研究業績

学位論文

研究論文・報告書

  1. Li, S., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “The Influence of Interactive Learning Materials on Self-Regulated Learning and Learning Satisfaction of Primary School Teachers in Mongolia”, Sustainability 2018, 10, 1093. Available: https://doi.org/10.3390/su10041093 (2018)
  2. Yamaguchi, S., “Policy Review on ICT Master Plan in Education in Bhutan”, submitted to UNESCO Bangkok. (2018)
  3. Yamaguchi, S., “Evolution of Teacher Education in Environmental Education and Contribution to Education 2030”, Policy Review Vol.56. The Science Council of Japan. (2018)
  4. Yamaguchi, S., “Chronological Analysis on Competitiveness in Higher Education in Japan”, policy recommendation submitted to the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports, Culture and Technology. (2018)
  5. Li, S., Yamaguchi, S., & Takada, J. (2018, April 29). Understanding factors affecting primary school teachers’ use of ICT for student-centered education in Mongolia. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT [Online], 14(1). Available: http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu/viewarticle.php?id=2381. (2018)
  6. Yamaguchi S.Y., Takada, J., and Yamamoto, Y., JICA 草の根協力援助パートナー型最終報告書「モンゴルにおけるICTを活用した持続可能な教員研修」 1-45.
  7. Poong Y.S., Yamaguchi S.Y., Takada J. Analyzing Mobile Learning Acceptance in the World Heritage Town of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR. In: Murphy A., Farley H., Dyson L., Jones H. (eds) Mobile Learning in Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Region. Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects, pp. 191-211, vol 40. Springer, Singapore. (2017)
  8. Yamamoto, Y., Enomoto, N., & Yamaguchi, S., Policies and Practices of School Leadership in Japan: A case of Leadership Development Strategies in Akita. Journal of Educational Considerations. 43 (3). 27-36. (2017)
  9. Yamamoto, Y., & Yamaguchi, S,. A study on teacher’s self-efficacy for promoting ICT integrated education in primary schools in Mongolia. Journal of International Cooperation in Education. 18 (2). 1-15. (2017)
  10. Leong, C.; Takada, J.-I.; Hanaoka, S.; Yamaguchi, S. Impact of Tourism Growth on the Changing Landscape of a World Heritage Site: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR. Sustainability 2017, 9, 1996.
  11. Leong, C.; Takada, J.-I.; Yamaguchi, S. Analysis of the Changing Landscape of a World Heritage Site: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR. Sustainability 2016, 8, 747.
  12. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., and Enomoto, E., “Comparative analysis on transversal skills in educational policies in 10 countries in Asia: Case of Japan”, submitted to UNESCO Bangkok, pp. 1-102, Bangkok, Thailand. (April, 2016)
  13. Poong, Y.S., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J. “Investigating the drivers of mobile learning acceptance among young adults in the World Heritage town of Luang Prabang, Laos”. Information Development, Volume:33 issue: 1, pp. 57-71. (2016)
  14. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., and Enomoto, E., “Comparative analysis on Transversal Skills to promote teacher training in 10 countries in Asia”, submitted to Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, pp. 1-26. (2016)
  15. 山口しのぶ, 高田潤一, 榎本直子,“アジア・太平洋地域10カ国における「21世紀型スキル」育成のための教員の指導力を高める取り組みの比較分析成果報告書”平成27年度政府開発援助UNESCO活動補助金 アジア・太平洋地域等における開発途上国の教育, 科学又は文化の普及・発展のための交流・協力事業,pp1-26. (2016)
  16. Poong, Y.S., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J. “Investigating the Factors of Promoting World Heritage Site Preservation Awareness in Least Developed Country: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao P.D.R”.Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, pp.257- 260, Niigata, Japan. (November, 2015)
  17. Li, S., Orgilmaa, L., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Factors affecting Mongolian primary school teachers’ perception on use of ICT for student-centered education”, Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, pp.16-19, Niigata, Japan. (November, 2015)
  18. Inoue, T., Yamaguchi, S. & Takada, J., “Study on People’s Motivations to Use Participatory Education Database”, Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, pp.96-99, Niigata, Japan. (November, 2015)
  19. Irie, N., Yamaguchi, S. & Takada, J., “Mixed-methods Study on People’s Attitude toward Ponds and Wetlands Preservation in World Heritage Site: Town of Luang Prabang, Lao P.D.R”, Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, p.92-95, Niigata, Japan. (November, 2015)
  20. Yamamoto Y., Yamaguchi, S. & Takada, J., “What are the factors related to the school leaders’ perceptions on the ICT contribution in Education?: A case of Mongolian primary school leaders” Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, p.12-15, Niigata, Japan.  (November, 2015)
  21. Inoue, T., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J. “Sustainable Management and Use of Participatory Education Database for Knowledge Exchange and Sharing”, Paper presented at the 10th Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering Deans Meeting, Singapore. (2015)
  22. Yamamoto, Y., and Yamaguchi, S. “Factors on Teacher’s Self-efficacy in Mongolia; A Quality Assurance for the ICT-Integrated Education”. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Washington DC, USA (March, 2015).
