Technology Innovations and the Development of Distance Education: Korean Experience
Open Learning Volume 15, Number 3, ISSN 0268-0513
Examines the Korean National Open University's (KNOU) four recent technology initiatives for distance education, including an online database and multimedia digital library, an integrated Web-based student support system, a videoconferencing network, and Web-based course. Suggests that it is instructional design, not technology, which is at the center of effective distance education. (Author/LRW)
Jung, I. (2000). Technology Innovations and the Development of Distance Education: Korean Experience. Open Learning, 15(3), 217.
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