Researcher Database

Katsusuke Shigeta
Information Initiative Center Media Education
Associate Professor

Researcher Profile and Settings

Affiliation

  • Information Initiative Center Media Education

Job Title

  • Associate Professor

J-Global ID

Research Interests

  • Learning Assessment   MOOC   Open Educational Resources   Open Education   Educational Technology   教授学習支援システム   キャリア形成   オープン教材   大学初任教員   SNS   相互扶助コミュニティ   OER   自己管理学習   LPS   KPI   Estimator   無線LAN   超鏡   教学IR   ダッシュボード   教育情報   

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences / Educational technology
  • Humanities & social sciences / Educational technology

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2013/04 - Today Hokkaido University Associate Professor
  • 2008/08 - 2013/03 The University of Tokyo

Research Activities

Published Papers

  • MATSUDA Takeshi, KONDO Nobuhiko, WATANABE Yuki, SHIGETA Katsusuke, KATO Hiroshi
    Japan Journal of Educational Technology 日本教育工学会 1349-8290 2021 

    本研究の目的は,大学生の履修科目選択支援システムの改善を目指す評価の結果を検討し,表示内容の理解度や,システム利用の効果を確認することを通して,追加の機能開発や改善に寄与する示唆を得ることである.4大学から51名の学生が参加したヒューリスティック評価の結果,学生の多くは表示内容をおおむね理解できたと考えており,システムの有用性も認めていたことが示唆された.また,自らの弱点である能力を獲得することを促進する効果や,学生自身の自己管理学習レディネスや獲得したい能力に応じた科目選択に導く効果がみられた.一方で,ユーザビリティを損なう表示内容や,理解度が低い用語があることが指摘され,改善の余地が示された.

  • SHIGETA Katsusuke
    名古屋高等教育研究 名古屋大学高等教育研究センター (20) 35 - 50 1348-2459 2020/03 
    本稿では、北海道大学における教育コンテンツ開発利用の現状について報告する。北海道大学高等教育推進機構に設置されたオープンエデュケーションセンターでは、同大学における教育改善を目的として、オープン教材(OER)の開発利用と一般公開を進めている。本稿ではオープンエデュケーションセンターの活動の概要と実績について報告する。This paper examines the current state of Open Educational Resources' (OER) development and utilization at Hokkaido University. The Center for Open Education was set up at the Institute for the Advancement of Higher Education, which promotes the development, use, and offering of OER for the purpose of improving education at the university. In this paper, the outline of activity and results of the Center for Open Education are described.
  • Mochizuki Toshio, Shigeta Katsusuke, Murakami Masayuki, Sumiya Takahiro
    Transactions of Japanese Society for Information and Systems in Education 教育システム情報学会 37 (4) 255 - 266 1341-4135 2020 

    The Japanese Copyright Law permits the use of a third party's copyrighted materials for the purpose of school education without the permission of the copyright holder. The Law sets copyright limitations to the copyright holder's rights so that teachers or students can use copyrighted materials in face-to-face classes and in simultaneous remotely connected classes without the copyright holder's prior permission, otherwise teachers and students are required to ask for the copyright holder's permission in other situations. However, in order to address informatization in education, the Law was amended and promulgated on May 25th, 2018 to make copyrighted materials more accessible for teachers and students in digital educational settings. The revised Law has greatly expanded the scope of use of copyrighted materials in digital educational settings. The amendment was enacted on April 28th, 2020 after in response to new need for online education due to the spread of COVID-19. Under these circumstances, the Japanese Society for Information and Systems in Education and the Japan Society for Educational Technology collaborated to create a safer environment for teachers and students to conduct online teaching and schooling legally, as well as to promote early enactments of the amendments. This paper describes the summary of the amendments to the Copyright Law enacted in response to the digitalization in education, how our societies worked for those enactments, and how these amendments will affect online education. In this paper, we discuss the possibilities and challenges in the spread of online education in schools and universities based on these amendments.

