Continuing the Touch of Knowledge Sharing: The 4th NCKU Book Exchange Mobile Library Exhibition at the Main Library-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

Continuing the Touch of Knowledge Sharing: The 4th NCKU Book Exchange Mobile Library Exhibition at the Main Library

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Continuing the Touch of Knowledge Sharing: The 4th NCKU Book Exchange Mobile Library Exhibition at the Main Library

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The fourth edition of "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library, through 9 buses carrying various knowledge resources, traveled to Tainan and Chiayi, and for the first time extended its reach to Kaohsiung and Pingtung, breaking geographical boundaries, establishing dialogues, interactions, and feedback mechanisms with the local communities. The initiative brought the soft and hard resources and capabilities of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) and NCKU Library beyond the campus, initiating a unique two-way learning process. From now until January 5, 2024, the fruitful results will be showcased in the lobby of the Main Library on the Cheng-Kung Campus. This semester's course is part of the "Advancing Science in Rural Areas" cluster, featuring the exhibition of the Service Learning III of the Physics Department, "NCKU Science Expo," and "Exploring Science at NCKU."


The "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library, after a hiatus of 2 years, held its physical results exhibition today (December 12). At the opening ceremony in the morning, teachers and students from this semester's courses gathered to observe each other's teaching designs and achievements, sharing moving moments and insights from the course through a wealth of activity photos and exciting videos. Principal Que Yu-Ching from Yi-Jhu Elementary School in Chiayi County traveled a long distance to attend the opening ceremony of this semester's results exhibition, expressing gratitude and support for the "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library. He mentioned that the initiative brings knowledge to life, sharing library resources that were previously confined to physical buildings with schools in various regions, which is not only a commendable practice but also an exemplary model of education. Mr. Yang Yi-Ming, Associate Manager of the Da Cheng Growth Enterprise Company, one of the sponsoring companies, personally attended the exhibition and highly praised the "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library program as a meaningful activity.


The fourth edition of the "NCKU Book in the City '' Mobile Library is a course activity initiated by the NCKU Library in the 108 academic year. This semester (112 academic year), the administrative districts and schools served not only include Tainan and Chiayi but also expanded to the Gao-Ping region, including: Nanxing Elementary School, Guangrong Experimental Elementary School in Zuozhen District, Ka-bua Sua Elementary School in Dongshan District, Taikang Elementary School in Liuying District, Beishi Elementary School in Madou District, Jixin Elementary School in South District, and Yi-Jhu Elementary School in Yi-Jhu Township, Chiayi County, Muzha Elementary School in Neimen District, Kaohsiung City, and Litokuo School Area in Wutai Elementary School (Ligu Lily Branch) in Changzhi Township, Pingtung County.


Han-Ching Wang, the Director of the NCKU Library, has personally led the course for four consecutive years, with service areas covering Nanxi District in Tainan, Shuishang Township in Chiayi County, and Yizhu Township in Chiayi County. Looking back on the promotion and implementation of the courses over the years, Director Han-Ching Wang confessed that "it has not been easy." She said, "Each class took more than 2-3 months and went through 7 stages of cultivation to advance into primary and secondary school venues for learning, sharing, and returning with full of emotions. Currently, the cross-disciplinary teachers participating in the courses have accumulated 58 person-times, and the students enrolled in the courses over the years have reached 361. Some students continue to take the course "Loving Reading" offered by the library. The service has reached over 4,000 students in Tainan, Chiayi, Kaohsiung, and Pingtung regions." She emphasized that knowledge sharing is the core spirit of the "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library. Currently, through the courses, 48 science education-themed teaching materials have been developed, making it more convenient to disseminate NCKU"s resources, knowledge, and energy to more needed areas.


The "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library is a General Education course with a service learning nature. In the first semester of the 112 academic year, the teaching team included faculty members from five colleges at NCKU, including the College of Life Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts, College of Planning and Design, and College of Science, with teaching staff including: Professor Han-Ching Wang, Assistant Professor Ying-Lan Chen, Professor Yen-Hsun Su, Associate Professor Wei-Chien Ma, Associate Professor Hsi-Jen Chen, Associate Professor Li-wen Sung, Assistant Professor Hsiao-Pei Lu, Professor Rue-Ron Hsu, Associate Professor Chia-Han Yang, and Professor Hsu-Cheng Hsu.


The teaching service of the "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library combines the library's collection resources, creativity, and narrative power, supplemented by the professional knowledge of the teaching staff and the creative ideas of the students. Each cross-disciplinary student team participating in the course has undergone a unique learning process, including: from needs investigation, design of teaching plans to actual guidance of children to understand natural science and trigger reading willingness, leaving different emotions and precious learning memories.


NCKU College of Management sophomore Wu, who went to Wutai Elementary School in Pingtung County to accompany the students in designing totems, believes that the biggest gain from the process is the experience of interacting with different age groups. He mentioned that although a meticulous plan had been completed before the activity, many unexpected situations occurred during the actual teaching process, and "plans couldn't keep up with changes." It required changing perspectives to understand each other"s thoughts, thereby exploring different aesthetic viewpoints and meanings. A group of senior students from NCKU's Department of Optoelectronics designed courses on sustainability and ecological conservation, accompanying elementary school students to learn knowledge through activities such as painting and circle games. They mentioned that "NCKU Book in the City''is not just an ordinary General Education course. Actual interaction in rural areas deeply impressed them with the vitality and enthusiasm of the children.

The fourth edition of the "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library Exhibition will be showcased from today until January 5, 2024, on the first floor of the Main Library. The exhibition will also feature the Service Learning III of the Physics Department, including the "NCKU Science Expo" and the "Exploring Science at NCKU" service achievements.

"After a hiatus of 2 years, the "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library once again held a physical exhibition today (December 12). Teachers and students from various courses gathered together to observe and learn from each other's lesson designs and exhibition presentations."

The "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library continues to deliver the joy of knowledge sharing by combining the resources of the NCKU library, creativity, and narrative themes, along with the professional knowledge of teaching staff and the creative ideas of students.

Knowledge sharing is the core spirit of the "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library. Currently, through the courses, we have developed up to 48 scientific and educational thematic materials, enabling the dissemination of NCKU"s resources, knowledge, and energy to more places in need more conveniently.

The "NCKU Book in the City" Mobile Library is a service-learning oriented general education course that breaks down the boundaries between campus and local communities. It fosters dialogue, interaction, and mutual feedback with the localities, creating a unique bidirectional learning experience where participants reap abundant rewards."

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