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LOIS 2021-03-04
15:15
Online Online LOIS2020-52 Although the syllabus contains detailed information about classes, such as lesson plans, it is not easy for students to ... [more] LOIS2020-52
pp.30-34
ET 2018-11-10
12:45
Tokyo Tokyo Polytechnic University A study on selection method to adaptive question items of class evaluations based on topics of course contents
Shuya Nakamura, Takako Akakura (TUS) ET2018-56
This aim of this study is to develop the selection method to adaptive question items based on topic of course contents. ... [more] ET2018-56
pp.19-22
ET 2016-07-09
11:25
Miyagi Tohoku Gakuin University Syllabus-Based Classification of Programming Contents on the Web
Yoshitomo Yaginuma (OUJ) ET2016-24
There are many programming contents on the Web. In order to use such contents effectively, retrieval function is indispe... [more] ET2016-24
pp.19-20
ET 2014-01-11
17:55
Tokyo Mejiro University The Development of Support System for Seeing Lecture Contents by using Lecture Contents Meta-data
Takuya Saitoh, Masato Shiraga, Hitomi Kishimoto, Hiroshi Murai, Akihiro Iwaki, Kazuhiro Ura, Toshihiro Hayashi, Rihito Yaegashi (Kagawa Univ.) ET2013-91
The authors developed the support system for seeing lecture contents by using lecture contents meta-data. The system whi... [more] ET2013-91
pp.137-142
DE 2013-06-22
16:15
Tokyo ASTUDIO, Aoyama Gakuin Univ. Opinion Aggregation Method for BOK Construction by Collective Intelligence
Taro Yabuki (Chiba Inst. of Tech.), Takeshi Morita (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.), Yoshifumi Masunaga DE2013-18
We propose BOK (Body of Knowledge) construction method that uses syllabuses of a department or a faculty of a college. T... [more] DE2013-18
pp.71-76
ET 2013-03-29
12:40
Ehime   Modeling and Implementation of e-Syllabus based on Student's Workflow Analysis
Mizuho Ikeda, Keitaro Uchida, Tomohiro Tamura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) ET2012-88
In recent years, use of a Web syllabus has been accelerated in institutions of higher education. On the other hand, the ... [more] ET2012-88
pp.37-42
KBSE 2012-11-22
10:05
Ishikawa Kanazawa University A study on the human resources demanded by industry and university with syllabuses
Michitaro Okano, Takako Nakatani (Univ. of Tsukuba) KBSE2012-39
In Japan, it is said that university students in computer sciences or information systems do not get enough education fo... [more] KBSE2012-39
pp.7-12
ET 2009-12-11
14:55
Okinawa Univ. of the Ryukyus Information Extraction from Course Syllabi for Automatic Metadata Generation
Yasuhiko Tsuji, Yosuke Morimoto (The Open Univ. of Japan) ET2009-74
Our purpose of this research is to make Learning Object Metadata(LOM) automatically for information retrieval system. In... [more] ET2009-74
pp.131-136
ET 2007-03-09
16:05
Kochi   Development of Syllabus Visualization System
Satoshi Kinoshita, Yu Kariya, Takahiko Mendori (Kochi Univ. of Tech.)
Nowadays, most universities are introducing syllabus to support students' subjects registration.
Syllabus is commonly a... [more]
ET2006-123
pp.99-104
ET 2005-09-17
16:15
Shiga   An Improvement of the Syllabi Retrieval System Considering Related Terms
Fuyuki Yoshikane, Masaaki Ida, Takayuki Nozawa, Kazuteru Miyazaki (NIAD-UE), Hajime Kita (Kyoto Univ.)
Syllabi play an important role as information sources in course selection by students in universities. We have been deve... [more] ET2005-36
pp.53-58
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