  • Katsusuke Shigeta, Mitsuyo Koizumi, Hiroyuki Sakai, Yasuhiro Tsuji, Rieko Inaba, Naoshi Hiraoka
    OPEN PRAXIS 9 (2) 195 - 206 2304-070X 2017/04 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    Awareness about Open Educational Resources (OERs) and the purposes for offering and adopting OERs and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) were analyzed using a detailed survey of higher education across Japan, which was conducted in 2015. A comparison with a similar study conducted in 2013 revealed that awareness of OERs has increased slightly and the number of MOOCs offered has increased significantly in the intervening two years. The increase of offerings and adoption was low for OERs but high for MOOCs. OERs are used to improve the learning environment for students, while MOOCs aim to promote lifelong learning. Only one-fifth of the institutions surveyed in 2013 offered MOOCs or advanced their plans to offer them in 2015, and institutions that did offer MOOCs or advance such plans to offer them after the previous survey tended to provide MOOCs for society and for promotional purposes, not only for themselves because Japanese institutions are self-sustainable in terms of open education activities, operating without the support of the government or foundations.
  • FUKUYAMA Yuki, SHIGETA Katsusuke, NAKAZAWA Akiko, MAKINO Misako
    Japan Journal of Educational Technology 日本教育工学会 38 (0) 53 - 56 1349-8290 2014 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    本研究では,環境教育における「環境問題の悪影響の時間的遅れを把握することの難しさ」に注目した.この問題への対応のため,中学校の総合的な学習の時間において,生徒が環境問題と自分の現在や未来を関連させる「デジタル・ストーリーテリング(DST)」をグループで作成する実践を行い評価した.その結果,生徒の環境問題に対する「責任感」の獲得への効果が示唆されたが,未来結果熟慮の得点には有意な効果は見られなかった.一方,生徒の協同作業に対する志向を測る個人志向尺度の高低に分けて分析を行った結果,個人志向高群の生徒はグループでのDST実践に興味や関心を持てなかったのに対して,個人志向低群の生徒は,DST活動を有意義なものと見なしたことが分かった.
  • SHIGETA Katsusuke, OHKAWAUCHI Takaaki, TATENO Yoshikazu, FUKUYAMA Yuki, KAGAWA Junko, TANAKA Sayaka, KATO Masanori, UEDA Junko
    Educational technology research 日本教育工学会 35 (1) 53 - 66 0387-7434 2012 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    This research deals with real-world practice concerning the application of the online environment "Aloha!" to dialogues related to on-the-job problems faced by beginning university teachers. "Aloha!" is based on the dialogue rules established by Kato (2009), which adopt a narrative approach framework, and makes possible dialogue through a videoconferencing chat format. It was clearly demonstrated that the interaction made possible by the use of "Aloha!" in the practice was linked to the ability of the beginning teachers to cope with their problems either by discovering solutions to them or by changing their "perspectives" concerning these problems. Furthermore, it was shown that among the factors facilitating dialogue through this practice-in addition to the actual functions of "Aloha!"-was the fact that the beginning teachers engaged in the dialogues were on an equal footing, which allowed them to participate in these dialogues with a sense of security.
  • SHIGETA Katsusuke, OHKAWAUCHI Takaaki, TATENO Yoshikazu, FUKUYAMA Yuki, KAGAWA Junko, TANAKA Sayaka, KATO Masanori, UEDA Junko
    Japan Journal of Educational Technology 日本教育工学会 35 (4) 399 - 409 1349-8290 2012 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    This research aims to propose the framework to support beginning teachers in higher education to deal with their problems at their workplace. We developed the online environment "Aloha!", utilizing the dialogue rule proposed by Kato (2009) referred to narrative-approach. "Aloha!" enables to have a dialogue and discuss their problems using video conferencing on the web. From the practice participated 8 beginning teachers using "Aloha!", it revealed that this practice contributed to solve their problems and change their perspectives on their problems. It suggested that the functions of "Aloha!" encouraged their dialogue, and the equal footing of beginning teachers influenced the senses of their security to talk with their own problems.
  • SHIGETA Katsusuke, NAKAZAWA Akiko, MATSUKAWA Hideya, OKUBAYASHI Taiichiro, MIHARA Tsutomu, FUNADA Takeshi, OSAWA Masahiro, MAESAKO Takanori, MORIKAWA Osamu
    -kmriHil of the Human Intel'face Society ヒューマンインタフェース学会 8 (4) 509 - 514 1344-7262 2006/11/25 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • MATSUKAWA Hideya, IMAI Ako, SHIGETA Katsusuke, OKANO Kyoko, KAGEHIRA Yoshifumi, MAESAKO Takanori, UTSUMI Seiji, SEKI Yoshihiro
    Japan Journal of Educational Technology 日本教育工学会 28 (0) 257 - 260 1349-8290 2005 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    本研究では, 衛星携帯電話を通信回線とする超鏡システムを構築し, アフガニスタンの小学校と日本の小学校との間で遠隔学習の実践をおこなった.実践は計2回, 日本側の小学校を変えて実施した.一方の実践では, 遠隔地同士で共通の教材や実験装置を用いて地層に関する学習を行い, 他方の実践では互いに遊びなど文化の紹介を行った.その結果, 遠隔地からの映像の品質は低いながら, 生徒からは実践内容に対する理解を示す感想が得られた.
  • SHIGETA Katsusuke, IMAI Ako, MAESAKO Takanori, SUGAI Katsuo
    Japan Journal of Educational Technology 日本教育工学会 28 (0) 121 - 124 1349-8290 2005 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    本研究では, 教師による河川を題材としたWeb教材の作成を支援するシステムを開発・評価した.本システムを利用することで, HTML等の知識を必要とせずシステムに蓄積されたディジタル素材を用いてWeb教材を作成することが可能である.また本システムでは河川に特化した二次情報による素材検索が可能である.本稿では開発したシステムの概要と, システムに装備された各機能・特徴, そして評価について述べる.
  • MATSUKAWA Hideya, INOUE Soichiro, NAKAMURA Kazuhiko, SHIMOYAMA Tomio, YOSHIDA Masami, SHIGETA Katsusuke, YOSHIDA Ken, MAESAKO Takanori, KAGEHIRA Yoshifumi, SEKI Yoshihiro, UTSUMI Seiji, NAKAMURA Yasuhide, SHIMOJO Shinji
    Japan Journal of Educational Technology 日本教育工学会 27 (0) 189 - 192 0385-5236 2004 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    大阪大学人間科学研究科はアフガニスタンとの間で遠隔講義を実施し,その内容を他機関と連携して広く一般に公開した.アフガニスタン側は衛星携帯電話(ISDN64Kbpsの通信機器を接続可能),大阪大学側は衛星携帯電話と相互通信可能なISDN公衆回線を用いて接続し.ISDN回線に対応するテレビ電話で映像・音声を伝送した.その内容は大阪大学内でリアルタイムに編集され,多くの機関の協力を得て,インターネットと通信衛星を使って国際配信された.配信された講義は,少なくとも海外8カ国で受信された.アフガニスタンからの講義は,現地にいる様々な分野の専門家の協力を得て進められ,学生が積極的に質問する姿が認められた.

