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2011, Vol.7, No.2

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    Investigation on the Relationship between the Results of Lecture Monitoring and Learning Effects in Distance University E-learning

    Yeong Lee , Kyung-A Son | 2011, 7(2) | pp.1~19 | number of Cited : 1
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    In order to figure out the relationship between the results of lecture monitoring and learning effects, this study evaluated whether the results of lecture monitoring which includes syllabus, teaching skills, learning structure, learning relevance and learning methods affect on the satisfaction rate. This research also assessed whether the learning effects as satisfaction rate have any influence on perceived learning achievements. Lecture monitoring covered 30 subjects of the first semester of 2010 in K Cyber University which is located in Seoul. Conducting the survey which was composed of 21 questionnaires, we selected 493 cases which were applicable to the proportional stratified sampling method as research issues. The analysis of structural equating model showed us decent goodness-of-fit of measurement model ; x²=635.795, df=173, CFI= .95, TLI= .94, RMSEA= .07. Upon the verification of hypothesis, we can find following outcomes. Firstly, the monitoring results of syllabus, teaching skills, learning structure and learning relevance don't affect on the satisfaction rate. Secondly, the monitoring of learning method has considerable influence on the satisfaction rate. Lastly, satisfaction rate has significant effect on perceived learning achievement.
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    Issue Analysis on the Program Differentiation of the University Lifelong Education Center

    Ilkyoung Noh | 2011, 7(2) | pp.21~39 | number of Cited : 1
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    Differentiation in education program has been recently regarded as a requisite to sustain the University Lifelong Education Center(ULEC). The study addresses the problem on way to differentiate the ULEC's education program. We consider object of education, program contents and organization of education program as criteria of the program differentiation, and tried to verify the point at issue included in the criteria through investigation of the inter-system interaction for higher education systems and adult education systems. The study reveals that clear definition in role and responsibility of ULEC as sub-structures, systematic connection among sub-structures in the system, and differentiation from external system element are essential.
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    Development of Prototype for a prototype of mobile learning with 3G mobile phone

    Sungho Kwon , Jeong Eun Lee | 2011, 7(2) | pp.41~69 | number of Cited : 5
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    The purpose of the study is to develop a prototype of mobile learning with 3G mobile phone. We defined mobile learning as a learning system which is used for classroom to add mobility, ubiquity, instantaneity. It supports not only classroom actives alone, but also out of classroom activities. The prototype was designed to guide teaching and learning activities with 3G mobile phone. Prototype was reviewed by experts and revised twice. Finally, prototype acceptance was tested with 30 middle school students. The total perceived usefulness was M=3.54, SD=.71911, perceived easy of use was M=3.37, SD=.84750, and intention to participate was M=3.90, SD=.80301 points. The result of interview shows that most of participants have positive attitudes to prototype and understood possibilities of mobile materials for learning through experiencing of using the prototype.
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    The Effects of Instruction Learning Types of Blended Learning on Program Outcomes, Satisfaction and Instructional Climate in Liberal Arts Teaching at Junior College

    김경 , Kyungjin Kim , Hyojin Lee | 2011, 7(2) | pp.71~96 | number of Cited : 4
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    The purpose of the study is to analyze to the effects of instruction learning types of blended learning on program outcomes, satisfaction and instructional climate(liveness, creativity, elaborateness, genialness) in liberal arts teaching of a large class at junior college. The target persons were composed of 448 students of H junior college in Seoul that registered the course "practical training methodology" in 2011 first semester. The results of the study revealed that there were statistically significant differences regarding the Program Outcomes variable(t = 9.21, p <.05), and the instructor satisfaction variable(t = 3.13, p <.05) between the two groups by teaching methods. Otherwise there was not statistically significant differences regarding the learner satisfaction variable. As for the instructional climate, the mood was elevated positively. The results of this study suggested that the method of web-based Dyads peer tutoring had an effect on the Program Outcomes, instructor satisfaction and instructional climate. Web-based Dyads peer tutoring can be applied effectively in teaching situations in liberal arts class of college that consisted of students of a variety of basic skills.
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    Analysis of Adult student's Self-recognition to Learning Performances at Cyber University

    Yun,Hye-Sun , 김선희 | 2011, 7(2) | pp.97~118 | number of Cited : 21
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    This study aimed to examine how much performances adult students at a cyber university consider they have obtained with cyber-learning. To the end, adult students' learning performances closely related with their learning were analyzed by dividing them the performances into cognitive, affective, career and employment, and social domains. The result showed that adult learners regarded learning performances were very high. In particular, in cognitive and affective areas they showed very high performances. In the areas of career and employment, they perceived relatively low performances, but individual differences were large; therefore some individuals thought their performances were high. According to the analysis result of questionaire, increase in intellectual interest, importance of participating in lifelong education in ordinary life, and desire for sustaining lifelong learning opportunities, opportunities to enter higher-level schools showed high scores. This means that they have a lot of intellectual desires and aspirations for continuing education. Adult students diagnose their own learning performances, as well as cyber university can utilize as a basis for evaluation.
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    Gateways Lifelong Learning in TVET for a Viable Future of Bangladesh

