Master’s Program


The Master’s Program curriculum synthesizes both the theory behind and the practical applications of e-learning. In this course, students earn a minimum of 34 credits in a variety of subjects, including 13 mandatory courses, at least 6 credits from a selection of 21 elective courses, and 2 introductory courses of each student’s choosing.

Beyond the main curriculum of the “Four I’s” centered on Instructional Design (ID), RCiS also provides General Courses that link research with practical work in the field, as well as Specialized Courses to strengthen the specialized knowledge and skills required for each student’s field of study.

Field
Course Name
Elective/
Mandatory
Period
Offered

Prerequisite Course

eLP
Elective with eLP Certification

Mandatory
Elective
Introductory
Spring Fall
Whole year
ID
Outline of E-learning
Instructional Design Ⅰ
Instructional Design Ⅱ
Outline of E-learning,
Instructional Design I
Instructional Design Ⅲ Outline of E-learning
Instructional Design I
Instructional Design II
Basic Educational Theory
情報技術教育方法論
教育心理学
IT
学習支援情報通信システム論
Basic Information Processing Theory
Basic Information Processing Theory
高度情報通新技術の教育利用
学習支援情報通信システム論
CC
ネットワ–クプログラミング論
学習支援情報通信システム論
ネットワ–クセキュリティ論
Outline of E-learning
学習支援情報通信システム論
コンテンツ標準化論
学習支援情報通信システム論
SC
IM
教育ビジネス経営論
Outline of E-learning
Instructional Design I
遠隔教育実践論
Outline of E-learning
eラ–ニング政策論
eラ–ニングコンサルティング論
Instructional Design II
教育ビジネス経営論
eラ–ニング実践演習I
CO
情報ビジネス経営論
経営学特論
ナレッジ・マネジメント
高等教育マネジメント論
グロ–バル教育戦略論
IP
ネットワ–ク上の知的財産権及び私権
General Courses
eラ–ニング実践演習Ⅰ
Outline of E-learning
Instructional Design Iネットワ–ク上の知的財産権及び私権
学習支援情報通信システム論
Basic Educational Theory
eラ–ニング実践演習Ⅱ
eラ–ニング実践演習I
Instructional Design II
職場課題実践研究
Special Research Ⅰ
Outline of E-learning
Instructional Design I
ネットワ–ク上の知的財産権及び私権
Basic Educational Theory
Special Research Ⅱ
Special Research I
ポ–トフォリオ演習I
ポ–トフォリオ演習II ポ–トフォリオ演習I
統合型カリキュラム設計論
Specialized Courses
情報リテラシ–教育におけるeラ–ニング
Basic Information Processing Theory
SC
外国語教育におけるeラ–ニング
Instructional Design I
職業人教育訓練におけるeラ–ニング

MG,
EX
高等教育におけるeラ–ニング
Outline of E-learning
国際協力におけるeラ–ニング
医療教育におけるeラ–ニング

 

Instructional Design

Outline of E-learning

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Shirou KitamuraShigeki Tsuzuku
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A course that teaches the basic knowledge required when implementing e-learning in an educational setting.
Students examine real-world e-learning programs and learn how to analyze and propose numerous ways to improve them from an assigned perspective. Students are introduced to a broad overview of e-learning, and develop an understanding of its related subjects, including instructional design; education and learning theory; Internet and media technology; project management; and relevant laws and regulations, thereby developing an understanding of the factors to consider when developing an effective e-learning program.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring
2
Fall
Whole year

 

Instructional Design Ⅰ

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Katsuaki SuzukiNaoshi Hiraoka
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A course that introduces the areas of knowledge, critical terms and concepts, and processes necessary for building a foundation in the study of Instructional Design (ID), which serves as the core of this program. Students learn how to apply these ID concepts, processes, and terms to design, develop, and evaluate materials and content for their own short e-learning course.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

Instructional Design Ⅱ

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Katsuaki SuzukiShirou Kitamura
Prerequisite Course : Outline of E-learning, Instructional Design I
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
効果的で, 効率的で, 魅力的な研修とは?「教えない」研修とは?目標達成のための「最終手段」と研修を位置づけ, 学んだことがわからないままに終わってしまう事態からの脱皮を図る。何をどう教える(学ぶ)かだけでなく, なぜ教える(学ぶ)必要があるのかを徹底的に問い, 業務直結型で組織に貢献できる研修設計をめざす。
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