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Research Grants & Projects

  • Development of the methods to improve OER using the learning log and the portal site for learning support
    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
    Date (from‐to) : 2020/04 -2023/03 
    Author : 重田 勝介, 八木 秀文, 武田 俊之, 金子 大輔
  • Development and Evaluation of Self-Tailored Educational Portal System for Students' Extracurricular Learning
    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
    Date (from‐to) : 2019/04 -2022/03 
    Author : 松田 岳士, 近藤 伸彦, 重田 勝介, 渡辺 雄貴, 加藤 浩
  • Knowledge-structure-reconstruction approach for knowledge-acquisition with knowledge-utilization-oriented videos
    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
    Date (from‐to) : 2019/04 -2022/03 
    Author : 林 雄介, 平嶋 宗, 重田 勝介, 長濱 澄
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
    Date (from‐to) : 2016/04 -2019/03 
    Author : MATSUDA Takeshi
     
    This research addressed an online dashboard system developed for students who need useful information on registration for a course. The system deals with three major factors that contribute to the outcomes of students’ learning; the evaluation methods or grade calculation standards of a course, students’ self-directed learning readiness, or SDLR, and students’ learning goals. It analyzes the collected data and forming the recommendation model based on the student’s the self-directed learning readiness scale or SDLR and his or her choice of abilities. Our system displays two lists of courses; one shows the degree of conformance between a student’s level of SDLR and the level that courses require and the other indicates the fitness of the ability that a student wants to earn and that the course might provide. Through our experience with the development of this system, some findings including data collection, statistical modeling, and the initial reaction of students were obtained.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research
    Date (from‐to) : 2016/04 -2019/03 
    Author : TAKEDA Toshiyuki
     
    The purpose of this study is to develop an anonymization tool with balancing disclosure risks and usefulness in education field. The research results of this research are as follows: (1) We reviewed legal and ethical requirements for privacy protection in education. (2) We created process models of anonymizing educational data and explored the nature of modeling, systems, measurement and variables based on analysis pattern. (3) We developed a Python package for anonymization. This tool is a wrapper library of existing tools.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
    Date (from‐to) : 2015/04 -2019/03 
    Author : Shigeta Katsusuke, NAGASHIMA tomohiro
     
    In this study, we developed and evaluated methods of teaching materials and education improvement using learning history data obtained by MOOC. For the improvement of teaching materials, we proposed a method to use the written data on the MOOC's discussion board to improve the teaching materials through analysis using the data of the MOOC's discussion board offered. For improvement of education, we developed a method of group-by-group learning support based on the learning motives and purpose thinking that the students of online courses have. We applied this method in an actual online course, quantitatively grasped the learner's learning situation, provided learning support to each group, and examined the effects and problems through online education practice.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)
    Date (from‐to) : 2013/04 -2016/03 
    Author : Iiyoshi Toru, KAJITA Shoji, SAKAI Hiroyuki, MIZOKAMI Shinichi, KITA Hajime, ONO Kazuhiro, OKABE Yoichi, OZAWA Shigeto, TOSA Naoko, TAJINO Akira, TAKAHASHI Sachi, SHIGETA Katsusuke, OTSUKA Yusaku, MATSUSHITA Kayo, SUZUKI Shoko, TAGUCHI Mana, MURAKAMI Masayuki, UCHIMURA Hiroshi, KATO Kyoko, TSUTSUI Yoichi, AMANO Kazuya, KOMAI Shoji, SUZUKI Atsushi, SAKATA Nobuhiro, INABA Rieko, KAMIYA Kenichi, MURAKAMI Yuko, TANAKA Ikko, OKAMOTO Masako, KIMURA Syuhei, TSUJI Yasuhiko, OKUBO Mami, OGO Kazutoshi, KAMEDA Masumi, TATSUSHIMA Yumi, MAIYA Kiyoshi, MIZUNO Kunitaro, TANAKA Hiroaki, YANO Kojiro, NARUSE Takashi, SUGIMOTO Ayumi, SAITO Hiromichi, HAGA Akira, WATANABE Michiru, MIURA Kazumi, MICHIYUKI Toshiya, TSUBUKI Tatsuya, SAKURAI Noriko, TSUNEMI Sachi, SUZUKI Yoshinobu
     
