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Journal of Scientific Research and Studies Vol. 8(2), pp. 9-16, May, 2021

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Industry-Academy Cooperation in Taiwan: A case study of Taiwan Fastener Museum


Ho, Szu-Ying

Department of Education, National University of Tainan, No. 69, Ln. 150, Jianguo Rd., Yuanlin City, Changhua County, 51048, Taiwan. E-mail:, Tel: +886-911108676


Accepted 14 May, 2021




This paper describes the collaboration between the Taiwan Fastener Museum and the Department of Education to carry out educational activities and contents of museum readiness. It employs three corporate strategy techniques: SWOTS, which links the current state of the museum industry to continue a cross-study review of industry-academia collaboration that focuses on maintaining strengths and potential while strengthening vulnerabilities and threats; STP, which determines the direction of markets and consumers in the museum industry; 6C review, which continues an emphasis on market research. Story Plaza, DIY World, Fastener Land, Science Skylight, Fastener Theater, and Maze are the six educational zones of the project's educational activity architecture. The past and role of fasteners was implemented through a narrative approach in Story Plaza. The operation of fasteners will be shown to visitors of DIY World via realistic model-making. Fastener Land blends educational playgrounds with games to help kids appreciate the role of fasteners in daily life. Science Skylight’s games feature different tests where you can learn how to use fasteners. Fastener Theater is a drama training approach that introduces learners to fastener knowledge. A maze is a form of evaluation that makes use of a person's fastener awareness. This article makes four recommendations for the construction and expansion of the Taiwan Fastener Museum. First, children's literacy skills should be prioritized. Second, the museum's architectural planning will predetermine its educational purpose to promote future educational benefits. Third, the museum should hire instructional professionals. Finally, the government should work with education-related organizations and schools to encourage industry-academia collaboration.

Key words: Museum education, industry-educational academia cooperation, Taiwan Fastener Museum.

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