The brand new English website of NTNU has been onboard since June, and hundreds of thousands of page views has reached. The Office of International Affairs and the Center of Public Affairs have teamed up together and came up with a new website design. You can feel the internationalization and elegant style of NTNU starting from the front page.
Asia Options, an online platform that connects Australia’s future leaders with opportunities to engage with Asia, echoed with the Chinese language learning policy of the Australian government and launched a review on Mandarin Learning Center in Asia. Overall, the prestigious Mandarin Training Center of NTNU was rated 8.9 out of 10 and earned the title of the best mandarin leaning center in Taiwan.
Commissioned by the Ministry of Education, the 3rd International Conference on Teacher Education Focusing on Teaching Materials and Methods Course was held in NTNU on Oct 23rd and 24th. Scholars from around the world gathered together and fruitful discussion was reached.
The Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM) workshop was held under the 2015 Taipei Conference of Collative Project on Chinese Music Resources by the Digital Centre of Music of NTNU on Oct 15th and 16th. Professionals from Germany, America, Canada, Korea, China and Hong Kong gathered together to discuss the founding of RISM in Chinese speaking area.
MOOCs at NTNU (http://moocs.ntnu.edu.tw/) is now officially onboard! Starting from November 1st, classes like “Ten Western Classic”, “Solar Power and Life” “Promote Reading in High School and Library Management” will be available online, you can browse the web and enjoy learning just one click away at any time you wish.