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Korean Content Management in e-Higher Education: Here and Hereafter
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Educational Technology Research and Development Volume 54, Number 2, ISSN 1042-1629

Abstract

Current trends in the management of e-learning content in Korean higher education are reviewed, along with important issues for future development. South Korean technological infrastructure, among the most advanced in the world, provides the necessary conditions for e-learning to proliferate, but as e-learning in higher education approaches a certain level of maturity and proliferation, there will emerge issues to be resolved at the national level. Suggested future considerations include establishing a national level of overarching planning for courseware management; university and consortium level planning for quality content management; e-learning content sharing systems through such methods as learning technology standardization; and a training and support system for specialists in educational development, instruction, and administration that can operate mutually and concurrently.

Citation

Lee, I. (2006). Korean Content Management in e-Higher Education: Here and Hereafter. Educational Technology Research and Development, 54(2), 209-219. Retrieved July 22, 2019 from .

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