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Promoting E-learning in University Education in Korea: The Role of Regional University E-learning Centers
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Promoting E-learning in University Education in Korea: The Role of Regional University E-learning Centers
Han, In-Soo; Oh, Keun-Yeob; Lee, Sang Bin;
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This paper aims at investigating what Regional University E-Learning Centers (RUECs) has done in promoting e-learning in university education in Korea. First, the e-learning situation in university education in Korea is introduced. Secondly, the background of establishment of RUECs and its functions are explained in detail. Thirdly, a case of RUECs is suggested by using the CNU-University E-Learning Center. In particular, the performance of e-learning is evaluated based on the student satisfaction data, and a paired-t test is implemented to see if there was any difference between `before` and `after` e-learning. Lastly, some suggestions are made to promote the e-learning in university education.
e-learning;Korea;university education;regional university e-learning centers;
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