  23. Li, S., and Yamaguchi, S., “Understanding factors affecting primary school teachers’ use of ICT for student-centered education in Mongolia”, Paper presented at the 59th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Washington DC, USA (March, 2015)
  24. Yamaguchi, S., Sukhbaatar, J., Takada, J., and Dayan-Ochir, K., “The Effect of Using XO Computers on Students’ Mathematics and Reading Abilities: Evidence from Learning Achievement Tests conducted in Primary Education Schools in Mongolia”, International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, Vol. 10, Issue 2, pp. 89-102, (2014)
  25. Yamamoto, Y., Yamaguchi, S. Y., Takada, J., and Sukhbaatar, J. “Impact Factors on Teacher’s Self-efficacy in Mongolia: A Quality Assurance for the ICT-Integrated Education”. Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, p.42, Chiba, Japan. (November, 2014)
  26. Li, S., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Understanding factors affecting primary school teachers’ use of ICT for student-centered education in Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, p123, Chiba, Japan.(November, 2014)
  27. Yamaguchi, S., Yamamoto, Y., Ueno, A., Kurokawa, M., and Enomoto, N. “Integrating Transversal Competencies in Education Policy and Practice (Phase II) Country Case Study: Japan”. Paper submitted to UNESCO Bangkok, pp. 1-94, Bangkok, Thailand. (November, 2014)
  28. Tsogtsaikhan, O., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Factors affecting Information Communication Technology (ICT) skills of primary school teachers in Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 58th Annual Conference on Japan Comparative Education Society, p195, Tokyo, Japan. (June, 2014)
  29. Ministry of Education, Sport, Culture, Science and Technology, “Policy Recommendation on Development of Information Infrastructure Promoting Use of Academic Clouds and Data Science”, Tokyo, Japan.(2014)
  30. Yamaguchi, S., Sukhbaatar, S., “The effect of using XO computers on students’ math and reading abilities in primary education schools in Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 58th Annual Conference on Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Toronto, Canada. (March, 2014)
  31. Tsogtsaikhan, O., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Measuring ICT skills of primary school teachers: instrument development in Mongolia”, Proceedings of 58th Annual Conference on Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Toronto, Canada. (March, 2014)
  32. Kishimoto, K., and Yamaguchi, S., “Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcome: Case of Engineering Education in Japan”, in preparation for OECD-AHELO Feasibility Study. (2013)
  33. Yamaguchi, S., Ueno, A., and Enomoto, N., “Transforming Teaching and Learning in Asia and the Pacific: Pedagogical Approaches in Japan” submitted to UNESCO Bangkok, pp.1-52, Bangkok, Thailand. (December, 2013)
  34. Yamaguchi, S., Auxillos, J., Takada, J., and Sukhbaatar, S., “Mixed-Methods Impact Study of One Laptop Per Child Initiative: A Case of Khovd Province in Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference, the Japan Society for International Development, p.24, Osaka, Japan. (November, 2013)
  35. Tsogtsaikhan, O., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Development of Instrument to measure ICT skills of primary school teachers in Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, P.126, Osaka, Japan. (November, 2013)
  36. Yamaguchi, S., Onodera, J., and Kurokawa, M., “Integrating non-cognitive skills in Educational policy and practice: Case of Japan”, submitted to Education Policy and Reform Unit, UNESCO Bangkok, pp.1-70, Bangkok, Thailand. (November, 2013)
  37. Onodera, J., Yamaguchi, S., and Sukhbaatar, J. “Current trends and perceptions of ICT use at primary schools in Mongolia: Comparative analysis from viewpoints of school leaders and teachers” Proceedings of the 49th Annual Conference on Japan Comparative Education Society, Tokyo, Japan. (July, 2013)
  38. Auxillos, J., Yamaguchi, S., “How does the One Laptop Per Child Initiative Impact Children, Teachers, and the Community? : Findings from a Mixed-Methods Research in Mongolia,” Proceedings of the 49th Annual Conference of Japan Society of Comparative Education, Tokyo, Japan. (July 2013)
  39. 小野寺純子,山口しのぶ, 高田潤一,「モンゴルの小学校におけるICT導入事例の現状:バヤンホンゴル県の事例より」第23回国際開発学会全国大会報告論文集, p323-326,神戸, (December, 2012)
  40. Poong, Y.S., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J.,” Promoting World Heritage Site preservation awareness: Gender difference on mobile learning perceptions”, Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, pp.99-100, Kobe, Japan. (December, 2012)
