Integrated Design of Web-Platform, Offline Supports, and Evaluation System for the Successful Implementation of University 2.0

Integrated Design of Web-Platform, Offline Supports, and Evaluation System for the Successful Implementation of University 2.0

Soyoung Kim (Yonsei University, Korea), Minyoung Kim (Yonsei University, Korea) and Junhee Hong (Kyungwon University, Korea)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-963-7.ch039
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Abstract

University 2.0 is a collaborative way of constructing andsharing knowledge, based on epistemological and social technologies to amplify the effect of interaction andparticipation at higher education settings. In this case study, Web 2.0 social technologies were implemented to improve teaching and learning performances by integrating user-centered interactive platform, offline support strategies, and evaluation systems. The interactive web-platform is the essence of University 2.0 and enables thevarious interested parties to practice the 2.0 spirits of openness, sharing, and participation. In order to make learning based on the web-platform more effective andefficient, offline supports such as learning cells, learning facilitators, and learning spaces should be supplemented.The CIPP model was employed to monitor all processes ofthe University 2.0 project, to guide developers to the next steps, to attract attention from faculty members andstudents, and to derive consensus among them.

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