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A Study on an Actual Practice of "International Availability of a Curriculum" in College of Arts
예술대학의 『교육과정의 국제 통용성 확보』를 위한 실제
Kim, Hye-jin;Jang, Chung-ok
- Received : 2015.04.20
- Accepted : 2015.10.15
- Published : 2015.11.30
Cultures mean communication. With the whole world communicating online simultaneously, international availability has also been required in education. Especially the social media including the YouTube has opened a new age of e-learning, if not intending to do so, and the curriculum of a college or a university has kept up with the needs of our time. This study contains domestic and international professional programs equipped with internalization of a curriculum. It has suggested a role of college of arts as a customized and specialized institution which offers students advanced skills of related international industries through an internationalization of a curriculum of media and arts. It also suggests that full-time faculties need to develop a program to secure an international expertise. It can be concluded that a shift of paradigm towards education industry through social media contributes to needs to secure an international availability of a curriculum.
International Availability;Curriculum;College of Arts;Social Media
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