  41. Auxillos J., Takada J., Yamaguchi, S., “Furthering 21st Century Education Methodologies: The Case of the One Laptop Per Child Initiative in Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference, the Japan Society for International Development, pp.115-116, Kobe, Japan. (December 2012)
  42. Luvsandash, O., Yano, S., Sergelen, I., Yamaguchi, S., Takada. J., “Analysis on ICT use to promote Student Centered Approach: Case of Scratch software program”, Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, pp.31-34, Kobe, Japan. (December, 2012)
  43. Yokoi, K., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Application of Virtual Reality (VR) panorama for townscape monitoring in the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang”, Proceedings of the 23rd Autumn Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, pp.97-98, Kobe, Japan. (December, 2012)
  44. Yamaguchi, S., Information and Communication Technology in Education. In: Katsuma (ed.), Theory of International Development: Approaches to MDGs for Poverty Alleviation (in Japanese), Minerva Press, pp.228-247. (2012)
  45. Sukhbaatar J., and Yamaguchi, S., “Reform of TVET in Transitional Period of Mongolia: Current Perspective”, Proceedings of the 48th Annual Conference of Japan Society of Comparative Education, P. 109, Fukuoka, Japan. (June, 2012)
  46. Poong, Y.S., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Introducing mobile learning for promoting World Heritage Site preservation awareness: Assessment of mobile usage behavior of undergraduate students in Luang Prabang”, Proceedings of the 13th Spring Conference, the Japan Society for International Development, pp.219 – 220, Yokohama, Japan. (June, 2012)
  47. 矢野智子,山口しのぶ,高田潤一,スクバター,「モンゴルの小学校における教材開発へのScratchプログラムの導入– 3県を事例として」, 第13回国際開発学会春季大会, pp.217-218, 横浜, (2012年6月)
  48. Dayan-Orchir, K., and Yamaguchi, S., “Findings of Baseline Survey on Netbook Introduction in Primary Schools of Rural Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 13th Spring Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, p. 110, Yokohama, Japan. (June, 2012)
  49. Sukhbaatar, J., Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Bat-Erdene, R., and Orgilmaa., L. “Sustainable use of ICT for teacher training in primary schools in Mongolia-Phase 2”, Final report submitted to Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport, Science and Technology, pp.1-85,Japan. (May, 2012)
  50. 山口しのぶ,小野寺純子,「モンゴルにおける教員研修のためのICT導入の背景と傾向に関する分析」第22回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集, pp195-198, 名古屋, (2011年11月)
  51. Leong, C., Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J. “Analyzing the Change in Built Environment of World Heritage Site: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao P.D.R”, Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Japan Society of International Development, pp.176-178, Nagoya, Japan. (November 2011)
  52. Tokyo Institute of Technology, “ESD in Science: Revolutionary Human Resource Development in Science and Technology”, UNESCO Decade on Education for Sustainable Development, Tudor Publishing, London. England. (September 2011)
  53. Onodera, J., and Yamaguchi, S., “ICT use in primary schools: comparative analysis of five rural provinces in Mongolia.” Proceedings of the 55th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Montreal, Canada. (June, 2011)
  54. Morigen, D., and Yamaguchi, S., “Web-based teacher training: Analysis from prototype development in Mongolia.” Proceedings of the 55th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Montreal, Canada. (June, 2011)
  55. Leong, C., Yamaguchi, and S., Takada, J. “Analyzing the Change in Built Environment of World Heritage Site: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao P.D.R”, Proceedings of the 16th Spring Conference of the Japan Society of International Development, pp. 78-79, Saitama, Japan. (June, 2011)
  56. Sukhbaatar, J., Yamaguchi, and S., Takada, J., “Sustainable use of ICT for teacher training in primary schools in Mongolia””, Final report submitted to Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sport, Science and Technology, Japan. pp.1-148. (April, 2011)
  57. Takada, J., Yamaguchi, S., and Leong, C., “GIS Development in the World Heritage Sites in Developing Countries – Preventing from becoming “Heritage in Danger”: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR”, Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, pp.306-310, Tokyo, Japan. (November, 2010)
  58. 山口しのぶ, 小野寺純子,「モンゴルの教育現場におけるICT導入の現状と課題—地方5県における現状比較分析より」,第21回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集, pp.215-219,東京, (2010年11月)
