Cyberlearning: The Korean Experience
The Republic of Korea’s successful shift to an information and communication technology-based education system provides useful lessons for other countries looking to make similar changes.
Less than half a century after emerging from the Korean War, the Republic of Korea has transformed its economy into one of the most successful in Asia, supported by a state-of-the-art education system.
At a workshop in Seoul organized by the Asian Development Bank in November 2016, Dae-Joon Hwang, an information and communication technology (ICT) in education expert, outlined the steps taken to achieve this transformation and presented ideas for countries looking to go down a similar path.
Republic of Korea, Education, Information and communication technology
Last updated: December 2016
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