FAQ

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FAQ on Information Application Courses:
Q1: Where can I find the Information Application Courses online?
Q2: How do I acquire course contents and outlines?
Q3: What are the qualifications for enrollment?
Q4: I am interested to learn, how do I enroll?
Q5: How do I pay for the fees after enrollment?
Q6: What should I take note of in attending classes?
Q7: Can I enroll in more than one course at a time?
Q8: I have paid the fees but for emergent matter and will not be able to attend the class, can I get a refund or change to another class?
Q9: Will classes be suspended due to natural disasters?
Q10: I am worried about forgetting to come to classes?
Q11: How many people are in a class?
Q12: I have enrolled in too many classes and forgot which courses I have to attend?
Q13: I have not yet paid the fees and for personal reasons are unable to attend the classes, what should I do?
Q14: How do I know if I have acquired qualification certifications?
Q15: I am on the waiting list, how do I check my position on the waiting list?
Q16: What are the criteria in acquiring qualification certifications?
Q17: How do I collect my qualification certifications?
Q18: When will the hours of attendance for civil servants be registered?

Q1: Where can I find the Information Application Courses online?
A1: NTU Information Application Courses Net https://my.ntu.edu.tw/register/
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Q2: How do I acquire course contents and outlines?
A2: Please log on to NTU Information Application Courses Net and then click on the courses you are interested in on the left to see detailed and complete course contents.
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Q3: What are the qualifications for enrollment?
A3: Unless there is special limitation, the Information Application Courses are provided for NTU registered students or current NTU faculty and staff members.
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Q4: I am interested to learn, how do I enroll?
A4: For enrollments please log on to the Information Application Courses Online Enrollment System page and then click on 【Enroll Online】on the upper left corner.
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Q5: How do I pay for the fees after enrollment?
A5: Please pay all fees within 3 working days after enrolling in the courses, there are 2 payment methods:
  1. Pay in person at Room 109, Computer & Information Networking Center, National Taiwan University, Monday through Friday (9:00~11:30, 13:30~16:30).
  2. Pay by Postal Order – Account Name : National Taiwan University, Account Number : 17653341, and then fax the receipt to (02) 33665024 (Handling charge will be collected)

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Q6: What should I take note of in attending classes?
A6:
  1. Please bring your student, faculty, staff identification card and the receipt to classes for verifications.
  2. Books can be collected in the first class by your receipts, or collected in Room 109 at the C&INC within 2 weeks after the classes have begun.
  3. Every person is requested to attend the classes and sign the attendance registers in person, attendance registers should not be signed by others on your behalf and should not be signed after classes.

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Q7: Can I enroll in more than one course at a time?
A7: Yes, please double check that the course stated in the Remarks of the receipt is correct while making the payment. Please ask the undertaker to correct the errors immediately when found.
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Q8: I have paid the fees but for emergent matter and will not be able to attend the class, can I get a refund or change to another class?
A8: You can apply refunding fee within 7 working days (not including holidays and weekend ) before course commencement. After the courses are opened, no fees will be refunded after enrollments and no courses shall be changed. The C&INC will only assist with refunds or transferring classes if some classes cannot be offered as not enough number of students registered in a class (now, the predefined number is 8) or other events due to force majeure.
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Q9: Will classes be suspended due to natural disasters?
A9: Suspension of classes or work shall follow the announcements published by the Central Personnel Administration. The lecturer of each class shall reserve the right to decide whether supplementary classes will be held for suspension of classes due to natural disasters or force majeure.
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Q10: I am worried about forgetting to come to classes?
A10: Do not worry, the system will automatically send a notice of attendance to the email address you have originally used to log in 3 working days before the class is to begin.
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Q11: How many people are in a class?
A11: When there are less than 8 students in a class the class shall be suspended or cancelled.
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Q12: I have enrolled in too many classes and forgot which courses I have to attend?
A12: Please log on to the Information Application Courses Online Enrolment System and enquire via【Personal Enrollment Information Enquiries】.
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Q13: I have not yet paid the fees and for personal reasons are unable to attend the classes, what should I do?
A13: Please log on to the Information Application Courses Online Enrolment System and cancel via【Personal Cancellations for Unpaid Courses】.
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Q14: How do I know if I have acquired qualification certifications?
A14: Please log on to the Information Application Courses Online Enrolment System and enquire via【List of Students who have Qualified and Completed the Courses】.
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Q15: I am on the waiting list, how do I check my position on the waiting list?
A15: Please log on to the Information Application Courses Online Enrolment System and enquire via【Waiting List Enquiries】.
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Q16: What are the criteria in acquiring qualification certifications?
A16:
  1. The hours of attendance must exceed 1/2 of the total hours of the entire course.
  2. Result evaluation for students qualifying the condition stated in the aforementioned Point 1 will be: (1) 30% on hours of attendance (2) 70% on course evaluations (the total result score must reach above 70%).
  3. Students must fill in an Information Application Courses Survey Form.

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Q17: How do I collect my qualification certifications?
A17: After you have confirmed your qualifications and would like to print the certificates, please telephone (02) 3366-5022 or (02) 3366-5023 to register for the printing and then collect the certificates after 3 work days. Please present your personal ID upon collection of certificates, if another person is to collect your certificate on your behalf please also present his/her personal ID. Please collect the course completion certificates on Monday through Friday (9:00am ~ 8:30pm) at the Ground Floor Service Counter at the C&INC.
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Q18: When will the hours of attendance for civil servants be registered?
A18: In accordance with the rules the actual hours of attendance in the learning courses for civil servants will be uploaded on the “Civil Servants’ Lifelong Learning Website “ on the 20th every month after the courses ended.
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How to use Web counter:
  1. This Web Counter uses the Muhamad A Muquit WWW Homepage Access Counter and Clock . The current version is V.2.5. For details please refer to Examples.
  2. All open URL with NTU IP 140.112.xxx.xxx can be used.
  3. Fill in a tag like the following on the location of your web page where web counter is required:
    <img src="http://www.ntu.edu.tw/cgi-bin/Count.cgi?df=chicco.www&dd=F" align="absmiddle">
  4. “df=” is the data file that records the number of visits to your HomePage. If my HomePage is on the CCSUN with the account “b0705041”, then my data file will be “df=b0705041.cc”. If it is on the ccsun31-57, then the data file will be “df=b0705041.ms.cc”. If my HomePage is on the WWW with the account “chicco”, then my data file will be “df=chicco.www”.
  5. If I need many web counters on many pages, I can add more data files following the aforesaid rules. If I am “b0705041” on the CCSUN and 2 more pages of “document” and “reference” need web counters, the data file for “document” can be named “b0705041.doc.cc” and the data file for “reference” can be named “b0705041.ref.cc”. Basically the “b0705041” and “cc” before and after the file names are still the same, but the “doc” and “ref” in the middle can be anything you want.
  6. “dd=” is the type of template you would like to use. Currently there are 6 types and more will be available later. “dd=F” means that I would like to use type “F”.
  7. Type A
    Type B
    Type C
    Type D
    Type E
    Type F
  8. If you have used other web counters and do not want to recount from the beginning, you can add a “st” parameter. For example, “st=1024” means the counter will start counting from 1024. (Reference Example)

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