  59. 莫日根達来,山口しのぶ,高田潤一,「モンゴルの小学校教員トレーニングにおけるWEBベースインタラクティブ教材開発」,第11回国際開発学会春季大会報告本文集, P65-66, 北海道, (2010年6月)
  60. 小野寺純子, 山口しのぶ,「モンゴルの学校におけるICT導入の現状:FTI-ICTイニシアチブ・ベースライン調査結果より」,日本比較教育学会 第46回大会発表要旨集, 129,神戸,(2010年6月)
  61. 堀田泰司, 潘建秀, 山口しのぶ 他,「ASEAN+3におけるACTS(ASEAN Credit Transfer System)を使ったアジア口頭教育権の発展の可能性」,日本比較教育学会 第46回大会発表要旨集, p.82, 神戸, (2010年6月)
  62. Yamaguchi, S., “Higher Education System and Credit Transfer System in Asia” in “Research on ACTS (ASEAN Credit Transfer System)and Comparative Study on Asian Nations”, submitted to the Ministry of Education, Sports, Culture, Science and Technology, pp. 183-196, Tokyo, Japan. (March, 2010)
  63. Yamaguchi, S., and Dondov, B., “Fast Track Initiatives: ICT introduction into teaching in Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 54th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Chicago, USA. (March, 2010)
  64. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., and Leong, C., “Application of ICT and GIS in the World Heritage of Luang Prabang”, Journal of Asian Academy for Heritage Management, pp.45-48. (December, 2009)
  65. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Onodera, J., Yano, S., Dondov, B., and Konishi, Y., “FTI-ICT project in Mongolia ‘Level-up’ training on advanced level of ICT for primary school teachers: Monitoring Report”, submitted to Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, pp.1-88, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. (November, 2009)
  66. 山口しのぶ, 小野寺純子, 矢野智子,「教育改革と学校長のスキルデヴェロップメントの重要性:モンゴル初等・中等教育におけるアセスメント調査より」, 第20回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集, pp215-219, 大分,(2009年11月)
  67. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Dondov, B., and Konishi, Y., “Baseline Survey on FTI-ICT project in Mongolia ‘Level-up’ training on advanced level of ICT for primary school teachers”, submitted to the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, pp.1-36, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. (October, 2009)
  68. Yamaguchi, S., Onodera J., Bat-Erdene, R., and Khish, O., “Training Needs Assessment for School Principals in Mongolia: Preliminary Findings”, Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Charleston, USA. (March, 2009)
  69. Yamaguchi, S., “Application of distance learning materials in rural Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Charleston, USA. (March, 2009).
  70. Otgonsuren, L., Yamaguchi, S., Narantuya, J., et.al, “Needs Assessment for School Principals in Mongolia”, Survey Report, submitted to UNESCO Beijing, pp.1-111. (March, 2009)
  71. Takada, J., Yamaguchi, S., and Leong, C., “Geographical Information System (GIS) and Regional Development: Potential Problems and Feasible Solutions”, The Japan Society for International Development, 19th Annual Conference Proceedings, p.350-353, Hiroshima, Japan. (November, 2008)
  72. Yamaguchi, S., Bat-Erdene, R., Enkhtuya, N., “Enhancing Equity in Rural Education in Mongolia”, Panel Organized at Comparative and International Education Society 52nd Annual Conference, Conference proceedings, CD-Rom, New York. (March, 2008)
  73. R., and Yamaguchi, S., “Sustainability promotes equity in Mongolia: Analysis on sustainable factors in rural teacher training”, Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, New York, USA. (March, 2008)
  74. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Kawaguchi, Y., “Introduction of ICT to rural town of Lao PDR: analysis on social and cultural impact Application to World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang”, Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, New York, USA. (March, 2008)
  75. Sitthirath, R., Leong, C., Enoki, S., Yamaguchi, S., “Application of ICT for Promoting Sustainable Development in World Heritage Sites: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR”, Proceeding of the 1st Joint International Conference on Information Communication Technology, pp.11-18, Vientiane, Lao PDR. (December, 2007)
  76. 高田潤一, 山口しのぶ, 川口雄嗣, 「ラオス人民民主主義共和国ルアンパバーンにおける世界文化遺産の持続的開発のための情報通信技術の応用」, 第18回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集, 333-336, 沖縄,(2007年11月)
  77. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., et al., “Analysis Paper on Promoting Sustainable Development in Education in Mongolia”, UNESCO Beijing, e-publication, pp.1-55. (October, 2007)
  78. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Kawaguchi, Y., and Leong, C., “Promoting Economic and Regional Development: Case Study in the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang”, Proceedings of the 9th World Symposium of the Organization of World Heritage Cities, CD-Rom, Kazan, Russia. (June, 2007)
