The KPIs of the alliance this year, including income, promotional activities, technical services, have for the most part been reached. So far in 2022, the alliance has held 30 promotional activities to popularize its products and services, including 8 promotional visits to governmental units, and 10 promotional visits to companies, as well as 12 campus promotions. Additionally, this year the alliance held the third SmartReading Power Competition. A total of 2,104 primary and secondary school students nationwide participated in the 2021–2022 competition. By offering short-term free trials to various students and to their teachers, the competition is expected to enhance the popularity of the alliance's products and services. The competition has been reported in large local media. Moreover, by expanding the potential customer base of the alliance, the competition has the effect of attracting more industry vendors to join the alliance. In 2022–2023, the alliance will focus on the internationalization of the reading competition, with the expected number of participants reaching 2,500. In addition, the alliance has cooperated with the Tainan Bureau of Education to promote the "K–12 Reading Literacy Platform", which has served 28 local primary and secondary schools with approximately 2,800 people. In the 111 school year, the number of schools involved has increased to 45, and the number of participating students is estimated to be around 5,000. Meanwhile, the alliance has continued to cooperate with the New Taipei City Education Bureau to promote the "New Taipei City Reading Education 4.0" project. It is estimated that the number of participating students in the 111 academic year will reach 13,000, and it is expected to involve more than 100 schools. Initial cooperaion with educational units in Yunlin, Chiayi, and Kinmen counties has also begun. The alliance will continue to provide customized services for members. Collaboration with companies is further divided into publishing industry and education technology-related industry. The aim is to continue popularizing CRIE’s text difficulty grading service in the publishing industry, and to establish the concept of graded reading in the society. When the collaborative publishing house reaches a certain scale, the provision of shopping guide services can bring good profit to the alliance. Collaboration with related industries of education technology can bring a new generation of platform carriers as well as new types of experience and users in different fields to the system. In schools, in addition to deepening the use of the system by students and teachers, it will also continue to adjust the flexibility of function selection. In terms of individual users, it is expected to expand the age group and target users, and extend the target users to the level of parents to increase the possibility of consumption. The amount of the alliance's technology authorization and industry-university services has not only met the KPI, but also exceeded the original target value by a lot. It is hoped that the alliance's goal of independent operation can soon be reached.
|Effective start/end date||2022/02/01 → 2023/01/31|
- Smart platform
- publishing industry
- language technology
- reading education
- adaptive education
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