The effectiveness of micro-projectors for instruction in official development assistance environments
Mr Keol Lim | Presentation (PDF)
The presentation is about the study which examined the effectiveness of a micro projector in Official Development Assistance (ODA) learning environments. The micro projector was developed by a telecommunication company in South Korea and volunteers used the device for educational purposes during their ODA activities in 28 underdeveloped countries. Both quantitative and qualitative methods were used for the analysis. The results indicated that overall, the micro projector was effective in the instruction due to its convenient features. Finally, the study suggested directions for further research.
Keol Lim is an assistant professor in the department of Educational Technology at Konkuk University, Seoul, South Korea. After receiving his master and doctorate degrees at Columbia University, he came to South Korea and started his professional career as an educational technologist as well as an educator. His research area includes ubiquitous learning, advanced technologies in education, the digital divide issues, etc. He has participated in projects working with Presidential Council for Future and Vision, Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Ministry of Educational Science and Technology of Korea.