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    Title: Learning Tacit Knowledge in Life Science Graduate Programs in Taiwan
    Authors: Noriko Hara;Hesham Alsarhan;Chen, Kuo-Hua;John Kilburn;Marcus Ynalvez;Ruby Ynalvez
    Contributors: 淡江大學未來學研究所
    Date: 2010-10
    Issue Date: 2012-05-15 12:14:15 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: American Society for Information Science Silver Springs
    Abstract: In this paper we describe preliminary results of a three-year project that examines enculturation of doctoral students in life science programs in Taiwan, Japan, and Singapore. The purpose of the study is to examine how doctoral students in life science enrolled at universities in these three countries learn to become scientists and how information and communication technologies affect such processes. The project is in its first year, and we completed data collection in Taiwan during the summer of 2009. Data was collected using quantitative surveys, qualitative interviews, and time-diaries from advisors and doctoral students in life science programs in three Taiwanese universities. Preliminary results show that current students tend to have problems related to too much reliance on computers, kits, and the Internet, and as a result, they fail to assimilate tacit knowledge that is invaluable for becoming a next generation of scientist.
    Relation: The 73rd ASIS&T Annual Meeting on Navigating Streams in an Information Ecosystem (ASIS&T 2010)
    Appears in Collections:[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Futures Studies] Proceeding

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