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1. New Big Economy in East Asia Location : Far eastern part of Asia 1. New Big Economy in East Asia Location : Far eastern part of Asia Area : 99, 000 KM 2 (1/33 rd of India) Population : 47 million(1/22 nd of India) ‘The Miracle on the Han River, ’ rapid economic growth - 1996, 29 th member of OECD - th highest GDP, largest economy 11 1 -12 Schools : 10, 509, 7. 8 M students Colleges & Universities : 357, 2. 6 M students High Achievement in PISA study (OECD, 2003) 1 st problem solving 2 nd in math & reading 3 rd in science

2. IT Infrastructure th In e-Government Readiness 5 Index (UN, 2004) 1 st 4 2. IT Infrastructure th In e-Government Readiness 5 Index (UN, 2004) 1 st 4 th In broadband diffusion (OECD, 2003) In PC diffusion ( ITU, 2003) Number of Broadband Subscribers per 100 People (Digital Subscriber Line) OECD average IT industry rate in the GDP : 14. 8% (KNB, 2003) (OECD, 2004) The world best class of IT infrastructure will enables Korea to move forward into next stage of development

1. ICT Development Mobile Service (1988~1993) Multimedia (1994~1999) Internet (1998~2003) Ubiquitous (2004~) (NCA, 2005) 1. ICT Development Mobile Service (1988~1993) Multimedia (1994~1999) Internet (1998~2003) Ubiquitous (2004~) (NCA, 2005) Ubiquitous Multimedia Mobile 1988 Internet u-Korea , u-Learning, u-Port, u-City, Wi. Bro 1993 1999 2003 2006

2. Adapting ICT in Education Initial Infra. Stage ICT Utilization Stage e-Learning Stage u-Learning 2. Adapting ICT in Education Initial Infra. Stage ICT Utilization Stage e-Learning Stage u-Learning Stage 1996 ~ 2000 2001 ~ 2003 2004 ~ 2005 2006 ~ National Teaching. Learning Center · EDUNET Education Resources Sharing System HRD for knowledge based society u-Korea Lifelong Learning Society Strategic Point EBS e-Learning Project 1 PC per 1 PC per 25 Students 7 Students 5. 5 Students u-Learning Project Personal Mobile Device Tablet PC

3. e-Learning Initiatives Administration Operation Central Government MOE&HRD KERIS KICE Support KEDI KRIVET KISE 3. e-Learning Initiatives Administration Operation Central Government MOE&HRD KERIS KICE Support KEDI KRIVET KISE Oversee policy Provide guideline Regional Government Major Services National Teaching. Learning Center · EDUNET 16 MPOEs Develop and supply service Regional Educational Institute Education Training Institute Cyber Home Learning System Digital Library School Provide service to users Principle Research Department

3. Major e-Learning Initiatives : Case I National Teaching-Learning Center EDUNET Integrated Search Teacher 3. Major e-Learning Initiatives : Case I National Teaching-Learning Center EDUNET Integrated Search Teacher Student Central Regional School e. CRM / CMS Knowledge Ware House Education Administrators Parents Collaboration Integrate educational content nationwide (KEM 2. 0) Increase quality of educational service

3. Major e-Learning Initiatives : Case II Cyber Home Learning System Customized Learning Individualized 3. Major e-Learning Initiatives : Case II Cyber Home Learning System Customized Learning Individualized Learning Review Achievement Learning Consulting Cyber Home Learning System Q&A/Search Learning Management Feedback/ Support community activities Learning activities/ Announcement Cyber Teacher Cyber Tutor Feedback Teachers (School) Parents (Home)

3. Major e-Learning Initiatives : Case III National Education Information System (NEIS) MPOEs MOE&HRD 3. Major e-Learning Initiatives : Case III National Education Information System (NEIS) MPOEs MOE&HRD Statistics DB Admin DB Index DB Civil Service Support DB Education Admin DB MOE&HRD Citizens MPOEs Local Offices of Education, etc. Schools

