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A Study on the Operating Conditions of Lecture Contents in Contactless Online Classes for University Students

  • Journal of the Korean Biblia Society for Library and Information Science
  • 2021, 32(4), pp.5-24
  • DOI : 10.14699/kbiblia.2021.32.4.005
  • Publisher : Journal Of The Korean Biblia Society For Library And Information Science
  • Research Area : Interdisciplinary Studies > Library and Information Science
  • Received : November 3, 2021
  • Accepted : December 6, 2021
  • Published : December 30, 2021

Jong-Moon Lee 1

1경성대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to investigate and analyze the operating conditions of lecture contents in contactless online classes for University students. First, as a result of analyzing the responses of 93 respondents, 93.3% of the respondents took real-time online lectures (47.7%) or recorded video lectures (45.6%). Second, as a result of analyzing the contents used as textbooks, it was found that e-books (materials) and paper books (materials) were used together (36.6%), or e-books or electronic materials (36.6% and 37.6% respectively) were used in both liberal arts (47.3%) and major subjects (39.8%). In addition to textbooks, both major subjects and liberal arts highly used web materials (47.6% and 40.5% respectively) and YouTube materials (33.3% and 48.0% respectively) as external materials. Third, both liberal arts and major subjects used ‘electronic files in the form of PPT or text organized and written by instructors’ (62.9% and 58.1% respectively), ‘internet materials’ (16.7% and 19% respectively) and ‘paper book or materials’ (10.4% and 12.3% respectively) to share lecture contents. For the screen displayed lecture contents, 93.5% of the respondents satisfied in major subjects, and 90.2% of the respondents satisfied in liberal arts. These results suggest developing multimedia-based lecture contents and an evaluation solution capable of real-time exam supervision, developing a task management system capable of AI-based plagiarism search, task guidance, and task evaluation, and institutionalizing a solution to copyright problems for electronicizing lecture materials so that lectures can be given in the ubiquitous environment.

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