Instructional Design Ⅲ

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Katsuaki SuzukiYoshiko Gouda
Prerequisite Course : Outline of E-learning, Instructional Design I, Instructional Design II
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course in which students learn how to describe Instructional Design Technology (IDT) using their own words and explain to someone unfamiliar with this field the types of research and knowledge conducted therein. Students read and answer questions relating to at least 15 chapters from a total of 38 in the textbook, thereby gaining an understanding of the challenges facing this field and practicing developing their own approaches for solving these challenges.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

Basic Educational Theory

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Katsuaki SuzukiNaoshi HiraokaYuriko Ishida
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Introductory Credits
A course for cultivating the basic knowledge necessary for examining e-learning programs from the perspective of educational studies. The course curriculum covers the essential principals, methodology, and psychology that licensed educators study in their formal training, as well as the fundamentals of educational planning, all within a condensed timeframe. This is a supplementary course intended for students with minimal educational training.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

情報技術教育方法論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : This course is not offered in the 2019 academic year.
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that introduces the effects of IT on education (including the concept of IT literacy in relation to education), practical applications of IT in classes, internet-based distance learning systems, and how to solve issues that may occur in network environments. Students gain skills that can be used to develop and improve education in IT environments through the study of these topics.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

教育心理学

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Naoshi Hiraoka / Chikako Nagaoka
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course in which students engage in a self-guided exploration of the psychological methods used to improve education, and learn how to use these methods themselves. First, students acquire an overview of educational psychology. Second, students summarize the “three main domains of educational psychology” in the context of Fundamental Educational Theory, and practice how to apply this knowledge and its implications in order to improve educational projects. Third, students study the ARCS model and the theories underpinning it, thereby becoming familiar with processes for using psychological knowledge to improve education, and obtain further hints as to how to apply this knowledge themselves. Finally, students synthesize all of the knowledge they have gained to create their own proposal for improving education using psychology.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

● : Mandatory Course ◎ : Optional Course (and Recommended in the Indicated Term) ○ : Optional Course (and Offered During the Indicated Term)

 

Infomation Technology

学習支援情報通信システム論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Hiroshi NakanoToshihiro Kita
Prerequisite Course : Basic Information Processing Theory
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A course that covers the purposes of and proper situations in which to apply specific LMS (Learning Media Systems) around which e-learning environments are based. Students gain an understanding of the various features and implementations of LMS that achieve effective e-learning, the principles behind LMS standardization, and the basic knowledge for implementing and employing this what they have learned.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

Basic Information Processing Theory

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Ryuuiti MatsubaAkiko Kai
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Introductory Credits
Students gain an understanding of the various features and implementations of LMS that achieve effective e-learning, the principles behind LMS standardization, and the basic knowledge for implementing and employing this what they have learned. Students learn how to use an HTML editor to design web pages and the scripting languages necessary for designing interactive web content. Furthermore, students acquire basic knowledge on information processing (particularly in relation to utilizing web technologies) necessary for developing e-learning materials that link with online resources to provide multimedia and easily edited content. ※この科目は学部1年生を対象とした「情報基礎A・B」を教授システム学専攻用に再編集したものです。
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

高度情報通信技術の教育利用

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Kenichi SugitaniTsuyoshi Usagawa
Prerequisite Course : 学習支援情報通信システム論
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that teaches the skills necessary for independently managing and operating e-learning systems—including how to manage servers and other facilities—as well as multimedia information processing skills. Particular focus is placed on students studying real-world examples of effective utilization of multimedia-centric education, information collection and presentation, etc.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

ネットワ–クプログラミング論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Kenichi Sugitani
Prerequisite Course : 学習支援情報通信システム論
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that teaches basic programming skills using network technology as a means of converting various types of Internet servers into educational tools. First, students learn the basic concepts of the TCP/IP framework and how to write an elementary network program in C. Here, students also learn how to construct environments for network programming through practice using actual equipment. Next, students learn about various development environments and programming techniques used to create programs that can provide interactive content and dynamic data processing. Finally, students learn how to construct and operate servers capable of this dynamic data processing by actually constructing working prototypes. (※)第4回から第6回では, C言語によるプログラムソ–スの読解とC言語によるプログラミングを行なって頂きます。これまで, C言語に触れたことのない方は, C言語に関して独自に学習していただく必要があります。本科目では, C言語の学習に関するサポ–トはできないことを, ご了承ください。
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

ネットワ–クセキュリティ論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Yasuo Musashi
Prerequisite Course : Outline of E-learning, 学習支援情報通信システム論
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that provides basic knowledge regarding cyber security technology, and the skills necessary for students to continually use blogs and search engines to stay up-to-date on information regarding cyber-attacks against e-learning systems and continue to improve their skills for responding to and protecting against these attacks. Students learn how to obtain the latest cyber security information; basic English terms in the field and techniques for learning more; basic knowledge regarding information security policies and ISMS; how information security policies and strategies are formulated, etc.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

