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Profs Eager to Have Home Page

Domestic college professors are now eager to have their own Internet home page.
They certainly would like to install one, in order to openly obtain appreciation.
A Sociology professor at Korea University, Hyon Taek Soo, said, 'Students who come into my cyber class already went over the borderline. So far, lots of American and Canadian students have become my fans.'
He has started his own cultural criticism site on the Internet and has exchanged mutual opinions with students.
Approximately 100 professors are presumed to have home pages. Some of them even mark students' reports through the Internet including homework.
One of its merits is that anybody can gain access to the home page to receive the cyber lecture and various information.
Woo Chan Je, Korean literature professor to Sogang University, asserted, 'It will help level up the competitiveness of local academics and in the near future there should be foreign language-based services.'
Hwashik Bong ; trojans@joongang.co.kr
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