  79. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., et al., “Promoting Sustainable Development in Education through UNESCO Development Project in Mongolia”, Final Report for ACCU International Exchange Program under the UNESCO/Japan Funds-in-Trust for the Promotion of International Cooperation and Mutual Understanding, pp.1-39. (April, 2007)
  80. 山口しのぶ, 矢野智子,「モンゴル農村部における教育の質的向上:国連・ユネスコプロジェクト評価結果からの政策提言」日本評価学会第7回全国大会論文集,東京.(December 2006)
  81. Yamaguchi, S., Vaggione, and P., Takada, J., “ICT Application to World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang”, Research Conference Proceedings on Asian Approaches to Conservation, pp.111-124, Bangkok, Thailand. (October, 2006)
  82. 山口しのぶ, 高田潤一,「モンゴル国における教員研修プログラムへの遠隔教育メディアの導入」第17回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集, pp.102-105, 東京.(November 2006)
  83. 山口しのぶ, 西原明法, 高田潤一, 三輪眞木子, 「ICTを活用した国際連携:東京工業大学からタイの高等教育機関への衛星講義配信の事例」メディア教育研究 第3巻1号, 35-41, メディア教育開発センター. (October 2006)
  84. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Ooka, N., and Kawaguchi, Y., “Application of Information and Communication Technology to Promote Sustainable Development, A Case Study: Town of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, Journal of the 42nd ISOCaRP Congress, selected papers, pp.419-433,Istanbul, Turkey. (September, 2006)
  85. Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Internal Evaluation Report: Rehabilitation of Boarding Schools and Provision of Refresher Training Course for Headmasters and Teachers in the Dzud Affected Gobi Desert Provinces in Mongolia (Bayankhongor, Dundgobi and Zavkhan)”, pp.1-27, UNESCO Beijing. (April, 2006)
  86. Yamaguchi, S., Bat-Erdene, R., and Onodera, J., “Open Source Software Use in Developing Countries: A Case of Informatics Education Project in Mongolia”, Proceedings of the 50th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Honolulu, Hawaii. (March, 2006)
  87. Yamaguchi, S., Onodera, J., and Yano, S., “Training Needs Assessment for School Principals and Teachers and in Mongolia: A Case of Three Gobi Desert Aimags”, Proceedings of the 50th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Honolulu, Hawaii. (March, 2006)
  88. 山口しのぶ, 「衛星講義配信における同期型・非同期型遠隔教育に関する分析:東京工業大学-アジア工科大学のケースより」科学研究費補助金成果報告書「知の国際交流を支援するネットワーク学習コミュニティーの形成に関する研究」29-34, (2006年3月)
  89. 山口しのぶ, 「世界文化遺産地域における持続可能な開発に関する研究」国立民族博物館調査報告61 pp.153-165, (2006年3月)
  90. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Tanaka, A., Sagawa, J., Haneda, and K., Braga, B., “Annual Report 2005: Rehabilitation of Boarding Schools and Provision of Refresher Training Course for Headmasters and Teachers in the Dzud affected Gobi Desert Provinces in Mongolia”, submitted to UNESCO Beijing, pp. 1-59. (December, 2005)
  91. 山口しのぶ, 矢野智子, 佐川純子, 「モンゴル初等・中等教育における学校長、教員の再教育ニーズアセスメントについて:新教育法導入に際しての現状分析」第16回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集, pp.174-177, 神戸, (2005年11月)
  92. 山口しのぶ, 佐川純子「途上国の教育現場におけるオープンソースソフトウェア導入についての考察」第16回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集. pp. 82-85, 神戸,(2005年11月)
  93. 大岡信夫, 山口しのぶ, 高田純一, 阿部順一, Huynh, T.,「世界文化遺産地域の開発に貢献する情報通信技術(ICT)の導入-ラオス国ルアンパバーンにおける事例」第16回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集, pp.88-91, 神戸, (2005年11月)
  94. Yamaguchi, S., “Providing Distance Education in Asia: Synchronous vs. Asynchronous”, Proceedings of the 49th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Palo Alto, USA. (March, 2005)
  95. Yamaguchi, S., Sagawa, J., “ICT Use for Education: Open Source vs. Proprietary Software”, Proceedings of the 49th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Palo Alto, USA. (March, 2005)
  96. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Tanaka, A., and Haneda, K., “Progress Report: Rehabilitation of Boarding Schools and Provision of Refresher Training Course for Headmasters and Teachers in the Dzud affected Gobi Desert Provinces in Mongolia”, submitted to UNESCO Beijing, pp.1-45. (December, 2004)
  97. 大岡信夫, 山口しのぶ, 高田潤一,「ルーラル地域開発のための情報通信基盤構築- ルアンパバーン(ラオス) の文化遺産地域開発におけるフィージビリティについて – 」第15回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集, pp.221-227, 東京,(2004年11月)
  98. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., and Tanaka, A., “Rehabilitation of Boarding Schools and Provision of Refresher Training Course for Headmasters and Teachers in the Dzud affected Gobi Desert Provinces in Mongolia: Activity Report”, submitted to UNESCO Beijing, pp.1-68. (September, 2004)
  99. Yamaguchi, S., “Study on sustainable technologies in world heritage sites in Asia”, Proceeding on 15th Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, pp. 123-128, Tokyo, Japan. (November, 2004).
