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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

In recent years, several colleges and universities by Taiwan’s Ministry of Education curriculum e-learning curriculum certification program, which represents a digital implementation of quality assurance and affirmation. Taiwan’s Ministry of Education e-learning curriculum requirements for certification indicators also provided to enhance the quality of teachers at the domestic implementation of several teaching important reference. Statistics over the years to apply for certification courses can be found in each case specifications, indicators, different subject areas there may be differences in the circumstances in the case to reach certification standards.
This paper attempts to apply for course certification from recent cases, the analysis of the differences of the different subject areas on each specification, index performance. The results found that subjects in various different areas of specification required for implementation of the project indicators and reached a different degree of difficulty, and then summarize the key indicators certified association. This achievement can let educators in the implementation of e-learning courses and certification courses to achieve quality, providing a reference quite valuable indicators of key norms and execution.

Keywords :

: e-learning, certification standards, curriculum indicators

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