NCKU Library and National Central Library Host Young Scholars Camp for High School Students

NCKU Library and National Central Library Host Young Scholars Camp for High School Students.

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NCKU Library and National Central Library Host Young Scholars Camp for High School Students.

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The "Young Scholars Development Camp" organized by the National Central Library for the 112th year, first session in the southern region, took place at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) from July 3rd to 7th. The 5-day program featured rich and intensive content, including sharing of academic experiences by university professors, hands-on guidance in academic paper writing and research methods, and firsthand experience with the abundant physical and electronic resources and professional services of a research-oriented university library. It is expected to provide participants with a wealth of knowledge.

To enhance high school students' understanding of academic research resources and writing skills, and to cultivate their research interests and abilities, the National Central Library tailored the "Young Scholars Development Camp" for high school students nationwide. The first session of the ninth edition, held in the southern region, saw the participation of 50 students from 27 high schools, vocational high schools, and experimental education institutions across Taiwan. This not only benefited students from central and southern Taiwan but also attracted participants from northern and eastern regions.

Vice President Yuh-Neu Chen of NCKU attended the opening ceremony of the "Young Scholars Development Camp" on July 3rd, encouraging participants to seize opportunities for active learning, independent thinking, and exploration during their various learning and working processes. She urged them to take advantage of the rare opportunity to collaborate on research projects with fellow students from different regions and utilize the academic research resources of NCKU Library to further their studies at NCKU and become part of the NCKU community.

The camp director, Shu-Hsien Tseng of the National Central Library, also encouraged participants to explore the treasure trove of knowledge and apply the knowledge and peer network acquired during the camp to future research and innovation in their academic or professional pursuits.

The theme of the first session of the "Young Scholars Development Camp" in the southern region, jointly organized with NCKU Library, was "Research Starts with Questions?" The 5-day program was designed to gradually lead high school students into the realm of academic research through competitions and practical exercises. NCKU Library stated that apart from the rich and intensive academic research-related courses, the focus was on practical exercises and teamwork to complete research papers and present findings. On the morning of the 5th day, participants shared their fruitful learning experiences and presented their research findings, with guidance and evaluation from the National Central Library's team of doctoral and master's editors, culminating in an award ceremony on July 7th.

NCKU Library serves as the collector, provider, and distributor of knowledge resources for NCKU, aiming to connect various units within and outside the university, promote the dissemination and exchange of knowledge resources, and provide readers with a quality environment conducive to interdisciplinary learning.

During the 5-day "Young Scholars Development Camp," NCKU Library planned to provide lectures and teachings by top research-oriented university faculty on specialized topics, as well as library facilities, physical collections, electronic resources, and professional services. This included sharing of academic experiences by Professor Han-Ching Wang, a distinguished professor of the Department of Biotechnology and Industry Science at NCKU and library director, exploration of academic paper writing and research methods by Professor Yuk-Ying Tung, director of the Institute of Education at NCKU, and guided tours of academic research resources by library staff, among others.

Furthermore, NCKU Library not only offered comfortable and diverse spaces and facilities for lectures, group discussions, and presentation rehearsals but also launched a themed book exhibition titled "研の修練場" in the LibRe Lounge on the first floor of the Main Library on the Cheng-Kung campus. Over 200 physical books on topics related to academic experiences, paper writing, and research methods were displayed onsite. Participants could also access NCKU's extensive electronic research resources, including databases, e-books, and e-journals, through the university's wireless network.

The 1st session of the 112th National Central Library Youth Scholar Development Camp in the southern region took place at NCKU.

NCKU Library's 5-day program offers participants hands-on experience with a research university's resources, enriching their knowledge and enthusiasm for academic research.

The National Central Library and NCKU Library's Youth Scholar Camp introduces high school students to academic research through competitions and activities.

NCKU Vice President Chen encouraged Youth Scholar Camp participants to utilize NCKU Library's resources and aim to join NCKU.

NCKU Library Director Wang shared her academic journey with Youth Scholar Camp participants, highlighting the importance of leveraging collective strength.

NCKU Library introduced online resources like electronic databases, e-books, and e-journals to Youth Scholar Camp participants, expanding their access beyond physical collections.

NCKU Library's "研の修練場" exhibition on the 1st floor showcases academic research materials aligned with thematic themes.

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