コンテンツ標準化論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Kiyoshi Nakabayashi
Prerequisite Course : 学習支援情報通信システム論
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course covering the standardization of e-learning technology. The e-learning content standard SCORM and its features for managing learning histories, grades, etc. are explained in detail. Explanations are also provided for other standards such as LOM (Learning Object Metadata), which enables efficient searching of e-learning content, and LD (Learning Design), a standard for educational design work.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

● : Mandatory Course ◎ : Optional Course (and Recommended in the Indicated Term) ○ : Optional Course (and Offered During the Indicated Term)

 

Instructional Management

教育ビジネス経営論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Hiroshi ShimoyamaToshiyuki MiyaharaYoshiyuki Shibata
Prerequisite Course : Outline of E-learning
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A course that teaches how to conceptualize, plan, construct, and operate educational activities. Students consider the business challenge of how to continually provide and operate high quality educational services from the perspective of three different actors in the field: education/human resource development departments, educational service providers, and schools. Students also learn the basics of business planning, marketing, management, and other skills.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

遠隔教育実践論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Hiroshi NakanoReiichirou Uno
Prerequisite Course : Outline of E-learning
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A course that teaches methods for developing distance learning education offerings that effectively utilize various IT technologies and learning methodology to provide effective learning even through online-only environments. Students learn the differences between various formats of distance learning, and deepen their understanding of the information platforms, educational and learning methodology, and the common problems and their solutions in each format.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

eラ–ニング政策論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : This course is not offered in the 2019 academic year.
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that teaches how to properly establish, improve, and reform the e-learning policies necessary for realizing an educationally effective and operationally efficient host organization (educational institution, company, etc.). Students learn about policies pertaining to e-learning both in Japan and abroad, e-learning programs that are offered in multiple countries, trends across both higher education and private education training industries, initiatives for quality assurance in e-learning, organization-level policy models, etc.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

eラ–ニングコンサルティング論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Yoshihiro Ekawa
Prerequisite Course : Instructional Design II, 教育ビジネス経営論, eラ–ニング実践演習I
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that cultivates the skills necessary for acting as a consultant for projects or business development related to e-learning and IT-based educational support systems.
As consultants are “external parties”, they must take on roles and serve in a capacity that is different from in-house professionals. Through this course, students mainly learn the essential critical thinking required for outside consultants to fulfill their expected role. Through this lens of education as a marketable service, students study the approaches and methods for planning e-learning and related services.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

情報ビジネス経営論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : This course is not offered in the 2019 academic year.
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course covering the administration of information business and IT companies in the information age, including business administration theory, technological innovation in IT, the current state of information business and the challenges it faces, management strategies of modern companies, IT policies, and more. Students use the knowledge gained regarding these topics to understand the functions, roles, and effects of e-learning in information business and organizational administration, and learn management techniques for implementing e-learning in this context.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

経営学特論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Junko Araki
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that cultivates the basic knowledge required for conceptualizing, planning, and evaluating company and organizational human resource development and education. Students study various aspects of business administration centering on organizational theory and human resource management. Topics covered include key concepts and theories of business administration, recent developments in organizational theory, the purpose and methodology of education and learning in organizations, and essential human resource management practices when engaging in educational activities at a company. Through this expansive curriculum, students can deepen their understanding of the connections between business administration and human resource development.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

ナレッジ・マネジメント

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Aki Nakanishi
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that teaches knowledge regarding and skills necessary for using limited management resources to develop e-learning that productively, efficiently, and effectively contributes to the knowledge and capability of organizations or individuals. Students analyze knowledge management and related concepts such as human resource development, learning organizations, etc., from the perspective of their present-day significance in the fields of business administration, management information science, and instructional studies, and investigate the role e-learning plays in these concepts and fields.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

高等教育マネジメント論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : This course is not offered in the 2019 academic year.
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that teaches the basics of higher education management, a skillset necessary for work at institutions of higher education and business development in this field. Students examine real-world examples of higher education systems, organizations, and management in Japan and abroad as a means of understanding these fundamental skills.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

グロ–バル教育戦略論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : This course is not offered in the 2019 academic year.
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits

A course that seeks to train professionals who will take the initiative in international cooperation and co-development at institutions of higher education and educational business in order to adopt Japanese education systems into global products. Students will study the policies, development, and collaborative efforts employed by and between organizations of higher education and private education firms towards the goal of globalization. This course was developed in collaboration with the University of Nottingham International College and is an internationally-available distance learning program taught entirely in English.

