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An Academic Conference of the Development of the Digital E-card Identification System

DATE 2015/04/16 VISITORS 2840

FENG, WEN-HSING

Related to the new applications of the Yo-yo card that will soon be available on the student identification, presidents of Chang Gung University (CGU), Chang Gung University of Science and Technology (CGUST) and Ming Chi University of Technology came to TKU university with a total of 39 people for an academic exchange on April 16th. They were greeted personally by President Flora Chia-I Chang, General Secretary, Ting-chi Hsu, Dean of Academic Affairs, Tung-wen Chun, Dean of Student Affairs, Chih-en Ko, Dean of General Affairs, Shiaw Shyan Luo, Director of the Department of Information and Library Science, Sheue-fang Song, Chief Information Officer, Chin-hwa Kuo and other related department heads. The honored guests first began their trip with a tour of the university followed by information that would allow them to have a much deeper understanding of TKU’s management system.

President Chang welcomed the guests with thanks and appreciation as the she then explained the educational system at TKU in her opening address. She mentioned TKU’s signature spirit of excellence program of cultivation as well as the Three Circles and Five Disciplines that emphasizes character development in addition to academic knowledge. She mentioned also the informationalized and digital campus system that has received great praise. The president placed emphasis on the fundamentals involved in student development including simplicity, truthfulness, firmness and perseverance. In the end of her speech she expressed special thanks to all of the administrators and staff that have made TKU’s concepts of study into a reality.

The development of the TKU e-card began in 2010 when the university implemented the international Yo-yo card into the ID. In 2014, this step has been completed and the identification card of all students and teachers now has the Yo-yo card on the back. The next step is to introduce the RFID sensor card in order to help students relocate their card if it is missing stolen or otherwise misplaced. The new system will allow for more safety on campus and will also allow endless other functions such as administration information, class searches and curriculum information, electronic signature, grade reports, contact information, internet sites, examination reminders and more.


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