Japanese Society 5.0 and Educational Technology Research

Session Description
This presentation introduces the concept of Society 5.0 advocated by the Government of Japan for a super-smart society. It also describes how the educational technology research community has made contributions to the advancement of information education and ICT utilization in Japan.
Katsuaki Suzuki
Katsuaki Suzuki, Professor & Director, Research Center for Instructional Systems, Kumamoto University, Japan
Katsuaki Suzuki, Ph.D. is Professor and Director of the Research Center for Instructional Systems at Kumamoto University. He is currently serving as President of Japan Society for Educational Technology (JSET), one of the major academic organizations in this field with 3000 members. Since graduating from the Instructional Systems Program at Florida State University in 1987, Dr. Suzuki has published books and articles in the field of instructional design and learning technology.
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