NTULIS alumni won 2015 Library and Information Science Outstanding Theses Awards from the Library Association of the Republic of China (Taiwan). The recipients include Shen-Hsin Sun and Yi-Yun Cheng (both MA’ 15). Shen-Hsin’s thesis explored the emotional healing efficacy of developmental bibliotherapy with picture books for regular senior high and vocational high school students encountering self-identity problems. Yi-Yun’s thesis mapped the geospatial information ontology—SWEET ontology—with the term lists from National Academy of Educational Research in Taiwan, and modeled the mapped English/Chinese ontology in Protégé software. Both provided valuable implications and suggestions.
|Sheng-Hsin Sun||Chen Su-may Shieh||A Study on Emotional Healing Efficacy of Picture Books for Senior High and Vocational High School Students Encountering Self-identity Problems in Taiwan|
|Yi-Yun Cheng||Hsueh-Hua Chen||A Study on the Best Practice for Constructing a Cross-lingual Geospatial Information Ontology|
More information can be found at: http://www.lac.org.tw/announcement/20151125-7330-1401436383.