The School of Learning Informatics is affiliated with the College of Education, National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU). Founded in 2018, the School of Learning Informatics aims to integrate relevant academic programs in the field of Learning Sciences and Information in NTNU. The main office is located in the Education Building inside NTNU Main Campus II (also known as Library Campus).
The School of Learning Informatics is consisted of one undergraduate program and two post-graduate programs, including Program of Learning Sciences, Graduate Institute of Information and Computer Education and Graduate Institute of Library and Information Studies. Currently, there are over 20 faculty members in the School and their research concentrations cover a wide range of contemporary issues in the field of learning sciences such as e-learning, computer education, science education, educational psychology, information communication, and information management.
The School of Learning Informatics is striving to cultivate academics and professionals in the field of learning sciences by innovating new forms and applications of learning through information and communication technology, developing the managerial and research talents in knowledge services, and conducting pioneering research in knowledge preservation, organization, value creation, dissemination, and management in the current knowledge-based society.