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A Study of Cyber University Core Competence: The Consumer's Perception about Off-line Base University (사이버대학교의 핵심역량에 관한 연구 : 오프라인 기반 대학에 대한 소비자 지각을 중심으로)

  • Lim, Yang Whan;Kwon, Soon Hong
    • Journal of Korea Society of Digital Industry and Information Management
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    • v.4 no.4
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    • pp.127-138
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    • 2008
  • To study about core capability which becomes the kernel of sustainable competitive advantage (SCA) in cyber university which confronts competition-deepening circumstance, the value and importance of brand and educational services of cyber universities which stand on the basis of offline university were examined. Moreover, core capability based on the importance of cyber university service was searched, and its strategic course were suggested. Within research processes, competition environment of cyber university was forecasted, and importance to build up its core capability was examined. Moreover, conjoint analysis was carried out for three offline cyber universities. As a result of survey analysis, effectiveness of cyber university brand showed greater influence than other characteristics in terms of the influence which affects consumer preference for cyber university. Therefore, to overcome weaknesses of brand asset in low brand power cyber university, establishment of strong core capability which reflects consumer preference is needed to carry out differentiation strategy or concentration strategy, and it is necessary to consider the introduction of new competitiveness structure.

A Study on Priority for Success Factors for Chatting Service of Cyber University and Implementation of Chatting Service

  • Lee, Min Jung;Lim, Hyo Yeon
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.23 no.11
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    • pp.151-158
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    • 2018
  • As the competition of 21 cyber universities in Korea has been on a continual increase, they are focusing on improving the quality of the e-learning education in cyber universities. In this study, we intended to derive the failure factors of the previous chatting system in the 2010s and the success factors from previous studies. Next, we identified priorities among five factors(Reliability, UI Convenience, Usability, Network effect, Operational policy) using AHP and the practical ways to implement the chatting service. We applied the chatting system to all the curriculums of S cyber university. Our study finds that the chat service affects the satisfaction of education. Finally, we propose the utilization plan to improve the e-learning education of cyber university through the findings of this research.

A Study on the Website Evaluation and Improvement of Korean Cyber University Websites (국내 사이버대학교 웹사이트 평가 및 개선방안 연구)

  • Moon, Tae-Eun;Moon, Hyung-Nam
    • Journal of Intelligence and Information Systems
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.137-156
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    • 2008
  • The purpose of this study is to implement evaluation on domestic cyber University web site to analyze web usability and web accessibility in order to present how much cyber University provides various personalized services and qualitative contents to users on web site. And also with this result, I hope to contribute in qualitative development of web site and reliability of remote education. For this purpose, I developed checklist suitable to remote University by applying SM-ABCDE assessment method of Moonhyeongnam, the professor in Sookmyung Women's University, and implemented evaluation on web sites of 17 cyber University over the five aspects of attraction, business, contents, design, and engineering. As the result of this study, it was found that Busan Digital University was best in the respect of attraction, both Kyunghee Cyber University and Cyber University of foreign studies were best in the respect of business, Kyunghee University was best in the respect of contents, and Hanyang Cyber University was best in the respect of design. It was also evaluated in the comprehensive view and the order was found that Kyunghee Cyber University, Busan Cyber University, and Hanyang Cyber University. However in the respect of engineering, it came out that all the sites did not observe the regulation on web accessibility. If domestic Cyber Universities are to observe the regulation on web accessibility with the long term view, on the base of this study, web usability would be increasing. Then they can secure various classes of customers as well as ordinary people so that they will be able to take the real place of educational institution orienting the most advanced educational method in the society of knowledge and information in addition to advance in themselves.

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국내 17개 사이버대학교 웹사이트 평가 및 개선방안 연구

  • Mun, Tae-Eun;Mun, Hyeong-Nam
    • Proceedings of the Korea Inteligent Information System Society Conference
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    • pp.111-120
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    • 2007
  • Recently the importance of website becomes confident in realizing the long distance education (teleeducation) as web. The purpose of this research is evaluating the websites of cyber university and analyzes web usability and web accessibility and analyzes to suggest the good quality content and several personalized service. Also we tried to improve website quality and contribute the reliability of the long distance education with all these. For these we applied the of professor Hyung Nam Moon's SM-ABCDE website evaluation model and developed the check list suitable for cyber university and evaluated websites in the five views of Attraction, Business, Content, Design, Engineering. Totally Kyunghee Cyber University, Busan Digital University, Hanyang Cyber University is selected best in sequence. But every website doesn't keep the basic observation rule of the web accessibility.

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A Study on the Factors Affecting Intention on Continuous Use of Mobile Learning in Cyber University (이러닝과 연계된 모바일러닝에서 사이버대학생의 지속사용의도와 영향요인간 구조적 관계 분석)

  • Ju, Young ju;Shin, Eui Kyoung;Ham, Yu Kyoung
    • The Journal of Information Systems
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.47-71
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of the present study is to verify the structural relationship among system quality, information quality, service quality, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, satisfaction, intention on continuous use of mobile learning in cyber university. For this study, W cyber university in Korea was chosen to conduct web survey. The subjects were 283 students who participated in W's cyber university courses. A hypothetical model was composed of system quality, information quality, service quality, perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness as exogenous variables, satisfaction and intention on continuous use of mobile learning as endogenous variables. The result of this study through structural equation modeling analysis is as follows: First, information quality only affect satisfaction, Second, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness and satisfaction significantly affect intention on continuous use of mobile learning. These results imply that information quality should be considered for the design and development of mobile learning contents. Also, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness and satisfaction is important to enhance intention on continuous use of mobile learning. This study proposes strategies for successful mobile learning in cyber university.

