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A Study of Using Analytic Hierarchy Process to Explore Critical Success Factors of the K12 Digital School

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In the new era of information technology, teachers will have to keep learning to offer students with proper directions. The K12 digital school (K12-DS) is just for teachers' training through the Internet using digital school. The Kaohsiung city K12-DS is founded in 2001 by Prof. Nian-Shing Chen. It has already opened teachers' training courses for 10 semesters, and its excellent achievement has obtained an honor of wining the third place for the competition held by the Executive Yuan in Taiwan in 2002. It certainly exhibited its excellent model in implementation and operation. Therefore, exploring the critical success factors of K12- DS will be able to advance its strength to the digital school operators, and to helping them to operate the digital school continuously, and extend to the other cities and counties around Taiwan. All the teachers from the elementary and secondary schools will be able to have a more innovated and convenient digital learning environment.

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Advanced Learning Technologies, 2007. ICALT 2007. Seventh IEEE International Conference on

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18-20 July 2007

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