Reference:Syllabus for Pilot Course (2009年1月~3月実施)

Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

● : Mandatory Course ◎ : Optional Course (and Recommended in the Indicated Term) ○ : Optional Course (and Offered During the Indicated Term)

 

Instructional Property

ネットワ–ク上の知的財産権及び私権

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Norio Iriguchi
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A course that teaches methods for legally protecting educational materials uploaded for domestic and overseas audiences, as well how to operate in a legally compliant fashion under contracts made with viewing parties in (foreign) countries that have different laws governing legal defense and offense. Students gain knowledge regarding attacks perpetrated by intellectual property thieves, etc., learn about techniques for defending against these attacks, and deepen their understanding of the creation of legally compliant educational materials in the context of rapidly evolving network and e-learning technology.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

● : Mandatory Course ◎ : Optional Course (and Recommended in the Indicated Term) ○ : Optional Course (and Offered During the Indicated Term)

 

General Courses

eラ–ニング実践演習Ⅰ

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Toshihiro KitaShirou KitamuraRyuuiti MatsubaMasahiro MigitaNaoshi Hiraoka
Prerequisite Course : Outline of E-learning, Instructional Design I, ネットワ–ク上の知的財産権及び私権, 学習支援情報通信システム論, Basic Educational Theory, 教育ビジネス経営論
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A course providing practical exercises in the analysis and design processes of instructional design, in order to enable students to develop e-learning in accordance with these set processes. Using a several-hour-long educational text as their raw materials, students create the documents and trial content necessary for developing an e-learning course, thereby learning course design and development approaches that consider the requirements of the e-learning development process, ID, information and communication technology, and intellectual rights.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 1
Fall
Whole year

 

eラ–ニング実践演習Ⅱ

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Shirou KitamuraToshihiro KitaMasahiro MigitaRyuuiti MatsubaNaoshi Hiraoka
Prerequisite Course : eラ–ニング実践演習I, Instructional Design II
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A practical course in which students develop an actual e-learning course.
A continuation of e-Learning Practicum 1, students use the planning documents created in that course and work with a materials development team and the course instructor to proceed with the actual development. Students gain the skills necessary to act as a development leader in charge of managing a course development project.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 1
Fall
Whole year

 

ポ–トフォリオ演習I

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Hiroshi NakanoShinichiro KubotaNaoshi HiraokaRyuuiti Matsuba
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A mandatory course for first year students. Students reflect on their portfolio from the perspective of a learner and create a showcase document, thereby studying portfolio design techniques. Students engage in introspection regarding how the core competencies gained through this program relate to the tasks given in each course, and how to create a horizontal framework that connects these courses, or how to create output that will support progress in their future studies and help synthesize the results into something tangible.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 1
Fall
Whole year

 

ポ–トフォリオ演習II

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Naoshi HiraokaRyuuiti MatsubaShinichiro Kubota
Prerequisite Course : ポ–トフォリオ演習I
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A mandatory course for second year students. Students reflect on their portfolio from the perspective of a learner and create a showcase document, thereby studying portfolio design techniques. Students engage in introspection regarding how the core competencies gained through this program relate to the tasks given in each course, and how to create a horizontal framework that connects these courses, or how to create output that will support progress in their future studies and help synthesize the results into something tangible.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 1
Fall
Whole year

 

統合型カリキュラム設計論

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Atsue TakeokaJunko NemotoAkiko Takahashi
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A course in which students take part in a simulated story-centered curriculum (SCC), and study its theoretical background, design, and research methodology.Students design their own SCC outline, and also develop it into a more concrete course design document. Finally, students put together a research plan regarding SCC.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

職場課題実践研究

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Yoshihiro EkawaHiroto Toda
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective
Credits
A course that defines “workplace issues” from the perspective of organizational research in regards to private companies and public organizations, delving into issues in human resource development from the managerial level. This high-level approach means taking into account an organization’s missions and goals, and determining the strategic importance of human resource development.
Students conduct case analysis as a means of researching strategic approaches to human resource policies targeting workplace issues, while considering the strategies and policies that can lead to solutions for organizational- and human resource-based issues in their own organizations.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

Special Research Ⅰ

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : All specialist faculty members
Prerequisite Course : Outline of E-learning, Instructional Design I, Basic Educational Theory, ネットワ–ク上の知的財産権及び私権
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
この講義は, 修士論文(または特定課題研究)を進めるための基礎を培うものです。ゴ–ルは, 自分が取り組む研究についてのアイディアを「研究者らしく」まとめ, 指導を希望する教員に「おもしろい。これは私が引き受けましょう」と言ってもらうことです。この講義に続く「Special Research II」では, 交渉が成立した教員からの個別指導を中心に1年間にわたって受けながら, 修士履修生としての研究の集大成をまとめることになります。まずは, 「研究者らしく」アイディアをまとめる方法についての基礎を身につけましょう。次に, 各教員がどのような研究に興味を持っているかについての情報を収集します。それを参考に, 最後には自分が取り組みたい研究計画をまとめて, 希望する教員に見てもらいましょう。
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

