In my high school, I was not a good math student. So I envied my friend who is good at math. In middle school, I was learning trigonometric functions and wondered where to use them, but not many people to ask. Because I’m introverted to ask and only motivation of learning was going college. I just thought it would be necessary in college study.
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On October 25, I attended UNESCO’s Unitwin Seminar held by the Korea National Open University(KNOU) and talked about the use of open source. Through this project, KNOU has been interacting with universities in Mongolia, Malaysia, Vietnam and Nepal. In particular, the participating universities seem to be interested in the topic of distance education, which is the strength of KNOU. Hanoi Open University(HNOU) from Vietnam and Tribhuvan University from Nepal which introduced Nepal Open University as a would-be partner for the current project.
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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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