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    Title: 開放取用教材對臺灣之大學教師教學與大學機構推廣之調查研究
    A Survey on the Open Access Textbooks for University Teachers' Teaching and Universities Promotion in Taiwan
    Authors: 呂星儀
    Lu, Sing-Yi
    Contributors: 邱炯友
    Chiu, Jeong-Yeou
    Lu, Sing-Yi
    Keywords: 開放取用
    Open access
    Open access textbook
    Open educational resources
    Digital textbook
    Electronic resources
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2020-08-03 17:50:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在數位時代的影響下,對於高等教育環境而言數位教材的需求日益增加,加上大學生受到教科書價格過高的困擾,因此Open Access Textbooks(以下簡稱OAT)的發展需求成為了大學致力發展的教學資源之一。
    During the digital age, the increasing demand for digital textbooks for the higher education environment, coupled with the high price of textbooks for college students, Open Access Textbooks (OAT) has become one of the teaching resources that the university is committed to developing it. This research expects to share the use of OAT by university teachers in Taiwan, to initially understand the reasons why teachers use OAT, how to use them, and the effect of using OAT. On the other hand, this research summarized the viewpoint, attitude, consideration of cost, and anticipated benefits of OA development agencies in Taiwan’s university about OAT.
    The results of this study infer that the reasons for the use of OAT by university teachers in Taiwan are mainly to reduce the cost of textbooks. In addition, considering the concept of copyright for scholarly resources in Taiwan’s university students is still weak, teachers expect teach students the right way to use digital resources by OAT. University teachers will use OAT for supplementary materials in order to provide students with multimedia resources, take advantage of digital resources, and cooperate with the information behavior of Digital Natives. It is expected that the characteristics of OAT can be used to promote the learning outcomes of students. The study applied a questionnaire to understand the viewpoint of OAT for OA development agencies in Taiwan’s university. As of now, most agency have the desire to develop support services for OAT, but there is still no complete strategic planning. OA development agency will face due to the lack of human resources, the lack of awareness of OAT by the competent authorities and teachers will affect the outcome of the promotion of OAT in the future. OA development agency should improve the teachers’ and students’ awareness of OAT in university, consider to build the cooperative relationship with other OA agencies, and establish a complete strategic plan for future development of OAT.
    Finally, this study proposed the following suggestion:(1) Analyze the needs of university teachers for OAT; (2) Establish a complete concept of OAT for university teachers and internal authorities; (3) Establish a complete concept of copyright of digital information resources for university students; (4) Establish the platform for OAT resources and OAT use feedback; (5) Confirm cooperation requirements and business distribution with other OA organizations; (6) Ensure the sustainability of OAT development strategy.
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    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202001169
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