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A Study on the Culture and Technology Convergence Linking Education Process through the CL (Collaborative Lecture) Teaching Method

  • The Journal of Transdisciplinary Studies
  • Abbr : JTS
  • 2023, 7(2), pp.185-195
  • Publisher : The Society for Transdisciplinary Studies
  • Research Area : Interdisciplinary Studies > Interdisciplinary Research
  • Received : June 24, 2023
  • Accepted : July 2, 2023
  • Published : August 31, 2023

Yu sung ha 1

1건양대학교

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ABSTRACT

The cultural technology major is a convergence of various studies and knowledge, with the goal of convergence between various disciplines such as culture and arts subjects in universities, humanities, science technology, and management/marketing. Furthermore, we can see this case of convergence as a curriculum development to study the educational model of a holistic university education that fosters creative thinking through the convergence of various majors rather than a curriculum that creates experts with only one major in the form of an educational model that is connected to the meeting of technology and humanities emerging after the fourth industrial revolution. This is traditional interdisciplinary exchanges within the university, as well as a response to pure academics preparing for the “complexity” of the future society centered on the convergence of majors, a study to find out how basic and pure studies can be applied to various industrial changes that can appear in the future society through the convergence of culture and art, humanities and technology to enhance human imagination, and an interdisciplinary convergence that can inform the students, who are the beneficiaries of education, of the experiences of various disciplines. Therefore, the Cultural Technology Convergence Major, created at Konyang University, aims to develop a creative curriculum design and majors that can help learners by converging humanities courses, science technology, design, and marketing courses opened within the university based on the concept mentioned earlier. Accordingly, this researcher conducted preliminary research on convergent majors in order to minimize collision between sciences that can occur in the process of integrating such sciences as the humanities, science technology, culture and arts, and design and marketing, develop convergent majors reasonably, and build up a system for it. To address the goal, the FGI was carried out with experts on the curricula of convergent majors blended with cultural technology and students, the consumers of those majors, to collect their opinions and examine their attitudes. In addition, to verify it, grounded on the results of several surveys, this study investigated the most crucial factors in the process of forming new convergent sciences or majors and designed convergent majors reviewing studies conducted by professors of culture and arts, the humanities, science technology, and management/marketing.

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