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Shinobu Hasegawa

Other affiliations: Osaka University
Bio: Shinobu Hasegawa is an academic researcher from Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. The author has contributed to research in topics: Educational technology & Computer science. The author has an hindex of 8, co-authored 68 publications receiving 216 citations. Previous affiliations of Shinobu Hasegawa include Osaka University.


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TL;DR: A general instructional design model is proposed to teach students in faculty of education, especially in department of educational technology how to design and develop online virtual labs in a common way to guide the students in refinement of the future learning environment using recent technology.
Abstract: The purpose of this work is to propose a general instructional design model to teach students in faculty of education, especially in department of educational technology how to design and develop online virtual labs in a common way. We have made analyses of previous instructional design models and related studies in regard to the virtual labs to specify diverse features of the proposed model. It was found that the online virtual labs have no conventional instructional design model, especially for designing and developing stages and also no common shape and components. Based on these results, we have reached to a new suggestion model which guides the students in refinement of the future learning environment using recent technology. In this paper, we also present a list of criteria for designing and developing the online virtual labs.as a modern principles for directing designing process of online virtual labs environments to become instructional products. We have made a derivation of these criteria from previous studies related to the virtual labs, e-Learning technologies and some miscellaneous technological resources in educational technology. These criteria would provide the students with educational and technological guidelines to produce the online virtual labs with high quality and efficiency.

17 citations

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03 Dec 2002
TL;DR: The approach is to provide a digital library for web-based learning called e-Learning Library, which includes learning resource repository, local indexing, and adaptive navigation support, which aims to promote learners with diverse learning resources involving a certain topic.
Abstract: The main topic addressed in this paper is how to help learners select some instructive hypermedia-based learning resources according to their learning contexts from the Web. Our approach is to provide a digital library for web-based learning called e-Learning Library, which includes learning resource repository, local indexing, and adaptive navigation support. This aims to promote their learning with diverse learning resources involving a certain topic.

12 citations

01 Jan 2000
TL;DR: An interactive history is described that encourages learners to annotate and reconstruct their exploration history to reflect on what and why they have explored so far and generates a knowledge map proper to the annotated/reconstructed exploration history.
Abstract: The main problem addressed in this paper is how to help learners reflect on knowledge that they have constructed during exploration in hyperspace. In this paper, we describe an interactive history that encourages learners to annotate and reconstruct their exploration history to reflect on what and why they have explored so far. The interactive history also generates a knowledge map proper to the annotated/reconstructed exploration history. It can be viewed as a potential support for constructive learning in hyperspace.

11 citations

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05 Jul 2005
TL;DR: This paper proposes a life cycle management model of e-Learning courseware based on the model using SCORM, which is becoming a global standard in developing learning management systems.
Abstract: The main issue addressed here is how to help graduate students obtain advanced scientific and technological knowledge by Web-based self-directed learning. Our approach is to propose a life cycle management model of e-Learning courseware, which promotes the design of learning management systems. In this paper, we also describe a framework for the learning management system based on the model using SCORM, which is becoming a global standard in developing learning management systems.

11 citations


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TL;DR: When you read more every page of this disciplinary discourses social interactions in academic writing, what you will obtain is something great.
Abstract: Read more and get great! That's what the book enPDFd disciplinary discourses social interactions in academic writing will give for every reader to read this book. This is an on-line book provided in this website. Even this book becomes a choice of someone to read, many in the world also loves it so much. As what we talk, when you read more every page of this disciplinary discourses social interactions in academic writing, what you will obtain is something great.

969 citations