2020暑期國際課程──
「文化探索・服務創新:博物館文物典藏與應用」計畫 課程說明

 

課程特色
「文化探索・服務創新:博物館文物典藏與應用」計畫跨越知識領域、單位編制與國家,結合本校文學院、外語學院、商學院教師,並邀請國立故宮博物院研究員、日本長崎大學多文化社會學部、日本多摩美術大學與早稻田大學教授等師資,共同策劃的國際課程。
本計畫課程以國立故宮博物院為研究與學習的探究場域,以臺、日和其他國家學生共同組成合作學習有機體為特色,期待同學透過國立故宮博物院或臺灣重要博物館典藏的具體文物,理解歷史,鑑賞藝術,進而展開文化探索。在探索的途徑上,以靜態展示、多媒體互動,或文創設計等角度,嘗試轉譯文物自身的訊息、敘述文物創作的語境,並以創意或新材質,表現當代心靈與歷史文物「對話」的紋跡。

 

課程主題

  • 中華文化的特質與發展。
  • 中華文化的傳播與漢字文化圈的共振。
  • 博物館文物的典藏情形。
  • 博物館文物的內涵及其文化意義。
  • 博物館文物的研究、轉譯、展示。
  • 博物館文創商品的開發及行銷。
  • 博物館的異業合作及國際化。

 

課程名稱
本計畫共開設兩門課程:
一、漢字文化圈的探索:博物館典藏文物的鑒賞及文化思索
二、「知識櫥窗」的服務創新:國立故宮博物院的文創行銷

上述兩門課程透過博物館典藏的具體文物,帶領同學從文物的歷史、形式、內容等角度,展開深入的探索,一方面開拓並累積歷史、藝術、文化方面的知識,進而轉入鑑賞與評述的感受反思層次;另方面引導同學轉譯自己習得的知識,或以 文字、影像描述文物相關訊息,詮釋文物的形式與內容,或將創意巧思表現於新媒體或商品之中,產生分享或行銷的效果。簡言之,前者側重學習者個人素養的提升,後者側重學習者表達能力的強化。

在學習過程中,本國籍學生面對自我文化中的歷史文物,可以撫今而追昔,重新認識自我文化的內涵;外籍學生則可從他者的角度,觀看異文化的歷史成品,並回扣自我文化的問題。因此,在具有文化差異的學習環境中,彼此詰問駁難、互助合作,應可產生多元而辯證的學習效果,此應有助於人文精神之建立。在「往昔與現今」、「自我與他人」的交織綜合下,本國學生可藉由外籍學生的「旅人之眼」,重新觀看自己所孰悉的歷史文化;而外籍學生能在本國學生的協助下,深入認識珍貴的歷史文物。這種具有歷史縱深、知識延展的學習環境,應能培養胸襟廣闊、見識博通的年輕學子。

 

詳細課程資訊
漢字文化圈的探索:博物館典藏文物的鑒賞及文化思索
→→→ http://hidschool.nccu.edu.tw/2020/06/18/2020summer_courses_eccc/
「知識櫥窗」的服務創新:國立故宮博物院的文創行銷
→→→ http://hidschool.nccu.edu.tw/2020/06/19/2020summer_courses_npm/

 

報名表單
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfevHSqUbITzasE1LNe38lvEFu-6Q9azJJs1Fkfb-XS-zGvZw/viewform


課程學制
本計畫課程為學士、碩士合開課程。另歡迎外籍博士生選讀。

 

課程學分
本計畫課程為兩學分。本校學士班學生免收學分費,本校碩士班學生及外校學生則依本校規定繳交學分費。

 

授課方式
本計畫課程採密集授課方式,
課程時間為:2020年8月31日(一)至2020年9月5日(六)
本校學生先上課後灌檔,課程成績計入109-1學期學分。成績經評定後,不得退選。

 

課程評量
本課程以分組學習成果報告為主要評分標的,評分內容包括:
口頭報告:30%、簡報內容:30%
課堂表現:20%、同儕互評:10%
自我反思:10%
密集課程期間,無故缺席者,成績概以不及格評之。

 

計畫執行單位:國立政治大學創新與創造力研究中心
計畫合辦單位:國立故宮博物院
課程開課單位:國立政治大學 中文系、日文系、科智所、人文創新學程

 

 

2020 Summer International Courses
“Cultural Exploration ・Service Innovation:
The Collection and Application of Museum Exhibits” Project
Description of Courses

 

Features of Courses

The “Cultural Exploration ・Service Innovation: The Collection and Application of Museum Exhibits” Project (“Project”) crosses boundaries of disciplines, institutions and countries and coordinates collaboration among teachers and researchers from the College of Liberal Arts, College of Foreign Languages & Literature and College of Commerce of National Chengchi University (“NCCU”), the National Palace Museum (“Museum”), School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences of Nagasaki University, Tama Art University and Waseda University in Japan, and design of international courses.

