筑波会議「どこでもStudy」実施報告

先日、筑波会議の中で行われました、「どこでもStudy」の報告書を転載いたします。

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Tsukuba Science City is where Japan’s state-of-the-art science and technology gather. When you walk in Tsukuba, you see the research results of over 160 research institutes and more than 20,000 researchers. University of Tsukuba, located in the heart of the city, offers a wide range of academic disciplines including physical education and art. Students at the university have access to a broad range of academic oppertunities to choese from. There are many student lead seminars where they can discuss ideas and learn together. This time, we plan to explore the research being conducted by students. We look at student presentations on research and academic disciplines of interest. Like the “Tsukuba” city where you can discover new discoveries by walking around the city, this is a project where visitors of the Tsukuba Society can discover new things “anywhere”.

Specifically, we particpated in two activities.
-Planning and management of presentations about research and academic activities by students (poster format).
-Promotion of exchange of opinions between presenters and visitors.
On the day of the event, as soon as the doors opened many people came to view the posters.
One of the unique points of this poster session is a free exchange of ideas that is not bound by time or space.
The presenter wrote notes in advance about the following points on the poster by using "post-it".
①“Promotional points” such as originality of research and personal special skills.
②“Recruitment items” such as seeking ideas, knowledge, and resources (economic and instrumental).
Then the visitors put (wrote) back their comments, suggestion and offers on the poster. This encouraged interactive communication