From November 1 to 4, an International Project-Based Learning (iPBL) program was held at Korea National University of Arts (K-ARTS), Korea. Twenty-four students from K-ARTS, OIT, and one other university joined the program this year.
On the subject of "Social Dining", five teams of the students from the three universities had fieldwork and discussion to consider possible solutions to the eating alone problem due to social isolation. At the final session, they presented their own ideas on how to work out the problem with unique demonstrations.
The students actively joined the group work on mutual respect, utilizing their different strengths. OIT students, for example, were taking advantage of their IT knowledge such as Virtual Reality Technology to consider how to realize their conceptions.
Many of the students gave positive feedback on the program with reference to the multicultural co-working experience, networking with various students, and so on.