    Through this research, the “University Education Commons,” an online system that serves as an open knowledge platform, was developed to support sharing educational knowledge and building communities of practice for systematic and sustainable improvement of higher education. By examining a conceptual model for using multimedia ePortfolio to build and share practical educational knowledge, the effectiveness of the innovative methods and the support system that enable building and sharing educational practical knowledge across different local educational contexts that depend on particular disciplines, courses, and instructors, was empirically proven.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
    Date (from‐to) : 2013/04 -2016/03 
    Author : Matsuda Takeshi, SHIGETA Katsusuke, WATANABE Yuki, KATO Hiroshi
     
    We developed an online dashboard system for undergraduate students in Japanese Universities. The focus of the system is data-driven support for academic success in students’ selecting subjects. In order to achieve this objective, it fits student’s self-directed learning (SDL) readiness, his/her academic record data collected by IR office, and features of the course. The dashboard, thereafter, indicates major determining factors in the course selection: (1) the student’s level of SDL readiness (2) learning activities and the SDL readiness required in the class; (3) tendency for the teacher in charge to over-/under-mark. Although its pilot users valued the information shown on the dashboard, they pointed out room for improvement both in contents and interface.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
    Date (from‐to) : 2012/04 -2015/03 
    Author : SHIGETA Katsusuke, NAKAZAWA Akiko, TAGUCHI Mana, MATSUKAWA Hideya
     
    This research aims to develop and evaluate the "hybrid" system to encourage dialogue to bring relief for beginning teachers. For this, a social portfolio system is utilized to share their daily activities of their research and education. In addition, this research aims to develop and evaluate education program for graduate students to develop knowledge and skills to conduct flipped classroom. The education program is developed and four graduate students participated this program. From the survey, participants acquired knowledge and skills to produce learning materials for flipped classroom, and they found the challenge to consistent curriculum between learning materials and classroom activities.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)
    Date (from‐to) : 2010 -2011 
    Author : SHIGETA Katsusuke
     
    This research aims to develop and evaluate the "hybrid" system to bring relief and avoid burnout for beginning teachers. For this, SNS is utilized for beginning teachers to share their daily activities of their research and education. At the same time, the teachers exchanged face-to-face. Interviews and workshops are conducted for beginning teachers in K-12 to integrate SNS in their workplace. A research of the practice for beginning teachers in higher education conducted in 2008 continued, an article summarizing this accomplishment and assessment appeared in an academic journal.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)
    Date (from‐to) : 2007 -2010 
    Author : MAESAKO Takanori, UTSUMI Seiji, MATSUKAWA Hideya, NISHIBATA Ritsuko, KOIKE Toshihide, YOSHITOMI Tomoyasu, IMAI Ako, SILVA Cecilia, SHIGETA Katsusuke, MORIKAWA Osamu, MORI Hideki, NISHIMORI Toshihisa, OKUBAYASHI Taiichiro, NAKAZAWA Akiko
     
    A 5GHz wireless access system and fiber optic communication network (supporting regional cloud computing systems) was used to create a regional educational information infrastructure. E-learning using JAXA?s ultra high-speed Internet satellite "KIZUNA" was tested. Using the above network infrastructures, a high-definition version of the shared presence " HyperMirror " videoconferencing system was developed, network-based special needs and regional learning materials were created and deployed for wide-spread access, and additional benefits of these technologies were explored.
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)
    Date (from‐to) : 2008 -2009 
    Author : SHIGETA Katsusuke
     
    This research aims to develop and evaluate the "Hybrid" system to bring relief for beginning teachers in higher education. For this, we developed the web-based system called "Aloha!", sharing the daily activity of their research and education and communicating with video to bring their relief. Through the practice utilizing "Aloha!", it revealed that this system enables to bring relief for their feeling of anxiety and to lead the resolution of their problems through their exchange and community building.


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