  100. 山口しのぶ,「世界文化遺産地域開発に関する調査・研究:Integrated Conservationアプローチとそのアジア地域での応用性について」国際開発高等教育機構FASID研究フェロープログラム成果論文,1-24, (2004年3月)
  101. Yamaguchi, S. “Educational Technology for Community Capacity Building: Lessons from Case Projects”, Proceedings of the 48th Comparative and International Education Society, CD-Rom, Salt Lake City, USA. (March, 2004)
  102. 山口しのぶ,“Grassroots Assistance in Rural China”, 国際開発高等教育機構,開発援助研究事業,平成14年度事例教材作成コース,事例教材集unit 2, (2004年2月)
  103. 山口しのぶ神戸,「草の根無償資金協力スキームにおける参加型開発:中国陜西省農村総合開発のケーススタディー」第14回国際開発学会全国大会報告本文集,221-227, 愛知, (2003年11月)
  104. Yamaguchi, S., Kojima, Y., Takada. J., and Nishi. K: “Integrated Conservation Approach: A case of Shirakawa-mura in Japan”, Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium of the Organization of World Heritage Cities, CR-Rom, Rhodes, Greece. (September, 2003)
  105. 馬越庸恭,赤間啓之,山口しのぶ,望月祐洋,「大学連合時代のネットワークによる遠隔講義について」コンピュータ利用教育協議会・2003PCカンファレンス論文集,245-246(2003年)
  106. Makoshi, N., Akama, H., Yamaguchi, S., and Mochizuki, M: “A Matrix-based Introduction of IT to the Interdisciplinary Association of Universities”, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training, pp.268-273, Marrakech, Morocco.(July, 2003)
  107. Yamaguchi, S., Miki, C., Niiyama, H., Nishihara, A., Nakayama, M., Takada, J., and Muta, H: “Human Resources Management with Information Technology: Simultaneous Satellite Lecture Provision between Tokyo Institute of Technology and Asian Institute of Technology” Closing Gaps in the Digital Divide: Regional Conference on Digital GMS, Conference Proceedings, p.313-317, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand. (February, 2003)
  108. Yamaguchi, S: “Development of Synchronous and Asynchronous Distance Education: Collaborative Learning with Local Context”, Presented at the International Symposium, “E-learning beyond Cultural and Linguistic Barriers : Co-existence and Collaboration” NIME Research Report, 37-January pp.68-76, (October 2002)
  109. 山口しのぶ「中国における日本の無償援助の評価:医療機材供与、保健・学校条件改善案件について」在外公館評価報告書, pp.1-92,(April 2002)
  110. Zhang, T., and Yamaguchi, S., “Report on the Development and Effect of the Joint-Innovation Project in Gansu Province”, submitted to UNESCO Pp.1-65. (September, 1994)
  111. Jiang, M., and Yamaguchi, S., “Efficiency of Financing Primary School Education in Rural China”, Written in cooperation with Shanghai Institute of Human Resource Development (SIHRD), UNESCO Beijing. pp.1-46. (January, 1994)
  112. Duignan, P., and Yamaguchi, S: “Report on the Training of Educational Managers in Mongolia: Educational Administration, Educational Finance and Educational Evaluation”, Unit of Reform and Reconstruction of Education, UNESCO, Paris. (April 1994)
  113. Bundii, Duignan, P., Yamaguchi, S.: “Training Needs Analysis of Educational Managers in Mongolia” Report to Mongolia Human Resources Development and Education Reform Project of the Asian Development Bank, Unit of Reform and Reconstruction of Education, UNESCO, Paris. (December 1993)
  114. Yamaguchi, S: “Evaluation Report on Ministerial Conference for Education in Asia and the Pacific VI” Prepared for the Sixth Regional Ministerial Conference for Education, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (June 1993)
  115. Yamaguchi, S.: “Analysis of Country Report on Recommendation on Education against Discrimination” Report to the Executive Board, Unit of Educational Policies and Strategies, UNESCO. (June 1991)

国際会議・セミナー口頭発表

  1. Yamamoto, Y., Yamaguchi, S., “Relationships between ICT implementation at school level and factors related to transformative leadership: A case of Mongolian primary school”, Paper presented at 62nd Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Mexico City, Mexico (March, 2018)
  2. Li, S., Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., and Sukhbaatar, J., “The effects of interactive learning materials on self-regulated learning and learning outcome in the case of Mongolian primary school teachers”, Paper presented at 62nd Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Mexico City, Mexico (March, 2018)
  3. Yamaguchi, S. “Comparative Analysis on 21st century skills in 10 countries in Asia and the Pacific”, presented at Asia and the Pacific Ministry of Education Conference, Bangkok, Thailand. (July, 2017)
  4. Yamaguchi, S. and Takada, J. “Analysis on impact survey for primary school teachers in Mongolia using ICT for quality education”, presented at the International Meeting on ICT for Education, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. (January, 2017)
  5. 山口しのぶ、「アジア・太平洋地域10ヶ国における「21世紀型スキル」育成のための教育政策及び実践について」,文部科学省スーパーグローバルハイスクール第二回連絡協議会,御茶ノ水女子大学,(2016年12月)
  6. Enomoto, N.,Yano, S., and Yamaguchi, S. “Transversal competencies in education policies and practices in Asia-Pacific”, Oral Presentation, 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Vancouver, Canada. (March, 2016)