Special Research Ⅱ

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : All specialist faculty members
Prerequisite Course : Special Research I
Mandatory / Elective Mandatory Credits
A course in which students, under the instruction of a faculty advisor, continue to develop the research on the theme chosen in Special Research I towards the goal of completion of a master’s thesis or a final research project. Through the Special Research I and II set of courses, students gain the skills necessary to act independently as a professional in their field and learn how to utilize those skills, and produce a thesis or research paper that has the requisite high level of creativity, impartiality, and persuasiveness befitting such a professional.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 4
Fall
Whole year
(the latter half of 2nd year)

 

統合型カリキュラム設計演習

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : This course is not offered in the 2019 academic year.
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A mandatory course for first year students. A course that provides a simulated story-centered curriculum for students to learn the methods of integrated curriculum design from the perspective of a student. Students engage in introspection regarding how the core competencies gained through this program relate to the tasks given in each course, and how to create a horizontal framework that connects these courses, or how to create output that will support progress in their future studies and help synthesize the results into something tangible.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 1
Fall
Whole year

● : Mandatory Course ◎ : Optional Course (and Recommended in the Indicated Term) ○ : Optional Course (and Offered During the Indicated Term)

 

Specialized Courses

情報リテラシ–教育におけるeラ–ニング

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Toshihiro Kita
Prerequisite Course : Basic Information Processing Theory
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that teaches the skills necessary for students to design information literacy courses, training programs, or e-learning suited to the needs of their own universities or companies. Students learn the merits, problems, concerns, and points to consider when implementing e-learning in information literacy training through real-world examples, in order to learn how to utilize such e-learning at their own university or company.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

外国語教育におけるeラ–ニング

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Yoshiko Gouda
Prerequisite Course : Instructional Design I
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course in which students select their choice of e-learning, analyze it from an assigned perspective, and propose ways to improve that program. Through this, students learn how to design an effective course that suits the needs of their target audience. This course also covers foreign language learning methods, second language acquisition theory, assessment, learning management and assistance, and the points that must be observed to create effective and appealing e-learning programs in the field of foreign language education.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

職業人教育訓練におけるeラ–ニング

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Hiroshi ShimoyamaYoshiko Terada
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that cultivates the basic knowledge for conceptualizing, planning, and considering company and worker education. Students learn about the history of the many forms of company education in Japan, the theory behind establishing new functions in company education in terms of instructional design, evaluation methodology, competency management, and use of corporate universities versus internal educational services for developing human resources, all while observing real examples of e-learning implementation at cutting-edge companies.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

高等教育におけるeラ–ニング

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : This course is not offered in the 2019 academic year.
Prerequisite Course : Outline of E-learning
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that teaches the skills necessary for utilizing e-learning at institutions of higher education. Students discuss how to utilize e-learning depending on the learners’ locations, synchronicity, and subjects of study, while looking at real-world examples to understand considerations like the conference of academic credits, the necessary features for implementation, and other special considerations in the field.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

国際協力におけるeラ–ニング

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : This course is not offered in the 2019 academic year.
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that cultivates an understanding of the current status of e-learning in Japan and abroad, with a focus on the implementation of e-learning in sites of international cooperation, particularly in regards to courses related to human resource development. This class is conducted entirely in English.
Eligible
Student
Year
Spring 2
Fall
Whole year

 

医療教育におけるeラ–ニング

Syllabus

Instructor(s) : Shigeki TsuzukuAkiko MoritaKeiichi Ikegami
Prerequisite Course : –
Mandatory / Elective Elective Credits
A course that teaches the skills necessary to plan education using a systematic approach for medical staff education. Students examine real-world examples of e-learning used at companies involved in medical settings, such as pharmaceutical companies, and e-learning targeted at medical workers such as doctors, medical students, and nurses. Students analyze case studies from the designated theoretical perspectives such as instructional design, performance management, education, and learning, in order to learn methods for developing more effective and efficient proposals for education at their own medical organization.
Eligible
Student
Year
Prerequisite 2
Fall
Whole year
● : Mandatory Course ◎ : Optional Course (and Recommended in the Indicated Term) ○ : Optional Course (and Offered During the Indicated Term)