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In a situation where the environment surrounding universities is changing rapidly, the management and operation of universities has come to occupy an important position, and the role of university staff is becoming very large. In order to adapt to such an environment, we are developing various projects to improve the qualifications of university staff, including management and operation, education and research support.

Outline of the event

Introduction to Instructional Design for University Staff

Friday, May 30, 2014 13:00~17:00
Campus Plaza Kyoto 5F Joint Laboratory 1
University Consortium Kyoto
Those in charge of staff training at member schools of the University Consortium Kyoto and those who are interested in planning and coordinating staff training (regardless of position) )
Chiharu Mukago (Professor, Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University)
The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of why university staff need to acquire "theories and techniques related to teaching," and then learn about instructional design necessary for staff to coordinate learning opportunities and to change the way university education is conducted.
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Application (Closed)

Attendance fee
About 30 people
Friday, May 16, 2014, 5:00 p.m. 《First come, first served》
Please download the application form and apply by e-mail attachment to SD■consortium.or.jp (please change ■ to @ and send it).

Introduction to Instructional Design for University Staff Application Form【Closed】

Implementation Report


This course was held as a trial seminar provided by Waseda Academic Solutions Co., Ltd., and was attended by 21 staff members of member universities and junior colleges. The training was structured using a method called "microformat" (dividing short units into lectures, group work, and presentations and repeating them multiple times), and was designed so that participants could concentrate by repeating "listening" and "dialogue" with each other. In addition, as an introductory part, it consisted of a basic lecture on instructional design and a case study dealing with the classroom site. From the participant questionnaire, there were opinions that further ingenuity was necessary to attract students to their own work and workplace issues because the subject of group work was used as a case in the classroom, but about 90% of the participants gave positive answers, indicating that the training was highly satisfying overall.

Contact information

University Consortium Kyoto SD Project
TEL 075-353-9163 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto
, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto ※Business hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00~17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

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