TMU special digital mini-exhibition cultivates future generations of talents
Source: Taipei Medical University
Published on 2020-09-28
Taipei Medical University and National Palace Museum jointly held the National Palace Museum X TMU Pop Up Exhibition special series of digital mini-exhibitions at the end of December, 2019 on the University campus.
TMU is the first stop for the National Palace Museum’s tour of exhibitions in Taiwan’s colleges and universities.Taipei Medical University and National Palace Museum jointly held the National Palace Museum X TMU Pop Up Exhibition special series of digital mini-exhibitions from December 16 – 25, 2019 on the University campus. TMU is the first stop for the National Palace Museum’s tour of exhibitions in Taiwan’s colleges and universities. This is a new milestone where both parties jointly promote technology integration into teaching, cross disciplinary talent cultivation and bringing the Museum to the public.
This special digital mini-exhibition included VR digital teaching, AR digital audiovisual display, cloud learning experience, gaming teaching experience and other themed exhibition areas. In addition to accessing Roaming through Fantasy Land; The Spirit of Autobiography; Birds and Flowers; Great Universal Geographic Map (Ferdinand Verbiest, 1623-1688) and other digital national treasure scenarios using AR and VR, the exhibition also demonstrated the transformation of national treasures into gaming teaching materials to make learning about national treasures fun.
In the opening ceremony, University President Chien-Huang Lin emphasized that the use of VR, AR and other digital technology for creative teaching encourages students to learn independently. In recent years, TMU has focused on cultivating cross-disciplinary innovative talents for the AI era. He hopes that this exhibition can give the University’s teachers and students a richer and more diverse vision. Experience learning through games and hands-on experience can stimulate more imagination and creativity, and further integrate a cultural and artistic climate into campus life.
In 2020, the TMU Center for Arts and Humanities also received National Palace Museum project funding to integrate museum resources and TMU medical expertise. Through courses and workshops, students formulated plans for incorporating elements of cultural arts and digital technology into community medical care teaching plans. Currently, the curriculum has been implemented into a pilot elderly care course. In addition, a tour of the National Palace Museum was also conducted for a group of elderly. These activities demonstrate TMU’s dedication to cultivating humanistic literacy, furthering humanistic education, and emphasizing humanistic practice and social responsibility. It looks forward to continuing partnership with the National Palace Museum to develop community-based medical care models with local characteristics.