e-Learning Initiatives

Objectives of the e-Learning Initiatives

This program aims to assist for education by designing and developing e-learning to provide the learning opportunities for off-campus students and to encourage faculty members to converting from passive to active learning.
The objectives of this program also include assistance for ICT in education and for cooperative education with industry and educational or research institution both in and out of Japan by e-learning.

What is e-learning?

e-learning refers to education provided electronically using PCs and the Internet. Compared to regular classroom lessons, e-learning is characterized by the provision of education in remote areas and the availability of unique computer-based learning materials.

Producing e-learning content

Producing e-learning content

Viewing a broadcast lecture

Viewing a broadcast lecture

Broadcasting of e-learning courses

The staff of CEED’s e-Learning Initiatives have videotaped and broadcast lectures on approximately 100 courses. Any student of Hokkaido University and its partner institutions can access e-learning courses upon approval of an application. For more information, see the broadcasting e-learning courses page.

e-learning content production

Each semester, the staff of CEED’s e-Learning Initiatives videotape and broadcast lectures on five or six courses of the Graduate School of Engineering, the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, the Graduate School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering and the School of Engineering. For details of the production method, see the e-learning content production page.