3. A New Initiative : U-learning Pilot Project Conceptual Framework • Mobilebased Contents Futuristic 3. A New Initiative : U-learning Pilot Project Conceptual Framework • Mobilebased Contents Futuristic Contents MOE&HRD 16 MPOE Future School Model /R&D KERIS 21 Pilot Schools • Wireless Internet • Tablet PC, PDA, etc • LMS/LCMS New T&L Model Pilot Test U-environment Based on new technology • U-learning Strategies Private [Industry) Home ’ 05. 3 ’ 07. 2 MOE&HRD Build U-Schools Based on Pilot Project Result KT, MS, Intel, etc… U-learning Total Solution Service (Networking, Platform, Contents, etc. )

4. Current Status of ICT in Education and Research Primary & Secondary Education 86% 4. Current Status of ICT in Education and Research Primary & Secondary Education 86% of teachers use ICT for class (KERIS, 2004) 99. 6% of students use ICT for learning, 2 nd in OECD members (OECD, Students’ self-efficacy using ICT 2003) in learning : 71. 1 (OECD, 2005) Average of OECD members : 64. 2 Higher Education Research Information Service System (RISS) Users : 60% of faculty 88. 3% of Univ. 62% of graduate adopted estudents Learning(2004) 17 cyber universities Students Use ICT for Learning

1. Changes in Educational Environment Students’ Active Participation in Learning Changes in Demand Diverse 1. Changes in Educational Environment Students’ Active Participation in Learning Changes in Demand Diverse Learning Tools Better Internet Environment Changes in Content Individualized Learning Embedded Curriculum

2. Cooperation beyond Education Strengthen School MOE&HRD Education and Life-long Learning e-Learning in Public 2. Cooperation beyond Education Strengthen School MOE&HRD Education and Life-long Learning e-Learning in Public Sector MOGAHA MOCIE Develop e-Learning Industry Government e-Learning in Career Development Develop IT Industry MOL MIC

3. Vision of e-Learning Policy Development of National Human Resources through e-Learning Improve Quality 3. Vision of e-Learning Policy Development of National Human Resources through e-Learning Improve Quality of Education Develop Human Resources Strengthen Vocational & Career Education Promote e-Learning Globalization Create Regional Integration

4. e-Learning Policy Tasks Improve Quality of Education through e-Learning Customize services for teachers 4. e-Learning Policy Tasks Improve Quality of Education through e-Learning Customize services for teachers Encourage active participation of educators and learners Foster gifted students Develop Human Resources through e-Cluster Establish e-Teaching & Learning Center Connect academe, industry, and R&D institutes Support research information system Nurture e-Learning specialist

4. e-Learning Policy Tasks Strengthen Voc. & Career Education Development Support professional development at 4. e-Learning Policy Tasks Strengthen Voc. & Career Education Development Support professional development at SME Develop e-Learning service in the military Continual self-development for public employees and teachers Create Regional Integration through e-Community Expand learning opportunity for the disadvantaged, immigrants, and prisoners Support learning opportunity for dropouts

4. e-Learning Policy Tasks Promote e-Learning Globalization to Share Prosperity for All Promote global 4. e-Learning Policy Tasks Promote e-Learning Globalization to Share Prosperity for All Promote global partnership for ICT in education Operate ‘APEC e-Learning Training Program’ Expand international cooperative relationships to advance e-Learning Support global community of overseas Koreans

5. Organizational Structure and Strategies Oversee National Policy Responsible for e-Learning Enact Education Policy 5. Organizational Structure and Strategies Oversee National Policy Responsible for e-Learning Enact Education Policy MOE& HRD KERIS MPOEs Firm support and involvement of top administrator on education Build core competence of organizations Implement user-oriented policy Apply monitoring & evaluation system Collaborate among government bodies Allocate appropriate budget

Reduce Digital Divide Expand Collaboration of Public & Private Sectors Initiate Future e-Learning Practices Reduce Digital Divide Expand Collaboration of Public & Private Sectors Initiate Future e-Learning Practices such as u-Learning and u-City Extend Global Partnership for ICT in Education R&D for Next Generation Together