  7. Yamamoto, Y., and Yamaguchi, S. “Factors related to the positive perceptions on the ICT integrated education: A case of Mongolian primary school leaders”. Oral Presentation, 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Vancouver, Canada. (March, 2016)
  8. Yamaguchi, S. Y., Enomoto, N., and Yamamoto, Y. “Integrating Non-cognitive Skills in Education Policy and Practice Case of Japan”, Presented at 2016 Asia-Pacific Education Research Institute Network (ERI-Net) Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan. (February, 2016)
  9. Li, S., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J. “Understanding factors affecting primary school teachers’ perception on use of ICT for student-centered education in Mongolia”, paper presented at the 16th World Congress of Comparative Education Society, Beijing, China. (August 2016)
  10. Inoue, T., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J. “Sustainable Management and Use of Participatory Education Database for Knowledge Exchange and Sharing”, Paper presented at the 10th Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering Deans Meeting and Student Conference (AOTULE 2015), Singapore. (November, 2015)
  11. Inoue, T., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J. “Motivations of Content Development in Online Research Database: Towards Sustainable Platform for Knowledge Exchange and Sharing”, Paper presented at the 7th Multidisciplinary International Student Workshop (MISW 2015), Tokyo, Japan. (August 2015)
  12. 游浩成, 山口しのぶ, 高田潤一, Application of Drone for Riverbank Landscape Monitoring in the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang,第27回国際開発学会全国大会, ポスター発表,広島,(2016年11月)
  13. Yamamoto, Y., & Yamaguchi, S. A study on teacher’s self-efficacy for promoting ICT integrated education in primary schools in Mongolia. Paper presented at the 27th Annual Conference of The Japan Society for International Development (JASID), Hiroshima University, (November, 2016)
  14. Li, S., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J. “Understanding factors affecting primary school teachers’ perception on use of ICT for student-centered education in Mongolia”, paper presented at the 16th World Congress of Comparative Education Society, Beijing, China. (August 2016)
  15. Enomoto, N. Yano, S., and Yamaguchi, S. “Transversal competencies in education policies and practices in Asia-Pacific”, Paper presented at the 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Vancouver, Canada. (March, 2016)
  16. Yamamoto, Y., and Yamaguchi, S. “Factors related to the positive perceptions on the ICT integrated education: A case of Mongolian primary school leaders”. Paper presented at the 60th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Vancouver, Canada. (March, 2016)
  17. Yamaguchi, S. Y., Enomoto, N., Yamamoto, Y. “Integrating Non-cognitive Skills in Education Policy and Practice Case of Japan”, Presented at 2016 Asia-Pacific Education Research Institute Network (ERI-Net) Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan. (February, 2016)
  18. Li, S., and Yamaguchi, S. “Understanding factors affecting primary school teachers’ use of ICT for student-centered education in Mongolia”, Paper presented at the 10th Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering Deans Meeting and Student Conference (AOTULE 2015), Singapore. (November, 2015)
  19. Inoue, T., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J. “Sustainable Management and Use of Participatory Education Database for Knowledge Exchange and Sharing”, Paper presented at the 10th Asia-Oceania Top University League on Engineering Deans Meeting and Student Conference (AOTULE 2015), Singapore. (November, 2015)
  20. Inoue, T., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J. “Motivations of Content Development in Online Research Database: Towards Sustainable Platform for Knowledge Exchange and Sharing”, Paper presented at the 7th Multidisciplinary International Student Workshop (MISW 2015), Tokyo, Japan. (August 2015)
  21. 井上毅郎, 山口しのぶ, 高田潤一, “Motivations of Content Development in Online Research Database: Towards Sustainable Platform for Knowledge Exchange and Sharing”, Oral Presentation, 第16回国際開発学会春季大会,東京, (2015年6月)
  22. Yamamoto, Y., and Yamaguchi, S. “Factors on Teacher’s Self-efficacy in Mongolia; A Quality Assurance for the ICT-Integrated Education”. Oral Presentation, 59th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Washington DC, USA. (March, 2015)
  23. Li, S., and Yamaguchi, S., “Understanding factors affecting primary school teachers’ use of ICT for student-centered education in Mongolia”, Oral Presentation, 59th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Washington DC, USA. (March, 2015)
