Recently, I saw a report from the Ministry of Education’s 2018, “A Study on the Strategic Education ODA Promotion Plan through the Analysis of Educational Informatization Status of Developing Countries”. I was very happy to see some people interested in open source and shared the same interest as me.
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“101 ways to use Moodle” was published as my work outcome of this summer break (actually, it has been a lazy 2 years work results). You can come to the Jinotech booth at the Edu-Tech Fair 2019 and tell them you’re an e-learning practitioner to get free copy. But sorry, this is just Korean version for now.
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On Monday, we trained IT professionals from the education sector in Serbia. This training was a part of the KOICA project held by the Korea National Open University and is mainly conducted as an invitation training program.
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Sometimes I wonder why I had to run a business, despite that I was able to live with the salary of a professor. After being betrayed, agonized, and insulted by people in doing business.
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Recently, we use a lot of expressions of terms; convergence and creativity. I would say that the ability of convergence and creativity comes from our knowledge backed up from various fields. those terms are claimed to be the core of the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution.
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