Korea South

Conjoint analysis for mobile devices for ubiquitous learning in higher education: The Korean case

Despite the increasing importance of mobile devices in education, the essential features of these devices for ubiquitous learning have not been empirically addressed. This study empirically investigated the necessary conditions for using mobile devices as an educational tool for ubiquitous learning in higher education by a conjoint method. The results show that respondents want to use Window-based large-screen devices for their educational purposes; thus, current tablet PCs might not be suitable in terms of screen size and type of platform.

Analysing South Korea's ICT for Development Aid Programe

Since the year 2000, there has been a significant growth in the ICT4D component of South Korea's aid programme. Given Korea's ICT capabilities and demands for ICT4D support from developing nations, this may make good sense. This paper, though, analyses a little deeper, starting to ask some initial questions about underlying perspectives and actual performance. It provides an overview of ICT4D expenditure levels, programmes, and key actors.

8th Session of APCICT’s Governing Council convened in Incheon, Republic of Korea on 12 December 2013

The United Nations Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development (APCICT) organized the 8th Session of its Governing Council in Incheon, Republic of Korea on 12 December 2013 to review the progress and accomplishments of the Centre.