A Virtual University Trial Project: Its Impact on Higher Education in South Korea
IETI Volume 38, Number 1, ISSN 1355-8005
Examines recent government policies in higher education in South Korea and analyzes changes. Introduces the Virtual University Trial Project aimed at: encouraging educational partnerships; creating a cost-effective, quality virtual education system; identifying appropriate policies and standards; and sharing experiences. Discusses its impacts on higher education and offers recommendations for improvement and future research. (AEF)
Jung, I. & Rha, I. (2001). A Virtual University Trial Project: Its Impact on Higher Education in South Korea. Innovations in Education and Training International, 38(1), 31-41.
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