Interactive Remote Learning in Special Support Education

Nagao
Nagao

The Nagao Laboratory in the Ehime University Faculty of Education has been studying the possibilities for use of interactive remote learning in special support education. The researchers have been exploring this potential in various projects, including the holding of actual remote learning over links to the Koeda Laboratory in the Department of Regional Education, Faculty of Regional Sciences, Tottori University. We talked with Professor Hideo Nagao of the Faculty of Education, Ehime University, about the aims of these efforts.
(Interview date: October 3, 2008)

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Neutrino Research

Takenaga
Takenaga
SINET3 is currently facilitating neutrino research at the Kamioka Observatory, which is run by the University of Tokyo’s Institute for Cosmic Ray Research (ICRR) and known for its Super-Kamiokande neutrino detector. We spoke with two of the Observatory’s staff, Associate Professor Yasuo Takeuchi and Project Researcher Yumiko Takenaga (in charge of public relations), and asked them about the importance of networks in cutting-edge physics research.
(Interview date: June 23, 2008; updated January 18, 2010)

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