Associate Professor, Instructional Systems
Born in 1961. Became engaged in planning, development and implementation of corporate education programs at Tokyo Marine & Nichido Human Resources Academy Co., Ltd., before taking up his present position in August 2005 (doubles as visiting researcher at RCAST, The University of Tokyo). Research area: instructional design, e-learning, corporate education, teaching methodology, education business, etc. Co-author of “Basic Theory of Human Resource Development”.
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