|Title||Thinking about online presentations ~Student presentations and examples of visual design and online classes~|
|Session organizer||Fukumaru Sho|
|Date & Time||2020/9/29(Tue) 13:00〜16:00|
|Location||Conducted Online (Zoom)|
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the number of opportunities for online presentations is increasing. However, many people are still confused about this situation. In this session, we will share and discuss online presentation skills through presentations by students, lectures by teachers, and panel discussions.
This session consists of 2 parts.
In the first part, students will give online presentations about their research and learning.
In the second part, Dr. Sayoko Tanaka ( the University of Tsukuba Arts Department ) and Dr. Keiichi Zenpo (the University of Tsukuba, System Information Department ) will talk about how to design presentations and organize online classes. In addition, a Q & A session and panel discussion will help you learn how to improve your online presentation skills.
※This section will be conducted in Japanese.
Official title : Professor, University of Tsukuba / Affiliation : Faculty of Art and Design / Research fields : Design science, Science education / Research keywords : Science Visualization, Visual Information Design, Graphic Design ( Reference : https://trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000002061 )
Official title : Assistant Professor, University of Tsukuba University / Affiliation : Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems / Research fields : Human interface and interaction, Perceptual information processing, etc... / Research keywords : Extension of Human Perception, Array Signal Processing, Big Data Utilization and Integration based on Sensor Signals, Service Systems such as Recommendation and Anomaly Detection ( References : https://trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000003534 , https://nrid.nii.ac.jp/en/nrid/1000070725712/ , http://www.xpercept.aclab.esys.tsukuba.ac.jp/index.php/about/zempo/ )