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KCGI's Associate Professor Keiji Emi gave a lecture at an e-learning forum

Forum lecture hall
Forum lecture hall

Associate Professor Koji Emi of The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) gave a talk on the development of content using wearable cameras, etc. at the "e-Learning Award 2016 Forum" held in Tokyo.This forum is a nationwide forum to introduce and present educational cases using ICT such as e-learning and MOOC.On October 28, the last day of the forum, Associate Professor Emi gave a lecture titled "Development of content for flipped learning using wearable cameras and other devices.By using a wearable camera in the form of glasses to film agricultural work from various angles, he formalized tacit knowledge at the level of manual work and introduced the method of "micro-contents" to create contents as small parts. Using the wearable camera, he talked about the know-how of developing contents for flipped learning in an easy-to-understand manner.There was a lot of interest from the audience, and the audience asked questions about tips on how to use wearable cameras and how to create micro contents.

This content was jointly produced by the Vegetable Planet Association and KCGI in KCGI's applied information subject "Next Generation Agricultural Informatics", and is part of the research that won the 12th Japan e-Learning Award in the wearable category at the same forum last year.In addition, "Next Generation Agricultural Informatics -Agriculture × ICT = Innovation-" will be held on December 7 as a related public lecture to introduce examples of cloud services that provide necessary information to farmers and ICT-controlled plant factories, and to look at the future of agriculture.If you are interested in agricultural management using ICT, please join us.

Associate Professor Emi speaking with a wearable camera
Associate Professor Emi speaking with a wearable camera