NTOU - OEC
National Taiwan Ocean University (NTOU) was established in 1953 as Provincial Taiwan Maritime Technology College. Eleven years later, in 1964, it became a maritime college that offered bachelor's and master's degrees in various maritime fields. During this period, the college was supported by the Taiwan Provincial Government of the Republic of China. In 1979, it became a national institution, and was renamed the National Taiwan College of Marine Science and Technology. A decade later, in 1989, the College became a full-fledged university. At present, NTOU has six colleges - Maritime Science and Management, Life Sciences, Ocean Science and Resource, Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, as well as Humanities and Social Sciences. These Colleges house a total of 28 undergraduate departments and graduate institutes. ver the last 52 years, the University has undergone great growth and change and is now recognized as one of the nation's most important centers of learning and scholarship, especially in the marine sciences and maritime studies. Responding to the changing needs of society and the widening interests of our students, NTPOU is developing into a comprehensive university with a unique maritime focus. It aims to be an internationally known institution of higher education. Toward this end, the social sciences and liberal arts programs are developing as a core part of education at NTOU. The University is rapidly moving toward providing a positive learning environment and culture for intellectual and personal growth, with ocean interests as the unique characteristic.
For details see http://moodle.ntou.edu.tw/course/category.php?id=470
The initiative is headquartered in Keelung, which is in Taiwan, in the region of Taipei.
The initiative is led by National Taiwan Ocean University.
Latitude and longitude = 25° 9' 1" N, 121° 46' 32" E
ISCED levels = 4;5;6
The initiative is of type OER
The hashtag is ntoutwoec