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Shu Matsuura

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Creating a Topic Maps Based e-Learning ...

by Motomu Naito and Shu Matsuura 

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Construction of an introductory physics e-learning system based on Topic Maps is discussed in view of subject-centric design of web-based learning. …


Was presented at TMRA 2008.

Development of a Trans-Field Learning ...

by Shu Matsuura 

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A knowledge base consisting of topic maps of various fields, such as physics, chemistry, earth science, industry, daily life, history etc., was …


Was presented at TMRA 2009.

Introductory physics education by a Topic ...

by Shu Matsuura 

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This article is only available in japanese! In the previous e-Learning system that the author had developed, the learning materials specific to …


Creating a Topic Map-Driven Learning Portal

by Shu Matsuura 

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The author had created and publicized an original e-Learning system of introductory physics on the basis of original learning resources. In this …


Was presented at TMJP - Topic Maps ....

Development of a Constellation Topic Map ...

by Shu Matsuura, Kimitaka Amano, ...  

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We are developing a learning portal, “Everyday Physics on Web" at http://tm.u-gakugei.ac.jp:8080/epw/ based on the Topic Maps. In the present …


Was presented at TMJP - Topic Maps ....

Use of the Wii Remote for Interaction in a ...

by Shu Matsuura 

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Topic Maps is expected to be a fundamental for the future web system that will be embedded in the daily life environment. In the future web …


Was presented at TMRA 2010.

Learning Trajectory on a Topic Map of ...

by Shu Matsuura 

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An introductory physics e-Learning equipped with a topic map portal to induce exploratory self-learning was developed. This topic map also …


Was presented at Asian Topic Maps ....

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Motomu Naito and Shu Matsuura at Tokyo Gakugei University have developed a web site for physics students, called Everyday Physics on Web. The site ...

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