Shotaro Yano

Master Student (Graduated)


I joined Yamaguchi-Takada Laboratory in 2011 and conducted the survey about how ICT contribute the primary education sector in Mongolia.
Yamaguchi-Takada Laboratory broadens my perspective and taught global attitude to discover a new world. Before jumping into the laboratory, even I could not speak English.
So, research activities were not easy for me actually, but supervisors, international students, and Japanese students are supporting me always. I very appreciated.
I’m engaged in an educational project in Mongolia now, every single experience in laboratory helps me.

Research Area

Sustainable use of ICT for Improving Quality of Education in Primary schools in Mongolia

  • Use of free and open source software for creating teaching materials
  • Education development
  • Impact study of ICT

Academic Background

  • Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan (2013)
    • Masters of Engineering
  • Tsukuba University, Ibaraki, Japan (2010)
    • Bachelors of Library Information Science
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