- Volume 19 Issue 11
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Research about senior citizen IT start-up education linking the IoT
IoT(사물인터넷)를 연계한 고령층IT창업 교육에 관한 연구
- Kim, Ki-hyuk (Department of Computer Science, Dongeui University) ;
- Ahn, Gwi-Im (Department of Computer Science, Dongeui University) ;
- Lim, Hwan-Seob (Department of Computer Science, Dongeui University) ;
- Jung, Deok-Gil (Department of Computer Science, Dongeui University)
- Received : 2015.10.02
- Accepted : 2015.11.09
- Published : 2015.11.30
Startup in the aging society is much harder than finding employment. However, we did an experimental research that the elderly are able to develop in the field of IoT via this education. Through this IT startup education, those people who can do develop and implement and they are able to start new business by develop new item. Installing education between hardware and software about Arduino and Scratch's methods have great effect on IT startup education for the elderly before solving problem which have existing programming education. While the IT startup education through IoT is more difficult subject compared to general education subject, this paper shows an easily accessible research outcome for the elderly through startup education. This paper proved that practical uses through the results.
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