Dobong Information Industry High School of Seoul is now studying 'cultural contents' eagerly in order to be transformed to Culture School.
Dobong Information Industry High School (the president: No-Won Park) will change the name to Culture School and will collect 250 students from 4 departments which are Cultural Businesses Management, Digital Cultural Contents, Cultural Businesses Design, and Entertainment Businesses Management. So this school is preparing lab rooms available for production of 3D animations and UCC film edit with their old lab rooms
Also instructors, who will educate new students from next year, is preparing 'cultural contents' eagerly.
Cyber Culture Contents Academy (Open the link
) of Korea Culture & Contents Agency has 48 courses from general courses like 'Interesting Film Reading', 'Overseas Marketing of Culture Contents', and 'Character Marketing' to courses for specialists like 'Story Telling' and 'Copy Rights' or for workshop courses like 'Character Industry' and 'Animation'. In October, 100% students of 48 courses obtained credits.
'Off-line Special Lectures you find' of Cyber Culture & Contents Academy is very popular now. Last month, all employees took a lecture about the importance and current trends of cultural contents industries from Dr. Jeong-Min Go of Samsung Economic Research Institute. On coming 31st, Hye-Won Han, the Department of Digital Media of Ewha Woman's University, will conduct a lecture on 'Story-telling'.
CyberCulture & Contents Academy, which is operated by Korea Culture & Contents Agent, is providing education from beginner's courses that anyone can learn about cultural contents to specialist's courses for students, industries, and generals. Also they give lectures at schools, organizations, and enterprises that education is necessary in order to inform the importance of cultural contents.
The Source : Koreacontent News Team