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Introduce

Korean Online Open Course
Draw your future with colorful K-MOOC

K-MOOC is a Korean MOOC established in 2015

as an open online service to provide free courses

to anyone, anywhere.

K-MOOC Introduction

MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Course,

which is an open online learning process.

Courses available only for students in the classroom

were transformed into auditable online video lectures.

At present, the courses have been completed with interactive

learning processes such as Q&A, discussions, quizzes,

and assignment submission.

In line with global trends of open higher education,

K-MOOC aims to open high-quality lectures to realize a balance

of practical opportunities in higher education

and innovation in university classes.

In addition, K-MOOC strives to grow as a global brand

by developing lectures of excellent quality in Korea.

K-MOOC BI

K-MOOC seeks to implement life-long learning by providing reliable and excellent higher education content.

BI is designed by combining blue with Sans-Serif, a visual element for brands that captures this personality.

Vision

K-MOOC dreams about a colorful future.

Through the simple and close connection of teachers and learners,

K-MOOC will help many people create a new

and challenging future better than yesterday.

Offline K-MOOC

Expositions

Annual participation in lifelong learning fairs.

Talk Concert

In Talk Concert, learners meet
with participating university instructors
and enjoy various performances.

Special lecture

An opportunity to audit university
courses.

User Guideline

Youth

Access online learning materials to
explore future career opportunities

College Students

Access prior learning materials before coming to class
and deepen knowledge through supplements

Lifelong Learners

Learn about the latest trends
and information based on individual
aptitudes and interests.

Job Seekers and Employees

Strengthen personal capabilities for
employment, discover new business items, and
enhance vocational competency.

Faculty

Flipped Learning*Diversify class activities through

*A reversal of traditional teaching, students are introduced to the
learning materials before class, and classroom time is then used to deepen
understanding through discussions with peers and problem-solving.

University

Develop teaching strategies by analyzing
learning data and using reverse learning
and the like to promote learning innovation.

  • 14, Cheonggyecheon-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea (04520) | E-mail:  kmooc@nile.or.kr Copyright(c)2019. 국가평생교육진흥원 (National Institute For Lifelong Education. All rights reserved)
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