The first remote lecture connecting KCGI and National Jeju University in Jeju, Korea, via the Internet was realized on November 6 (Thu.).The first lecture was delivered from Room 205 of KCGI Hyakumanben Campus, and Professor Noboru Taka gave a lecture on "Internet Business Strategy and Marketing".Professor Goh is a native of South Korea and has served as the Director of Information Strategy at the Strategic Planning Office of Samsung Electronics Co.
From the Jeju National University side, students studying Japanese language and culture took part in the course.At the beginning of the lecture, they exchanged greetings, congratulated each other on the realization of the remote lecture, and confirmed that they would continue to exchange information on research.The lecture was conducted in Japanese.
In September this year, the two universities signed an agreement on the establishment of a Japan-Korea cyber campus, which will allow students from both countries to exchange classes on the Internet and take courses, and have been making various preparations. On November 18 (Tue.), a remote lecture from Jeju National University is scheduled.Professor Gyung Leen Park will be in charge of this course.