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    Title: 歐盟里斯本策略:創新與數位化學習政策之研究
    Other Titles: Lisbon strategy: the study of innovation and the elearning policy of European Union
    Authors: 林佑穎;Lin, Yo-yin
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    卓忠宏;Cho, Chung-hung
    Keywords: 歐洲聯盟;里斯本策略;數位化學習;資訊社會;知識經濟;創新;European Union;Lisbon Strategy;eLearning;E-Learning;information society;Knowledge-based economy;innovation
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:02:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著資訊與通訊科技的快速發展,今日的世界已經邁入了資訊社會與知識經濟社會。為了因應衝擊,歐盟2000年舉行了里斯本高峰會,訂定了在十年內成為世界上最具競爭力且最具動能的知識經濟體,並強調教育與訓練體制的創新是迎接挑戰的優先領域,而歐盟數位化學習政策也在里斯本策略的目標下陸續推動。
    Because of the rapid development of information and communication technology (ICT), our daily life has a close connection with Information Society and Knowledge-based Economy. In order to confront the impacts caused by Information Society and Knowledge-based economy, EU held the meeting of the European Council in Lisbon in 2000. According to the council conclusion, EU has to become the most competitive and dynamic economy in the world in 10 years and emphasizes education and the innovation of training systems as the priority areas. Within it, the eLearning policy of European Union is also one of the most important actions of EU according to the general objectives of the Lisbon Strategy.
    The methodology of the thesis is policy analysis, and there are six chapters. Chapter 1 is the introduction. Chapter 2 contains relative concepts of the Lisbon Strategy of EU and eLearning, which are the fundamental concepts of information society and knowledge-based Economy. Chapter 3 recites the priority areas of the
    Lisbon Strategy of EU and eLearning, discussing the development of the Lisbon Strategy of EU and the innovation of eLearning policy. Chapter 4 explores relative policies and programmes of the eLearning of EU, including SOCRATES, LEONARDO DA VINCI, eEurope and eLearning programmes, etc. Chapter 5 assesses the eLearning policy of EU. Chapter 6 is the conclusion of this thesis, which sums up the findings of this thesis and gives some point of views for future development.
    In the findings of this thesis, despite the obstacles like the limited fund and the principle of the education policy, the contributions of the eLearning of EU are still convincing. Furthermore, eLearning programme of EU was integrated into Lifelong Learning programme of EU in 2007. This made the whole programme more powerful to promote the quality of learning in both education and training, and made Europe “a society of lifelong eLearning”.
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