Using the Museum as field for research and study, the Project courses feature collaborative study groups of students from Taiwan, Japan and other countries. Students are expected to study important exhibits collected by the Museum and other important museums in Taiwan, to gain an understanding of Chinese history, appreciate art objects and explore Chinese culture. The ways of exploration include static exhibition, multi-media interaction, or creative design, etc., so that students can interpret and narrate the context of creative design of the exhibits, and use creative ways or new material to illustrate the “dialogue” between modern minds and historical relics.

 

Topics of Courses

  • Characteristics and development of Chinese culture
  • Propagation of Chinese culture and influence of the sphere of Chinese language
  • Collection condition of museum exhibits
  • Meaning and cultural significance of museum exhibits
  • Research, interpretation and exhibition of museum exhibits
  • Development and creative marketing of products inspired by museum exhibits
  • Museum’s cross-industry collaboration and globalization

 

Titles of Courses

  1. The Exploration of Chinese Cultural Characters: The Appreciation and Reflection of Cultural Relics in the Museum
  2. Service Innovation in the Knowledge Cabinet: Cultural and Creative Marketing at the National Palace Museum

These two courses use specific exhibits from the Museum collections to guide students in their in-depth exploration of the history, form and content of the exhibits. They are designed to help students to explore and accumulate knowledge in history, art and culture, so that the students can appreciate, evaluate and reflect on the significance of the exhibits. Students are expected to demonstrate their understanding gained from the courses through writing and visual presentation, which describe the exhibits, illustrate their forms and content, or through new media or creatively designed products, which produce marketing effect. In short, the former emphasizes the enhancement of students’ personal cultivation, the latter emphasizes the improvement of students’ presentation skills.

During the learning process, local students are expected to examine the historical relics to evoke the past and contemplate the present, and to have a renewed understanding of their own culture. International students can observe historical relics of another culture from outsiders’ perspectives and reflect on questions about their respective cultures. Therefore, in the learning environment with participants from different cultures, students can question and challenge, cooperate and collaborate with one another to achieve multi-dimensional and dialectic learning results. This environment ultimately promotes the development of humanistic spirit. By intertwining “the past and the present,” “self and other,” the courses facilitate the ability for local students to view relics of their own culture through “traveler’s eyes,” i.e., to take on new perspectives about their own history and culture, and for international students to deepen their understanding of the precious historical relics with the help of local students. This learning environment steeped in history and knowledge is intended to broaden of the mind, knowledge, experience of young learners.

 

Course information

The Exploration of Chinese Cultural Characters: The Appreciation and Reflection of Cultural Relics in the Museum
→→→ http://hidschool.nccu.edu.tw/2020/06/18/2020summer_courses_eccc/

Service Innovation in the Knowledge Cabinet: Cultural and Creative Marketing at the National Palace Museum
→→→ http://hidschool.nccu.edu.tw/2020/06/19/2020summer_courses_npm/

 

Registration Form

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfevHSqUbITzasE1LNe38lvEFu-6Q9azJJs1Fkfb-XS-zGvZw/viewform

 

The courses are for students currently pursuing bachelor’s or master’s degrees, international Ph.D. students are also welcome.

Number of credits
Two. NCCU undergraduate students are eligible for credit fee exemption, NCCU master’s program students, students from other universities in and outside Taiwan are required to pay credit fee in accordance with NCCU regulations.

 

Course Delivery
The intensive courses are taught between August 31 (Monday) and September 5 (Saturday), 2020. After acceptance into and completion of the courses, NCCU students’ grades will be recorded for the first semester of the 2020 academic year. Once grades are determined, students cannot withdrawal from the courses.

 

Course Assessment
Course grade is mainly determined by the final group project, assessment criteria include:
Final Project Presentation: 30%
Final Project Written Report: 30%
Class Performance: 20%
Peer Review: 10%
Self-Reflection Report: 10%

Absence without valid excuse during the course delivery period will result in a failing grade.

Project execution: Center for Creativity and Innovation Studies, National Chengchi University
Co-sponsor: The National Palace Museum
Courses offered by: Department of Chinese Literature, Department of Japan, Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation & Intellectual Property Management, X College, NCCU.