Fourth Industrial Revolution

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Online learning materials overwhelm DHH students because they contain too much content. Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Kibae Kim

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

Cholmin Kang

MSc Student, Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST

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Figure 1: The number of DHH and non-DHH students and teachers who participated in the interview Image: Author's own
Kibae Kim

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