    Md. Abu Raihan , Han Seung Lock | 2011, 7(2) | pp.119~136 | number of Cited : 0
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    Procurement, production and proper utilization of ‘high-tech’ is a major concern for the developing country like Bangladesh. Till now there have no learning center which can provide the continuing technical awareness and precaution among the community in Bangladesh. Most of the consumers and the stakeholders of the country are working every moment with modern amenities without academic ‘know-how’. Thus, the article focuses on Lifelong Learning fasten with TVET perspective. It promotes the view that TVET canister to play a central role within any learning initiatives. The objective of the article is therefore to present the claim that Lifelong Learning Centers must have the relation with TVET framework to enable an effective interaction among the communities. The literature-based methodology used to prepare this article for analysis the main issues covered. The idea that the article generated is not the country specific. Moreover, it will helpful as it needs for some other countries where TVET involved uttering the newness of technical inventions in the scientific society.
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    A Study on e-Portfolio Standardization

    손진곤 | 2011, 7(2) | pp.137~156 | number of Cited : 0
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    An e-portfolio, an electronic portfolio, developed by grafting information and communication technology(ICT) onto a conventional portfolio, is used for solving problems of conventional portfolios such as difficulties in preservation, modification, and transportation of portfolio details. Because different e-portfolios have been used in different organizations, however, the e-portfolio also has a problem in terms of 'interoperability' of users' portfolio information, usually requested when they want to go on an institution of higher grade, to change their jobs, and to apply to promotions in companies. For securing the interoperability of e-portfolios, we need a standard of e-portfolio. This paper has been written for proposing a standardization plan of Korean e-portfolio in order to enhance more effective utilization of e-portfolios in Korea. Firstly, this paper has introduced e-portfolio concepts and analyzed national trends and global trends of e-portfolio use cases. Domestic trends shows that e-portfolios have been used in various educational fields including K-12, higher, cooperative, and lifelong educations. In the analysis of global trends, five countries in Europe, USA, and Canada has been included. Secondly, this paper has also analyzed international trends of e-portfolio standardization activities being done by ISO/IEC, the international organization of standard and CEN, the European standardization organization. As the typical nation-wide standardization activity, JISC in UK has been analyzed. Finally, from the analysis of global use cases and standardization activities of e-portfolios, this paper has proposed a standardization plan of Korean e-portfolio.
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    Job Stress-related Factors of Open University Distant Education Students with having Job

    Young Im Kim , Kim, Jeong-Hee , 이창현 | 2011, 7(2) | pp.157~174 | number of Cited : 3
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    The purpose of this study was to identify job stress-related factors of distant education students having job. The participants were 458 students from Jeju campus of Korean National Open University. The data were collected from April to June 2010 using a structured questionnaire and analyzed using t-test, ANOVA and stepwise regression analysis. The mean score of job stress was not high; the highest was job demand, the second was organizational system, and the lowest was occupational climate. The result of affecting factors on job stress were more significant in the junior college graduates than college ones, in majoring natural science, without learning supporters, and having difficulties during study, fatigue, shifting work pattern, working times, or with lower job status. The distant education students' job stress was not so high, but this study shows needs to manage high job stress students group properly. It will be needed to develop supportive program based on the tailored and specialized study supporting strategies for those each characteristic group.
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    A Case Study on the Lifelong Educational Meaning of Small Library Movement

    지희숙 , YANG, Byungchan | 2011, 7(2) | pp.175~202 | number of Cited : 8
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    Small libraries are some educational spaces operated by spontaneous participation of school parents who are interested in village education. They find out new movement that aims for local educational community. We believe that the small library in village is the principal place of lifelong learning for residents to study each other on the community problem solving. But it could not draw attention in the study on the field of lifelong education in the meantime. Therefore this study tried to find out the meaning of lifelong education of the small library activities by analyzing a case of Alzzam Village Library in the poor urban area. The village library could be divided into three characteristics focused on the aspect of activities of participating members, 1) the ideology and activity method, 2) the aspect of group study and 3) extendability of activities. It is the base of community education and sets regional publicness as principal ideology. And on the foundation of spontaneous participation and reciprocal relation of residents, activities take place. Their activities are connected to community thought and formation of identity of the small library activities. In this study, as a lifelong educational meaning of Alzzam Library, first, the members who participate in small library movement came to be able to do self-awareness as principal agent of lifelong learning and turn out local education experts. In addition, their learning appeared to establish the foundation of formation of life-oriented village educational community through social practices beyond the concept learning.