Korea’s Textbooks Are Going Online By 2015

South Korea, which leads the world in high-speed broadband connectivity, appears ready to convert all paper textbooks into digital versions within the next four years. Not only will students read from smartphones, tablets (most likely Samsung) and smart TVs, but the Education Ministry wants to move all nationwide testing online as well.

In addition, the ministry will encourage students to take college-level courses under the “University-Level Program.” As if all that wasn’t enough, the ministry will use Internet Protocol Television to run after-school programs teaching foreign languages, multiculturalism and other subjects.

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