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Book chapters and Monographs

  • Jung, I.S., Sanderson, S., & Fajardo, J.C. (2018). The core curriculum: An analysis of liberal arts colleges in Asia, North America and Europe. In M. Nishimura, & T. Sasao, (Eds), Doing liberal arts education: Global case studies. Singapore: Springer.
  • Jung, I. (2016). Insung’s voice: Great people, boundless opportunities, and meaningful changes. In A. Donaldson (Ed.), Women's voices in the field of educational technology (pp. 87-92). New York: Springer. 
  • Jung, I. (2015). MOOCs pedagogy: Critical analysis and future models. In I. Rha (Ed.), Massive open online courses (MOOCs) in the age of global learning (pp. 47-73). Seoul, Korea: Hakjisa.
  • Jung, I., Kudo, M., & Choi, S. (2015). Towards Effective and Less Stressful Online Collaborative Learning: Strategies to promote engagement while minimizing unnecessary cognitive load and stress. In B.H. Khan, & M. Ally (Eds.), International handbook of e-learning volume 1 (Chapter 7). New York and London. Routledge.
  • Latchem, C. & Jung, I.S. (2011). The blind men and the elephant: differing realities of flexibility in Asian higher education. In E. Burge, C.C. Gibson, & T. Gibson (Eds.), Flexible pedagogy, flexible practice: Notes from the trenches of distance education. Athabasca University Press.
  • Suzuki, K. & Jung, I.S. (2011). Instructional Design and Technology in an Asian Context: Focusing on Japan and Korea. In R. A. Reiser& J.V. Dempsey (Eds.), Trends and issues in instructional design and technology.
  • Kawashima, T., Jung, I.S. and 8 more. (2008 May 20). A study on Korea's university entrance examination system and the relationship between the Common Test (CSAT) results and academic performance in the university. Report. Supported by Japanese Ministry of Education. (in Japanese) 
  • Jung, I.S. (2008 April). Quality assurance and continuous quality improvement in distance education. In T. Evans, M. Haughey, & D. Murphy (Eds.), International handbook of distance education. (pp. 609-624). London: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.    
  • Jung, I.S. (2008). Costing virtual university education. In W.J. Bramble, & S. Panda (Eds.), Economics of distance and online learning: theory, practice and research. (pp.148-161). New York & London: Routledge.          
  • Jung, I. S. & Suzuki, K. (2006 January).Blended learning in Japan and its application in liberal arts education. In C. Bonk and C. Graham, the Handbook of blended learning environments: global perspectives, local Designs. (pp. 267-280). NJ: Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer, A Wiley Company.     
  • Jung, I.S. (2005 October). Quality assurance survey of mega universities. In C. McIntosh (Ed.), Perspectives on distance education: Lifelong learning and distance higher education. (pp. 79-96). Vancouver, BC: Commonwealth of Learning & Paris: UNESCO. 
  • Jung, I.S. (2005 October). Innovative and good practices in Open and Distance Learning in the Asia-Pcific Region. A report of the study commissioned by UNESCO, Bangkok. 
  • Jung, I.S. & Sasaki, T. (2005 March). E-moderating strategies and their effects on interaction. A report of the study supported by Matshushita AV Education Foundation Research Fund.             
  • Jung, I.S. & Sasaki, T. (2004 March). A report on teacher training system and ICT integration in China, Indonesia and Korea.1st year COE report.
  • Jung, I. S. (2003. 8). E-learning white paper.(Future directions in e-learning development). Ministry of Commerce, Industry, and Energy & Korea Cyber-Education Association. (along with 32 other writers
  • Jung, I. S. (2003.2.25). Cost-effectiveness of web-based corporate training. In I. Rha, C. Lim, & I. Lee (Eds.), Foundations of corporate education, pp. 369-390. Seoul: Educational Science Publications.
  • Jung, I. S. (2003). Cost-effectiveness of online education. In M.G. Moore & W. G. Anderson (Eds.), Handbook of distance education, pp. 717-726. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.                      
  • Littlejohn, A., Jung, I.S. &Broumley, L. (2003). A comparison of issues in reuse of resources in schools and colleges. In A. Littlejohn (Ed.), Reusing resources for networked learning. London: Routledge.                    
  • Collis, B. & Jung, I.S. (2003). Uses of information and communication technologies in teacher education. In B. Robinson and C. Latchem (Eds.), Teacher Education through Open and Distance Learning, pp. 171-191.London: RoutledgeFalmer.  
  • Jung, I. S., Kim, J. W., & Kim, D. W. (2002.12). Criteria for the establishment of a distance graduate school within a conventional university context. A policy report supported by Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development, Korea.
  • Jung, I.S. (March 2001). Open and distance education in Korea. In O. Jegede& G. Shive (Eds.). Open and distance education in Asia Pacific region. pp. 103 – 130. Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong Press.                    
  • Jung, I.S. (2000). An annotated bibliography on Internet-based learning environment. Online monograph. American Center for the Study of Distance Education, Penn State University, USA
  • Jung, I. S. (1999). Virtual education in Korea. In G.M. Farrell (Ed.), The development of virtual education: a global perspective. Vancouver: The Commonwealth of Learning.                    
  • Jung, I.S. (1999). Design models of Web-based instruction. In I. Rha, (Ed.), Web-based education. Seoul: Educational Science Publications
  • Jung, I. S. (1997). New information technology and education. In Y. S. Kim, M. H. Kang, J. S. Jung (eds.), Theory and practice in educational technology toward 21st century, 143-158. Seoul: Educational Science Publications
  • Park, J. H. & Jung, I.S. (1997). Production and utilization of teaching-learning materials. In Theories and teaching methods of open education, 521-548.KNOU Institute of Lifelong Education
  • Jung, I. S. (1997). Information society and institutionalization of lifelong education. In Christian Academy (Ed.), Information society, choice of education. Seoul: Daehwa Press.

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