Education, Skills and Learning

The future of online education: lessons from South Korea

A professor at Pusan National University, South Korea, gives an online lecture Image: REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

Cornelius Kalenzi

Postdoctoral Researcher, KAIST-Korea Policy Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Danbee Back

Researcher, KAIST-Korea Policy Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Moonjung Yim

Postdoctoral Researcher, KAIST-Korea Policy Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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How South Korea's higher education sector has adopted online learning Image: Korea Economic Daily
The transition online is far from smooth, say presidents of private universities Image: Dong-A Ilbo

The 'hybridtact' approach Image: Authors

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