The curriculum design of our master’s program emphasizes integration and application of knowledge. In addition to core courses on theories and methods, students are encouraged to take key courses valuing both theories and practices, for developing independent thinking and practical ability. The specially designed “Digital Archives and E-Publishing Laboratory”, “Information Literacy and E-Learning Laboratory”, and “Knowledge Discovery and Artificial Intelligence in Digital Humanities” are for students to develop abilities for multimedia research and applications through hands-on experiences of designing and developing digital services, E-learning, knowledge, and AI systems. Through the practical training, students are able to become information service professionals who are familiar with both digital media and knowledge management.
Required Credits: 27 credits
Duration of Study: 3-8 semesters (or 1.5-4 years) with an average of 2 years
Degree Conferred: Master of Library and Information Studies
♦ All of our courses could be taught in English.
♦ Course syllabi are available： http://courseap.itc.ntnu.edu.tw/acadmOpenCourse/index.jsp