Waseda University's e-school: 10 years of e-education in Japan

Shoji Nishimura*, Douglass Scott


    研究成果: Chapter

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    In 2003, the School of Human Sciences, Waseda University (Japan), established the e-School, Japan's first complete undergraduate program enabling students to earn their bachelor degrees solely through e-learning. Supported by the availability of high-speed Internet connections, it has become possible to economically transmit high-quality videotaped lectures across Japan and throughout the world. Waseda's e-School has many features that contribute to its success, among these are that lecture contents are transmitted with an image quality that allows students to easily read what is written on the blackboard. In addition, online classes are relatively small-21 students on average-and new classes are created to respond to students' needs and interests. This chapter outlines the e-School's first 10 years of operation: Its history, curriculum, administration, and management learning system. Data are also presented for student engagement with the e-School system for the first ten years of operation (2003-2012).

    ホスト出版物のタイトルReshaping Medical Practice and Care with Health Information Systems
    出版社IGI Global
    ISBN(印刷版)1466698705, 9781466698703
    出版ステータスPublished - 2016 2月 9

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • 医学(全般)
    • 健康専門職(全般)


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