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Sato, Kouki

Associate Professor

International Language Center, Nagoya University

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Study Field

  1. Educational Technology
  2. Japanese-language Education Media & Systems
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Current Research Topic

  1. Application of an Interactive Blackboard for Lectures

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  2. Development of Japansese CALL

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  3. Study on Computer-Mediated Communication

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  4. Analysis on Impact of Social Presence

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Principal Publication

Book, Published Laerning System / Material

  • Nagoya University Japanese-language Education Media and Systems Lab. Group (Ed.) (Ishizaki, T., Sato, K., Hara, A., & Egawa, T. (Auth.)) (2006) Intermediate Japanese Listening Course (IJLC) CD-ROM, Bonjinsha.
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Research Paper

  • Sato, K. (2006) Study on Effect of Enhancing Social Presence by Using Board-Mediated Communication on an Interactive Blackboard, Doctor Thesis (Dept. of Human System Science, Graduate School of Decision Science & Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology). (In Japanese)
  • Sato, K. & Akahori, K. (2005) Effect of Board-Mediated Communication on an Interactive Blackboard to Enhance Social Presence and Affective Learning of the Learners, Japan Journal of Educational Technology, Vol.29, No.4, pp.501-513. (Awarded Paper of Japan Society for Educational Technology) (In Japanese)
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Presentation

  • Sato, K. (2006) Effect of Social Presence Caused by Non-Verbal Cues on a Bulletin Board System to Enhance Subsequent Communication, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Cognitive Science (ICCS2006), pp.179-180.
  • Sato, K. & Akahori, K. (2005) Effect of Visualizing Social Interaction on Bulletin Board Systems to Enhance Social Presence of the User, Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (ED-MEDIA) 2005, pp.814-821.
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Learning System / Material

  • i-room: Interactive Blackboard Software Visualizing Students' Feedback
  • IJLC: Intermediate Japanese Listening Course
  • WebCMJ: Learn Elementally Japanese Grammar Online (Multilingual Version)
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