Mission Profile The Division of E-learning integrates the concepts of "instructional design" and "learning technology," and aims to provide the NTU faculty and students comprehensive services relating to teaching resources, learning environments, and administrative supports.
- Applied Informatics Courses:
Offering a series of courses on word processing, multi-media animation, web design, video imaging, and teaching technologies to faculty, staff and students and their offsprings.
- Advanced Informatics Courses:
Offering a series of courses on program design, operating systems, database management, statistical software, information networks, and high performance algorithms to faculty, staff, students and their offsprings.
- Distance Learning System:
Providing support and maintenance to system equipment relating to teaching platform system and network system software tools.
- NTU Website Production Platform:
Providing the administrative and academic offices of the university including faculty to build RWD (Responsive Web Design) website for PC, tablets, and mobile phones.
- NTU Electronic Newsletter System:
Providing the administrative and academic offices of the university the capability to publish and manage their own electronic newsletters, along with a mechanism which allows users to freely subscribe to these newsletters or cancel their subscriptions.
|In charge of the Division's decision making and work allocation