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Smart Center for Teaching and Learning’s Upcoming Changes and Programs
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With the start of the second semester, recruitments for programs targeted towards Hanyang University students have been visible all over the campus. Among these, programs held by the Smart Center for Teaching and Learning on the Seoul Campus should be taken note of. This center focuses on increasing the learning capabilities of both students and professors through additional educational programs. To explain the center’s goal of enhancing the learning abilities, the Center for Smart Teaching and Learning’s Principal Researcher, Lee Ji-yeon, talked about the new implementations and its upcoming programs in the second semester.
The first significant change is the application of research project based learning (R.PBL) methods to some of the current curriculums. R.PBL is a problem-based learning system that focuses on solving issues related to one’s life through conducting research-based problem-solving activities. There are a total of 35 R.PBL courses so far. Lee stated that this new methodology will enable students to effectively apply the knowledge they have acquired to the professional field.
The Seoul Campus Center has planned various programs to enhance students’ learning abilities this semester. They are the Learning Pace Maker, Learning Light, Hanyang Academic Town, Global “Hamgyul”, and the Global Learning Community programs.
Other programs such as Global “Hamgyul” and Global Learning Community target international students. Students with diverse nationalities can organize projects to create a global campus and carry out learning projects with both Korean and international students.
The Smart Center for Teaching and Learning is promoting these programs through emails, text messages, and university notices. The notices are posted regularly on the Hanyang Portal. Lee concluded that students are more than welcome to contact the center if there are any inquiries, and they hope that more students become interested in the programs.
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