Optoelectronic Education

Optoelectronic Education

AUO has long supported the cultivation of scientific talent. We actively promote optoelectronic science education at the grassroots level. To inspire student interest in science, AUO applied our expertise in optoelectronics to the hosting of science camps. We also donated “DADA’s Magic Land” to the National Museum of Natural Science to boost student interest in learning about science through hands-on experience. They can then apply what they learned to everyday life and enjoy the fun of technology.

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Visitors
1,188,509
persons
Course Attendance
11,907
persons
Volunteer Input
2,836
persons
Service Hours
9,562.5
hours
SROI Social Return on Investment (SROI) is based on the outcomes of the 2017 DADA’s Magic Science Camp
9.12

DADA’s Magic Land

As the largest Largest opto - electronics site in Taiwan, promotes core opto - electronics knowledge through partnership with external consultants.— Located at the National Museum of Natural Science in Taichung.

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DADA’s Magic Land

The First Base for Learning About Optoelectronic Principles in Taiwan

AUO applied our core expertise in optoelectronics to establish an in-depth partnership with the National Museum of Natural Science in 2009 and create a learning site for optoelectronic principles. The site starts with the sun, optics and color theory before moving onto vision and imaging concepts. Interactive machines were designed using panel technology to show the applications of optoelectronic principles and how they are put into practice. In keeping with our emphasis on popular science education, guided tours and on-site presentations of optoelectronics knowledge help inspire people’s interest in basic optoelectronic sciences.

  • Optoelectronics Theme
  • Fantasy-themed animations and interactive exhibits present optoelectronic principles and panel applications
  • Group tour reservations and open admission
Objectives in 2025
Incorporates key components from the 12-Year Basic Education Curricula
Course designed with optoelectronic themes
The number of guided tour visitors has increased eight times
The goal is to increase participation by education volunteers by 20% each year
URL

http://dada.auo.com/zh/


Target

1st ~ 6th grade elementary school students


Gallery Tour Schedule

Two daily sessions are provided every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Morning session: 10:00 ~ 11:00, Afternoon session: 14:00 ~ 15:00

Group Tour Reservations

Please reserve by phone or e-mail. Reservations should be made one week in advance. Group tours are for groups of 10 ~ 20 people to ensure a quality experience. For more information, please contact the venue.


Venue contact

Mr./Ms. Ko
Telephone:0965-592082
E-mail:dadamagic@auo.com

DADA’s Magic Science Camp

Exclusive one-day science camp on opto-electronics knowledge know-how for junior high students in partnership with other professional organizations

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DADA’s Magic Science Camp

Exclusive one-day science camp on opto-electronics knowledge know-how for junior high students in partnership with other professional organizations

AUO began collaborating with the National Museum of Natural Science and the Yuan T. Lee Foundation Science Education for All in 2016 to host the “DADA’s Magic Science Camp”, a one-day science camp for junior high school students receiving the Honest-Intelligent Scholarship. The camp provides outstanding students from disadvantaged backgrounds with more learning opportunities, expands their horizons, and extra-curricular knowledge. The events also give students the chance to meet with their peers so they can benefit from both the scientific knowledge they learn and the personal interactions they take part in, resulting in more direct and tangible benefits on the spiritual level.

  • Extension of the AUO「Honest-Intelligent Scholarship」, program to increase science education opportunities for high school students
  • Held in the first and second halves of the year during the school terms

A Social Return on Investment (SROI) analysis and survey was conducted on 583 people in 2017 to establish the influence of corporate contributions to society. The analysis determined that each scholarship dollar invested in “DADA’s Magic Science Camp” generated 9.12 dollars of social value. Students that participate in the science camp therefore benefit from its educational effects and expansion in personal relations.

Interviews with the students found that taking part in the science camp increased their interest in optoelectronics as well as desire to learn more in the future. For education volunteers, they expressed their support for the company’s social responsibility investments through their participation and contribution of knowledge.

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