Funded Research

Our completed and funded research A knowledge-economic design for collaborative North-South research: potential for integrating ...
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Learning Implications of Korean Online Communities: Towards a New Paradigm of Social Learning

This study explores learning in online communities. The study focused on five Korean online communities ...
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글로벌한 관점에서 세계와 소통하는 안목을 키우다

저는 그동안 수십 개국 나라에서 일해봤기 때문에 여러 나라의 학생들이 같은 환경에서 어떤 모습을 보이는지 ...
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Development of a Global Lifelong Learning Index for Future Education

Since the transition from industrial society to a knowledge-based society, the source of national competitiveness ...
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The Cost of Not Educating the World’s Poor: The New Economics of Learning

The book traces how global instability, problems of environmental degradation, spread of global disease, migration ...
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Adapting Smartphones as Learning Technology in a Korean University

iPhone and Android technology only became available in Korea in 2010, yet today, nearly every ...
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Building Strength Through Knowledge Networks in Higher Education

The paper discusses the underlying economic shifts that cause a paradigm shift in the way ...
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Using Collective Adaptive Networks to Solve Education Problems in Poor Countries

Can education problems in poor countries be successfully addressed using knowledge economics? The old development ...
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A Learning Systems Approach to Cross-Cultural Virtual Organizations

Globally linked virtual organizations (VOs) hold the promise of successfully tackling complex problems and designs ...
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How Collective Intelligence Redefines Education

While collective intelligence systems become ubiquitous for learning in knowledge industries, civic life and personal ...
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Fostering Community-based Learning Leadership: A Korea–Zambia Project Design

Leadership in education begins with the establishment of a strong link between education and a ...
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Big Stories, Small Stories: Beyond Disputatious Theory Towards ‘Multilogue’

As an ‘international’ student of comparative education, I entered the field of comparative international education, ...
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Renegotiating Desire in North America: Risky education

This article assumes that desire, like fear, is an inescapable human condition; both are conditions ...
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Re-Imagining Comparative Education: Postfoundational Ideas and Applications for Critical Times

Re-Imagining Comparative Education presents a re-imagining of the field of comparative education, and its responses ...
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Postmodernism Debates and Comparative Education: A Critical Discourse Analysis

Detailed discourse analysis is presented for two articles that suggest that postmodernism has little to ...
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