TAIWAN IMPLEMENTATION REGULATIONS REGARDING DISTANCE LEARNING BY UNIVERSITIES 2006
Taiwan or the Republic of China (ROC), has a well-regarded higher education system, especially in the science field. Public universities are rated in the top 1% of research institutions in the world. For example, in the period from 2003-2007, Taiwan had representation in five of twenty-two categories in the top 100 schools in the world. Areas in which Taiwanese universities excel include agricultural science, chemistry, engineering, materials science, and pharmacology and toxicology. The ranking is based on each institution’s research output in high-standard international scholarly journals and is considered as evidence of their academic excellence.
The following questions have been addressed in this article:Does the Act Define the Type of Teaching Allowed Over the Internet?
How Does a University Establish a Distance Learning Program?
Can a Distance Student get an Entire Degree Online?
How About E-Learning for In-Service Education Programs?
Can Foreign Universities be Involved in Taiwan Distance Learning?