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Determining the Priority of Lifelong Education Promotion Policy in Gyeongsangnam-do through AHP Analysis (AHP분석 방법을 통한 경상남도 평생교육진흥 정책 우선순위 결정)

  • Yun, Ji-Su
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.517-526
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    • 2013
  • Lifelong education promotion business to be the first to promote lifelong education promotion accountable to the governor of the city, the Lifelong Education Act Amendment (2007.12) emphasis on the research area 6 Lifelong Education and Lifelong Education Institute is established if analyzes what Gyeongsangnam-do lifetime policy implications for the promotion of education and implications are derived(through AHP). The results were as follows: occupational skill enhancement education (0.335) as the priority section. The development of life education policy (0.238) is the primary work process that must be initiated for the Gyeongnam life education promotion policy appropriate for the region's situation. This was followed by the development and distribution of life education program (0.148), construction of a connective system between life education organizations within the province (0.139) Raised the need to promote lifelong Education strategies, five core strategic industry linkages through regional industrial policy to keep pace with the flow of business for the Advancement of Education for the development and activation of Gyeongsangnam-do in a lifetime.

A Study on Application of Information Literacy Education of Public Library Connected Lifelong Education (평생교육과 연계한 공공도서관의 정보활용 교육 적용 방안에 관한 연구)

  • Cho, Mi-Ah
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.38 no.4
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    • pp.187-213
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this study is to investigate application of information literacy education. Lifelong education program that accomplishes local information center lifelong education center assigned among public libraries is surveyed and analyzed by e-learning and off-line program. This study is surveyed and analyzed on information literacy lifelong education and examples and data of public library.

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Exploring Variables Affecting the Willingness to Participate in Lifelong Education for the People with Developmental Disabilities (발달장애인의 평생교육 참여의사에 영향을 미치는 변인 탐색)

  • Kim, Ki-Ryong
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.11 no.4
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    • pp.333-341
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    • 2020
  • This study was conducted to present the basic data for the revitalization of lifelong education for people with developmental disabilities by exploring variables affecting their willingness to participate in lifelong education. Among the original data on the disability survey in 2017, data on developmentally disabled people were used, and 16 variables that could affect the intention to participate in lifelong education of the developmentally disabled as independent variables were used as dependent variables. Each set was performed for logistic regression. As a result of this study, the gender, age, disability level, family support, life satisfaction, and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living of the people with developmental disabilities were found to be variables that significantly influence the intention to participate in lifelong education for the people with developmental disabilities. In order to revitalize lifelong education for people with developmental disabilities, it will be necessary to provide a way to improve the willingness of people with developmental disabilities to participate in lifelong education as well as to build infrastructure such as expanding institutions and related personnel and programs.

A Study on the Qualification of Professional Lifelong Education for the Disabled Based on the Convergence Curriculum between the 「Department of Vocational Special Education in University-Educated Graduate School」 and the 「Department of Majors」 (「대학­교육대학원 직업특수교육과」와 「전공과」간 융합교육과정에 기반한 장애인 평생교육 전문인력 자격화 조건)

  • Kim, Young-Jun;Kang, Kyung-Sook
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.10 no.3
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    • pp.115-125
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    • 2019
  • This study aims to find ways to qualify lifelong education professionals for the disabled based on the convergence curriculum between the "department of vocational special education in university-educated graduate school" and "major department". The research method was composed of a combination of literature analysis and expert meetings. The research contents include the qualifications for the training course for the lifelong education professionals for the disabilities established in the convergence curriculum after accumulating the teaching experience in the majors that can be restructured as lifelong education institutions for the disabled. In addition, the focus of the curriculum of the "department of vocational special education in university-educated graduate school" should be improved in order to foster and integrate lifelong education professionals for the disabled. The results of the study concluded that the functional relationship between vocational special education and lifelong education for the disabled was established.

The Effect that Participating Motives and Involvement about Lifelong Education have on the Learners' Satisfaction, Continuous Intention to Take Courses, and Recommendation Intention (평생교육에 대한 참여동기와 관여가 평생교육 학습자의 만족, 지속수강의도, 권유의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Chulho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.15 no.6
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    • pp.575-588
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    • 2015
  • The purpose of this research is to examine the effect the motives for participating in lifelong education and involvement on lifelong education have on the learners' satisfaction from lifelong education, the continuous intention to take courses, and the intention to recommend lifelong education. The results from a quantitative research show that the practical and recreational motives had a high positive correlation to situational involvement in lifelong education and that the relational and goal-oriented motives had a high positive correlation to continuous involvement in lifelong education. Moreover, for satisfaction about teaching methods, practical motives had a relatively higher effect. For satisfaction about facility comfort, recreational motives had a relatively higher effect. For satisfaction about communication, relational motives had a relatively higher effect. For satisfaction about contents' quality, goal-oriented motives had a relatively higher effect. The finding also shows that situational involvement had a relatively higher effect on satisfaction about contents' quality. Continuous involvement had a relatively higher effect on satisfaction about teaching methods.

