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INNOVATIVE SMART CITY AND FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT

Through a series of curriculum arrangements, students are taught, observe, and experience a friendly and accessible environment, and inspire students to think about the difficulties encountered by the use of ethnic groups in the environment, and finally introduce industrial design elements to guide students through design thinking and hands-on practice. The interactive device gently reminds the public to improve the problem of barrier-free facilities, maintain a friendly and accessible environment for potential users, and design personalized life aids for people with physical and mental disabilities that meet different needs, especially with special needs. Cases that can be used in commercial supplements to enhance and maintain the quality of life and physiology of the case, while allowing students to experience the power of cross-disciplinary cooperation.

Course Goal
A. Capabilities of employing professional theories
C. Integrating theories with clinical practices
D. Professional ethics
F. Social concerns
G. Life-time learning
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Humanism quality
  • Civic virtue
  • Social care
  • [Competence]
  • Professional and transdisciplinary abilities
  • Thinking and judgement abilities
  • Professional innovation and lifelong learning abilities
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    Instructor
    0108/1 I640800 [PT2031]INNOVATIVE SMART CITY AND FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT 1.0 N Hung, Ching-Hsia,Chen, Hsi-Jen