Special Issue "Selected Papers from Eurasian Conference on Educational Innovation 2019"

A special issue of Arts (ISSN 2076-0752).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2019

Special Issue Editors

Guest Editor
Prof. Teen­Hang Meen

Department of Electronic Engineering National Formosa University, Yunlin 632, Taiwan.
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Interests: photovoltaic device; dye-sensitized solar cells; nanotechnology
Guest Editor
Prof. Charles Tijus

Director of the Cognitions Humaine et Artificielle LaboratoryProfesseur de Psychologie Cognitive - Université Paris 8, France
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Interests: internet of objects; data mining; brain computer interaction
Guest Editor
Dr. Chung-Ho Su

Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of Animation and Game Design, Shu-Te University, Kaohsiung 824, Taiwan
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Interests: design of digital multimedia; interactive technology in arts

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The 2nd Eurasian Conference on Educational Innovation 2019 (ECEI 2019; http://2019.ecei.asia ) will be held in Singapore on 25–27 January 2019, and will provide a communication platform for researchers in the field of educational innovations. This conference aims to enable interdisciplinary collaboration between educators and experts from other areas in the academic and industrial fields, as well as international networking.

Arts is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides a forum for scholarly exploration of visual arts, music and performance arts, applied arts, popular arts, arts and technology. It publishes articles, essays, reviews, commentaries, creative papers, and opinions, focused on promoting dialogue and debate within the arts.

This Special Issue "Selected Papers from Eurasian Conference on Educational Innovation 2019" aims to invite excellent papers from ECEI 2019 about the topics of arts in educational innovation. The aim is to encourage the attendees of ECEI 2019 to publish their excellent papers in Arts. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Visual design in educational innovation,
  • Film and television in educational innovation,
  • Comic and animation in educational innovation,
  • Video games in educational innovation,
  • Arts and technology in educational innovation.

Dr. Teen­-Hang Meen
Dr. Charles Tijus
Dr. Chung-Ho Su
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • visual design
  • film and television
  • comic and animation
  • video games
  • arts and technology

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Open AccessArticle The Development of a Digital Management System for Historic Buildings in Taiwan
Received: 28 May 2018 / Revised: 20 July 2018 / Accepted: 23 July 2018 / Published: 3 August 2018
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Because of the numerous types of world heritage that currently exist, UNESCO divides them into four categories: cultural heritage, natural heritage, cultural and heritage dual heritage, and cultural landscape heritage. Taiwan’s Cultural Heritage Preservation Act stipulates that tangible cultural heritage include monuments, historic [...] Read more.
Because of the numerous types of world heritage that currently exist, UNESCO divides them into four categories: cultural heritage, natural heritage, cultural and heritage dual heritage, and cultural landscape heritage. Taiwan’s Cultural Heritage Preservation Act stipulates that tangible cultural heritage include monuments, historic buildings, commemorative buildings, groups of buildings, archaeological sites, historic sites, cultural landscapes, antiquities, and natural landscapes and natural monuments, whereas its intangible cultural heritage include traditional performing arts, traditional craftsmanship, oral traditions and expressions, folklore, and traditional knowledge and practices. Because of continually increasing tasks associated with cultural heritage management, this study adopted research approaches such as compilation of relevant laws and regulations and interviews with managers to identify their needs in managing cultural heritage. This study posited that digital-based information management is highly conductive to managing cultural heritage. Thus, a dynamic cultural heritage management system was developed to help managers perform various heritage preservation and management-related work. The proposed system enables digitalizing related documents to facilitate their preservation, provides diversified functions that allow managers to conduct remote interactive management, and enables establishing various economical monitoring functions. This study used actual cases of cultural heritage preservation and input data collected from various management tasks into the proposed management system. Accordingly, the management functions of the system were verified successfully. The proposed system can help relevant departments manage cultural heritage, diminish the occurrence of problems concerning heritage management, reduce unnecessary waste of resources, and elevate the management quality of monuments and historical buildings. Full article
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