UNIST officially announced the launch of the Digital Learning Studio, which enables real-time, two-way communication for virtual education. The official signboard-hanging ceremony was also held to celebrate the grand opening of the UNIST Digital Learning Studio on February 22, 2022.
The Digital Learning Studio, located in Engineering Building (112) at UNIST features an open studio space, a one-person studio, and a video editing workstation. It is also equipped with a number of e-learning facilities for real-time, two-way online courses, video conferencing, simultaneous interpretation, as well as video editing. After six months of preparation, the studio is all set to meet the varying needs and demands for digital content and courses.
Meanwhile, the ceremony has been attended by Vice President Jaiyong Lee of Research and Academic Affairs, Dean Ji Hyun Kim of Academic Affairs, Dean Myong-In Lee from the Office of Budget and Planning, Dean Sung Youb Kim from the College of Engineering, Dean Youngdo Choi from the Office of General Administration, and staffs at UNIST who helped create the studio.
The studio began offering a video streaming service by providing the online interpretation for the faculty meeting, which had taken place earlier in the day. A brief introduction to guidelines on how to use the studio will soon be available to all members.