A study on the developing and implementation of the Cyber University (가상대학 구현에 관한 연구)

  • Choi, Sung;Yoo, Gab-Sang
    • Proceedings of the Technology Innovation Conference
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    • pp.116-127
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    • 1998
  • The Necessity of Cyber University. Within the rapidly changing environment of global economics, the environment of higher education in the universities, also, has been, encountering various changes. Popularization on higher education related to 1lifetime education system, putting emphasis on the productivity of education services and the acquisition of competitiveness through the market of open education, the breakdown of the ivory tower and the Multiversitization of universities, importance of obtaining information in the universities, and cooperation between domestic and oversea universities, industry and educational system must be acquired. Therefore, in order to adequately cope wi th these kinds of rapid changes in the education environment, operating Cyber University by utilizing various information technologies and its fixations such as Internet, E-mail, CD-ROMs, Interact ive Video Networks (Video Conferencing, Video on Demand), TV, Cable etc., which has no time or location limitation, is needed. Using informal ion and telecommunication technologies, especially the Internet is expected to Or ing about many changes in the social, economics and educational area. Among the many changes scholars have predicted, the development and fixations of Distant Learning or Cyber University was the most dominant factor. In the case of U. S. A., Cyber University has already been established and in under operation by the Federate Governments of 13 states. Any other universities (around 500 universities has been opened until1 now), with the help of the government and private citizens have been able to partly operate the Cyber University and is planning on enlarging step-by-step in the future. It could be seen not only as U. S. A. trying to elevate its higher education through their leading information technologies, but also could be seen as their objective in putting efforts on subordinating the culture of the education worldwide. UTRA University in U. S. A., for example, is already exporting its class lectures to China, and Indonesia regions. Influenced by the Cyber University current in the U.S., the Universities in Korea is willing .to arrange various forms of Cyber Universities. In line with this, at JUNAM National University, internet based Cyber University, which has set about its work on July of 1997, is in the state of operating about 100 Cyber Universities. Also, in the case of Hanam University, the Distant Learning classes are at its final stage of being established; this is a link in the rapid speed project of setting an example by the Korean Government. In addition, the department of education has selected 5 universities, including Seoul Cyber Design University for experimentation and is in the stage of strategic operation. Over 100 universities in Korea are speeding up its preparation for operating Cyber University. This form of Distant Learning goes beyond the walls of universities and is in the trend of being diffused in business areas or in various training programs of financial organizations and more. Here, in the hope that this material would some what be of help to other Universities which are preparing for Cyber University, I would 1ike to introduce some general concepts of the components forming Cyber University and Open Education System which has been established by JUNAM University. System of Cyber University could be seen as a general solution offered by tile computer technologies for the management on the students, Lectures On Demand, real hour based and satellite classes, media product ion lab for the production of the multimedia Contents, electronic library, the Groupware enabling exchange of information between students and professors. Arranging general concepts of components in the aspect of Cyber University and Open Education, it would be expressed in the form of the establishment of Cyber University and the service of Open Education as can be seen in the diagram below.

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A substantial study on the Relationship between students' variables and dropout in Cyber University (사이버대학 학습자관련 변인과 중도탈락 간의 관계 규명을 위한 실증적 연구)

  • Im, Yeon-Wook
    • Journal of The Korean Association of Information Education
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    • v.11 no.2
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    • pp.205-218
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    • 2007
  • This study investigates the reasons of dropout in a survey of 348 dropouts from a cyber university located in Seoul, Korea. Most common reasons are time constraints due to work or family-related needs. Difficulties in adjusting to online learning environment and uncertainties regarding the value of a cyber university degree also played important roles. Drop-out students who pointed to these two reasons also suffered from lack of communication and interaction with other students and professors. Efforts to address these issues are in order as well as the development of time-efficient learning strategies and financial aids.

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Authoring Tool for a Cyber University (가상대학 구축을 위한 AUTHORING TOOL에 대한 연구)

  • 이달상;이춘근
    • Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.65-76
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    • 1997
  • We discuss the characteristics of authoring tool for the lecture on demand(LOD) in a cyber university. Authoring tool will be one of the important tools for constructing LOD that gives good educational opportunities to students of cyber university. The one of characteristics in authoring tool is“Education”and“Entertainment”. The LOD system constructed with authoring tool will be impact on multimedia telecommunication, technology for constructing and searching multimedia database, GroupWare and distributing technology, etc.

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Cyber University Students' Perceptions of a DST Project to Develop English Skills

  • Moon, Dosik
    • International Journal of Advanced Culture Technology
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    • v.8 no.4
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    • pp.200-206
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    • 2020
  • Digital storytelling, a 21st century educational tool that combines digital media with storytelling, is considered as a powerful tool to learn foreign languages in an authentic and meaningful way. This study explored cyber university students' perceptions and experiences with a digital storytelling project implemented to enhance their English writing and speaking skills. The results of 9 week-long research indicated that most of the students' attitudes were positive: the digital storytelling project was effective to increase their English skills, learning motivation and interest in learning English. Most students perceived that the process writing approach and videotaping tasks provided them with good opportunities to develop their English writing and speaking skills. Although many students had difficulties selecting a topic and writing a script in the initial stage, they could handle with these challenges with the help of professors' feedback and successfully completed their projects. After completing the project, most students expressed a strong sense of accomplishment. These results suggest that the digital storytelling project effectively met cyber university students' learning needs and facilitate their English learning.