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Revitalization for a Cyber Home Learning System -Focused on Jeju e-study 2.0-

사이버가정학습 활성화 방안 -제주 e-study 2.0을 중심으로-

  • 김은길 (제주대학교 컴퓨터교육) ;
  • 강남철 (제주대학교 초등컴퓨터교육) ;
  • 김종훈 (제주대학교 초등컴퓨터교육)
  • Received : 2010.06.10
  • Accepted : 2010.07.29
  • Published : 2010.08.28

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to present the effective operation method of cyber home learning system 2.0. Cyber home learning system 2.0 which plays an important role to produce and share data of internet users establishing user-centered internet environment is recently introduced as web 2.0 is beginning to appear. This research is based on the case of the operation on cyber home learning system, research literature of web 2.0 as well as expert consulting and performance test. After doing this research, cyber home learning system 2.0 can bring enormous educational effect when it has online education using web-based discussion tool and long distance consulting linking with off line school education. Redundant system configuration, the distributed processing also may be provided by the service was smooth. Moreover, it demands monitoring team consisting of student, parents and teacher in order to provide developmental service.

Keywords

Cyber Education;Home Learning Systeml;Home School;Web 2.0;e-Learning

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