A study of adult learners in the Lifelong Learning happiness (성인학습자의 평생학습 행복지수에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Mi-Young;Kang, Hun
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.138-146
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    • 2016
  • This study examined the mediating effects of the adult educator's characteristics on the relationship between the characteristics of the participants attending adult continuing education and the happiness index of lifelong learning, the motivation of participating in learning and the institution characteristics. The research results showed that there is no difference in the happiness index of lifelong learning according to the sex of the adult learners, education level, age, residence, participation experience of lifelong learning, occupation, and type of lifelong programming being participated. The characteristics of adult learners do not have a direct impact on the happiness index of lifelong learning. The characteristics of adult learners affect the characteristics of adult educators, motivation of participating in learning and institution characteristics. Although the characteristics of educators do not affect the happiness index of lifelong learning, the motivation of participating in learning and institution characteristics have a positive impact on the happiness index of lifelong learning. While the characteristics of adult educators do not have a mediating role for the characteristics of adult learners and happiness index of lifelong learning, the motivation of participating in learning and institution characteristics have shown a complete mediation for the characteristics of adult learners and the happiness index of lifelong learning. These findings suggest that the participating motivation of adult learners, adult educator's improved understanding on adult learners and education quality of education institution are very important for increasing the happiness index through a lifelong learning experience.

A Training Scheme of CAD and 3D Printing of Professional Human Resources for Adult Learners (성인학습자를 위한 CAD와 3D프린팅 전문인력 양성방안)

  • Choi, Chul-Jae
    • The Journal of the Korea institute of electronic communication sciences
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    • v.10 no.7
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    • pp.807-812
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    • 2015
  • Lifelong education is a periodic keyword. For a lifelong learner friendly education, university should provide the adult learners with the efficient academic administrative service. A university should support them in learning a series of graded lifelong study and come up with the convenience of continuous learning, maintaining the educational operation as a lifelong education university. A local government induces the regional economy reinvigoration from setting the lifelong learning conditions of the city. In this paper, I suggest a policy management scheme for opening training courses of 3D printing and CAD professionals training module as a non-degree reeducation programs for the lifelong learners that reflects the industrial milieu of the local community.

Characteristics of Participants in Lifelong Education in Rural Areas -Focused on Regional Differences in Large Cities, Small Cities and Rural Areas - (농촌지역 평생교육 참여자의 특성 -대도시, 중소도시, 농촌의 지역 간 차이를 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Jung-Tae
    • Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.1-15
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    • 2019
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the learning tendency of rural residents participating in lifelong education. The analysis data were analyzed using a polynomial model for 3,685 people using raw materials from a lifetime education survey. According to the analysis, participants in rural residents prefer small study groups. They were also approached on a practical level, such as life-help or self-realization. And the participating education programs were highly involved in vocational non-formal education. Based on the workings of personal backgrounds, participation of people with lower income and lower educational backgrounds is more active than in urban areas. In addition, the effect of improving the quality of life through lifelong education was shown in the order of big cities, small cities, rural areas. These results suggest that ways to improve the quality of life through lifelong education are not suitable as a means to maintain rural population.

An Examination into Jeju Primary and Secondary Schools' Accessability and the Consideration of Multi-functional Facilities for Lifelong Education (지역사회 평생교육을 고려한 학교시설의 개방과 복합화 방향 모색 - 제주지역 초·중등학교를 대상으로 -)

  • Kim, Dae-Won;Lee, Jae-Rim
    • The Journal of Sustainable Design and Educational Environment Research
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    • v.6 no.2
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    • pp.1-24
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    • 2007
  • The knowledge-based 21st century requires lifelong education for the development of qualification of man's life and self-development. Schools are considered a place of lifelong education due to easy access to human resources as well as facilities. Furthermore, schools need a more multi-functional openness in order to lead lifelong education of the local society. Jeju schools are in the early stages of creating multi-functional facilities to meet to the needs of the knowledge-based 21st century. In order to bring change into the local school s, this needs to be solved. therefore, the purpose of this research is to complement the elements to needed to open schools, project, management, and operation of multi-functional facilities, so that schools can play a role In lifelong education. To achieve this purpose, this research examined programs and the area of lifelong education at schools through investigating documents on the definition of local society and lifelong education, and analyzed the relationship of schools and local society, and public access of schools' facilities. The results of this study are summarized as follows; 1) Comparing to traditional middle and high school facilities, it occurs various types of plane and the area is somewhat expanded in the school with same class size, however, it needs to improve facility standards in its reality to deal with the change of future educational environment actively. 2) Spatial composition of educational facilities should functionally designed considering that the characteristics of design process mood. In facilities arrangement of middle and high schools, it shows diverse forms of arrangement from existing uniform straight type, however, most of schools do not being against the simple in their external space. Therefore, it requires an expansion of space size and facilities for the change of school life outside class.

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The overview of lifelong education in France and implications for Korean society (프랑스 평생교육에 대한 소고 - 우리 사회의 시사점을 중심으로 -)

  • Lee, Kyeong-Soo
    • Cross-Cultural Studies
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    • v.49
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    • pp.201-228
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    • 2017
  • In Korean society, universities represent institutions of higher education. Industrialization and economic development led to a small number of elite groups at the helm of these institutions. However, our society has encouraged a lifelong system of learning, and apparently, the present university system does not represent an ideal scenario. The Korean government recognized the need for appropriate changes. The events associated with the implementation of related policies occurred at the Ewha Womans University (Seoul) last year. This article is based on the notion of lifelong education to further our understanding of the role of university in the absence of a consensus among university and college members regarding lifelong learning in our society. As an alternative, we looked at the case of France, which is adopting a lifelong education system and implementing related policies ahead of us. Despite regulatory challenges and adaptation of the role of public education in lifelong learning, France has laid a solid foundation. In our case, we are recognizing the need to prepare for lifelong learning. In particular, it is necessary to increase public awareness of education by clearly recognizing our national responsibility and increasing the financial support to universities, accordingly. Above all, the role and attitude of universities must change, along with the perception of its members.