Remote classes using the credit transfer system (e-HELP)

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Remote classes using the credit transfer system (e-HELP)

We have concluded agreements on transferring credits with other universities and technical colleges, and offer remote classes.
For details about remote classes, or delivered or received courses, see below.
You can learn about the courses we deliver using Moodle.

List of delivered and received courses
Click here to see the list of courses providing remote classes under the credit transfer system.

What is a remote class based on the credit transfer system?

Aiming at the R&D of a new educational system, educational methods, educational materials, etc. in the university as well as human resource development, we started to promote a Multimedia University Pilot Study (MUPS) project in 1996.
In this project, we implemented commercial LMS (WebCT) in 2001, and have promoted the use of e-Learning in on-campus classes.
More particularly, we are working on the implementation of e-Learning and the development of contents for e-Learning by starting educational material projects (Table 1) and developing educational materials for e-Learning.

For asynchronous remote education using the Internet, we performed the Project of IT utilization promotion in higher education in 2002 and 2003 with 13 institutions, aiming at the development and offering of a “Remote Education Model” in cooperation with universities, etc.

In this project, we concluded agreements on transferring credits with 10 institutions (Toyohashi University of Technology; Nagaoka University of Technology; Kyushu Institute of Technology; Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; the National Institute of Technology, Sendai College; the National Institute of Technology, Gunma College; the National Institute of Technology, Gifu College; the National Institute of Technology, Toyota College; the National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College; and the National Institute of Technology, Niihama College) as well as engineering universities (Muroran Institute of Technology, Kitami Institute of Technology, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, the University of Electro-Communications, Nagaoka University of Technology, Nagoya University of Technology, Toyohashi University of Technology, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and Nara Institute of Science and Technology), and offer remote classes to universities, graduate schools and national institutes of technology (Table 1).
Currently, e-HELP (e-learning Higher Education Linkage Project), which aims to develop large-scale e-Learning in cooperation with various institutes of higher education, is being advanced based on the results of the project of IT utilization promotion in higher education.

Table 1. The number of educational material development projects and courses available for remote classes
Financial year Number of projects Number of delivered courses
FY 2017 --- 12
FY 2016 --- 16
FY 2015 --- 21
FY 2014 --- 21
FY 2013 16 23

List of delivered courses in FY 2016
For remote courses under the credit transfer system, click here.

For university juniors and seniors and students in advanced courses of the National Institute of Technology

Semesters Subjects
First semester Algorithms and Data Structures
Signal Transduction in the Neuronal Systems
Applied Mechanical Vibration
Life Science and Chemistry
Environmental Science
Second semester Mechanical Vibration
Software Design Methodology
Basic Image Processing

For freshmen and sophomores and fourth- and fifth-year students of the National Institute of Technology

Semesters Subjects
First semester Basic Electromagnetism
Second semester Introduction to Electromagnetism
Physics 1
Basic English Grammar

List of received courses in FY 2016

For undergraduate students

Institute name Semesters Subjects
Nagaoka University of Technology First term e-Information Processing
e-Mathematics for Management and Information 2
e-Introduction to Information Technology 1
e-Information Society and Ethics
e-Introduction to Marketing
e-Fundamentals of Meteorology
e-Database Management Systems and Applications
e-Energy Economics
Second term e-Sports Science for Good Health
e-Theory and Practice of Electromagnetism 1
e-Mathematics for Management and Information 1
e-Sport Science and Ethics
e-Introduction to Safety Engineering
e-Basics of Safety Control
e-Introduction to Information Technology 2
e-Computer and Internet
e-Contemporary Management
e-Engineers in the Global Age
e-Management of Technology (in English)
Kyushu Institute of Technology Second semester Program Design
Database
Electromagnetics
National Institute of Technology, Gifu College(Gifu Kosen) First semester Digital Systems (Introduction)
Second semester Assorted Mathematical Theories 2012
Assorted Laboratory Techniques 2012
Digital Systems (Advanced)
National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College First semester Practical Industrial Mathematics 1
Practical Industrial Mathematics 2

Other

How to view

Delivered contents: Mainly lecture videos, text and quizzes

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