On September 25, 2008, Kyoto Institute of Information and Jeju National University signed an agreement on the establishment of the "Japan-Korea Cyber Campus," which allows students from both universities to attend lectures on the Internet.
The signing ceremony, which took place at Jeju National University, was attended by President Chung-Sik Ko of Jeju National University, Chancellor Wataru Hasegawa of Tohoku University, and other officials from both universities.At the same time, the two universities signed a working-level memorandum of understanding (MOU) on communication experiments using a remote lecture system. In the future, the two universities will discuss how to check the quality of communication and create a framework for exchanging lectures in order to build a cyber campus.The first lecture is planned to be held this year, and the realization of the Japan-Korea Cyber Campus is expected to further promote exchanges between the education and research departments of the two universities.
In September 2006, The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics and National Jeju University signed an academic exchange agreement for the purpose of education and research in the IT field and mutual human exchange.In November 2007, the four parties, including the Jeju IT Association (Korea) and the National Federation of Local Information Industry Associations (Japan), concluded a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in promoting ICT projects to foster human resources and promote exchange in both countries.Since the same year, we have been holding Japanese company information sessions for university students in Jeju Province with the cooperation of the local government.
It was featured in a Korean newspaper.
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[Halla Ilbo, September 26, 2008]
Remote Image Lecture between Japan and Korea will be realized
Jeju University-The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics Cyber Campus Signing Ceremony
This is the prospect of further expanding the e-learning field at Jeju University.
Jeju National University signed an agreement with Kyoto Institute of Information Science in Japan on April 25 to establish a Japan-Korea cyber campus in order to secure educational competitiveness through mutual cooperation in image lectures using e-learning infrastructure and sharing of related technologies.
As a result, the two universities will establish a real-time remote video lecture system that can be used for exchanges in the fields of education and research, and current students will be able to obtain multiple degrees (Dual Degree) through the establishment of a cyber campus.
As a first attempt to demonstrate the lecture process, Professor Gyung Leen Park of the School of Natural Sciences will give an image lecture to students of Kyoto Institute of Information in the second semester of 2008.
The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics opened in April 2004 as the first and only IT professional graduate school in Japan. IT like CIO (Chief Information Officer), which is difficult to train at a graduate school with a focus on academic research. It aims to develop highly specialized professionals in the field.
The signing ceremony was held at the President's Office of Jeju National University and was attended by President Chung-Sik Ko and Chancellor Wataru Hasegawa, as well as other officials from both universities.
Agreement with Jeju University, Japan / The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics on cyber campus construction
Japanese and Korean university students receive quality education through image lectures
Jeju University signed an agreement with Japan's Kyoto Institute of Information Graduate University to establish a cyber campus at the president's office on April 25.
Through this agreement, the two universities will strengthen their educational competitiveness by sharing image lectures and related technologies using e-learning infrastructure.
Jeju University and Kyoto Institute of Information Graduate University have agreed that Professor Gyung Leen Park (Department of Computer Statistics) of Jeju University will give an image lecture to students of Kyoto Institute of Information Graduate University this semester as part of this project.
With the establishment of a cyber campus through this agreement, the two universities will also actively develop academic exchange and student and faculty exchange programs in addition to operating multiple degree programs.
Jeju University has already established a real-time remote video lecture system that can be used for the latest education and research fields.The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics is the only IT professional graduate school in Japan that opened in 2004.
[ Jeju Today, September 26, 2008
Jeju Univ.-Japan-The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics “Cyber Campus” construction meeting
Jeju National University and Kyoto Institute of Information Studies, Japan's first and only IT professional graduate school, signed an agreement on April 25 to establish a "Japan-Korea Cyber Campus" that will include image lectures and IT technology sharing.
This enables the two universities to operate Dual Degree programs, conduct academic exchanges, and organize mutual visits and intensive lectures by faculty members and students.
As part of this effort, Professor Gyung Leen Park of the School of Natural Science and Technology will give an imaging lecture to students of the Kyoto Institute of Information Graduate University in the second semester of this year.
The agreement signing ceremony, held at the Jeju University president's office, was attended by officials from the two universities, including President Chung-Sik Ko and the president of the Kyoto Institute of Information Science.
Opened in April 2004, the The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics is a highly specialized IT professional (leader), such as the Chief Information Officer (CIO), who is difficult to train at existing graduate schools with a focus on academic research. ) The goal is training.
Jeju University will build a cyber campus with The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics in Japan.
The two universities recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to establish a video lecture system in the fields of education and research, and to operate an inter-university credit transfer program.
This semester, a professor from Jeju National University will give a lecture to the Japanese side via the Internet.The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics is the only IT professional graduate school in Japan.