The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Elizabeth Clark, who received an honorary doctoral degree from Ewha in 2005, visited Ewha on May 16 during her stay in from May 15 to 17 for the Korea-New Zealand summit. Accompanied by President Lee Bae-yong,
“The U-class room is equipped with up-to-date ubiquitous facilities which allow the students to access lecture materials such as PowerPoint files and live lectures held at any time and place where a computer is stationed,” said Lee Byung-uk, the chief of the Office of Information and Communications.
In the U-class room, Clark and Lee participated in a white board demonstration in which they signed the white board with an electronic pen, and then were able to immediately give the picture as a file. The main event of the day then took place; a video conference with Clark and Ewha students. Three videos were installed in the Ewha-POSCO Hall, in a classroom in
At the conference, the Prime Minister made a short address to Ewha students. “It is a great honor to visit a school with such a long history and have an opportunity to experience these great facilities. I heard that the final exams are coming up. I wish you all a good luck on the exams,” said