self assessment on job performance Creativity  Problem solving ability Knowledge deliver  Knowledge discover and reform ability (communication ability)  Willingness to learn new stuff and skill Critical thinking and analyzing ability Source:Stanford University 21
  22. 22. e-Learning Next 10 years in TW Digital campus Digital HomeLearning Service Aggregator Entrepreneur Uni. Devices, Learning Materials/ Admin. sys, Assessment, SAAS model smart class, portal/ curriculum Virtual tutor After schoolPay as you use integration service production service tutor service PAAS modelPay as you use Learning Service Provider IAAS modelPay as you use
  23. 23. Vision of Digital education and Archive Towards 8 Topics:Buildings & Grouds、Energy Design Future & Water、Food & Drink、Global Sustainability Dimension、Culture Participation、 Drivers of Change Local Well-being、Purchasing & Waste、 Travel & Traffic Enable 3 Milestones:Serivce Oriented Service Design Process to incubate Change Innovation Innovative Business Model、 Product Design & ManagementSmart Technology Cloud 2 Concepts:Connected Cloud Computing Services with mobile devices for smart campus,Learning anywhere anytime People Learning 10 Potentials:Visual、 Research Potentials Memory、Language、 Attention、Orientation、 Execution、Logistic、 Problem solving 23
  24. 24. Thank you!Contact : Joseph Tsai 24