SDG17
Partnerships for the Goals

Cooperate with educational institutions, NGOs and countries to support the achievement of sustainable development, and establish and implement policies for sustainable development.

Maximizing Education through Interlibrary Services

In situations characterized by abundant resources and limited funding, libraries can maximize the resources they can provide to teachers and students within an organization by engaging in active collaborations and participating in alliances. These alliances also allow libraries to share their own collections with other libraries that have insufficient resources.

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Erasmus+ In-Depth Exchanges with Sister Schools in Europe

Since 2014, the European Union has implemented the Erasmus+ Program to provide broader education for young adults. The program encourages collaboration between participating countries to promote the learning mobility of individuals, innovation and practical exchange, and educational policy reforms. Starting from 2015, the Chiao Tung University Campus of National Yang

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NYCU-IIT Double-Degree Virtual Campus for Doctoral Students

The COVID-19 pandemic has prevented foreign students from pursuing their studies in Taiwan. To address this problem, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) has provided remote courses for students to continue their education, establishing a special virtual campus project for students enrolling in dual-degree with Indian Institute of Technology

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Remote English-Medium Courses to Improve Learning Progress during Pandemic

National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU) is a member of the Association of East Asian Research Universities (AEARU). In response to the current difficulties in promoting higher education in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, NYCU collaborated with the AEARU’s Secretariat in the second semester of the 2020

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Participation in the Joint International Tropical Medicine Meeting 2020 Virtual Conference and establishment of the Taiwan COVID-19 Research and Pandemic Prevention Forum

The Research Center for Epidemic Prevention Science established the Taiwan COVID-19 Research and Pandemic Prevention Forum at the Joint International Tropical Medicine Meeting (JITMM) 2020 Virtual Conference following an invitation from the conference administrators. The forum was hosted by Prof. Steve H. S. Kuo, with keynote speeches given by Prof.

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Establishing 5G and AIoT Smart Medicine Development Center

In response to the development trends of 5G and Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) smart medicine, Chunghwa Telecom, National Chiao Tung University, and National Yang-Ming University jointly signed a letter of intent to establish an industry–academia technology collaboration and combine the advantages of the three organizations. National Chiao Tung University

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