Translation of Knowledge Content: The Logical Method of Separating the Wheat from the Chaff.

The special lecture is co-organized by the Design School for future Life, the University of Taipei Department of Visual Arts, and the University of Taipei Library. The lecture was held on November 9th on the 3rd floor of the library. The speaker, Mrs. Tseng Liwen the creative director of “Hahow”, was invited to give a lecture on “Translation of Knowledge Content: The Logical Method of Separating the Wheat from the Chaff ”. Traditional teaching is a teacher-centered approach, while online learning needs to convert the relationship so that students can be put at the center of the course, and the teacher becomes a counselor in teaching. The online course is to translate the course content knowledge, redesign the curriculum, script, and design, and service in line with the user learning interface. The Speaker talked about Hahow's past practical experience by sharing how to customize and assist teachers to produce online courses, the challenges of the online course system, and the requirements for successful online courses. She also discussed the impact of online learning in future education through previous experiences, such as the strategy of platform operation and course management. Giving advice to students who are interested in investing in the online learning industry. The listener submitted questions actively after the lecture and the event came to a wonderful end amidst the audience's endless discussions.

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Date: 2022/11/09

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