  24. Yamaguchi, S., Chang, G., and Yano, S., “Integrating Transversal Skills in education Policies; Comparative Analysis of 10 Countries in Asia”. Keynote speech at World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), Cluster IV: Setting the Agenda for ESD beyond 2014, Workshop I: Teaching, assessing and promoting 21st century competencies, Nagoya, Japan. (November, 2014)
  25. Yamamoto, Y., Yamaguchi, S. Y., Takada, J., and Sukhbaatar, J. “Impact Factors on Teacher’s Self-efficacy in Mongolia: A Quality Assurance for the ICT-Integrated Education”. Oral Presentation, 25th Annual Conference, Japan Society for International Development, Chiba, Japan. (November, 2014)
  26. Li, S., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Understanding factors affecting primary school teachers’ use of ICT for student-centered education in Mongolia”, Oral Presentation, 25th Annual Conference, Japan Society for International Development, Chiba, Japan. (November, 2014)
  27. Tsogtsaikhan, O., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Factors affecting Information Communication Technology (ICT) skills of primary school teachers in Mongolia”, Oral Presentation, 50th Annual Conference, Japan Comparative Education Society, Nagoya, Japan. (June, 2014)
  28. Enomoto, N., Yamaguchi, S., Yano, S. and Chang, G.”A comparative analysis on transversal competencies in education policy: Findings from 10 countries/economies in the Asia and the Pacific“, Oral Presentation, 9th biennial conference of the Comparative Education Society of Asia (CESA), Hangzhou, China. (May, 2014)
  29. Yamaguchi, S., Sukhbaatar, S., “The effect of using XO computers on students’ math and reading abilities in primary education schools in Mongolia“, Oral Presentation, 58th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Toronto, Canada. (March, 2014)
  30. Tsogtsaikhan, O., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Measuring ICT skills of primary school teachers: instrument development in Mongolia”, Oral Presentation, 58th Annual Conference on Comparative and International Education Society, Toronto, Canada. (March, 2014)
  31. Yamaguchi, S., and Ueno, A., “The Country Study on Pedagogical Approaches Case of Japan,” Third Regional High-level Expert Meeting “Beyond 2015: Transforming Teaching and Learning in Asia-Pacific,” Bangkok, Thailand. (October, 2013)
  32. Yamaguchi, S., Kurokawa, M., and Onodera, J., “Integrating Non-cognitive Skills in Education Policy and Practice: Case of Japan,” 2013 Education Research Institutes Network (ERI-Net) Annual Meeting – Transition to a Better and Higher Learning, Bangkok, Thailand. (October, 2013)
  33. Onodera, J., Yamaguchi, S., and Sukhbaatar, J., “Trend of ICT use at primary schools: a comparative analysis in 5 regions in Mongolia”, Oral presentation, 57th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, New Orleans, USA. (March, 2013)
  34. Auxillos J., Khishbuyan, D, Sukhbaatar J., Bat-Erdene R., and Yamaguchi, S., “Does the One Laptop Per Child initiative improve primary education?”, Oral presentation, 57th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, New Orleans, USA. (March, 2013)
  35. Yamaguchi, S., and Onodera, J., “Zest for living – How Japan translated non-cognitive skills into education”, Paper presented at the Education Research Institutes Network in Asia and the Pacific (ERI-net), Bangkok, Thailand.(March, 2013)
  36. Yamaguchi, S., and Poong, Y.S., “Mobile Learning Readiness to Promote World Heritage Site Literacy: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR”, Oral presentation, Mobile Learning Week, UNESCO, Paris. (February, 2013)
  37. Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Open Source Software to Promote Lifelong Learning among Teachers”, Oral Presentation, Central Asia Symposium on ICT in Education (CASIE), Almaty, Kazakhstan. (January, 2013).
  38. Yamaguchi, S., Onodera, J., and Takada, J., “Comparative analysis on ICT use in primary schools in Mongolia”, Keynote Speech, International Conference on Education Policy Research in Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. (October, 2012).
  39. Onodera, J., Yamaguchi, S., and Auxillos, J., “Application of ICT in primary schools in Mongolia: Comparative analysis of three rural provinces”, Oral presentation, 56th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education, Puerto Rico. (April, 2012)
  40. Yano, S., Sergelen, S., Yamaguchi, S., “Development of Teaching Material for Primary Schools in Mongolia: Lessons from Teachers’ Feedback”, Oral presentation, 54th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Puerto Rico. (April, 2012)
  41. Yamaguchi, S., and Onodera, J., ICT use at schools in Japan: Analysis on current ICT infrastructure and case studies in basic education, International Conference on the Social Value of Educational Technology in Southeast Asia: Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Vietnam, Hanoi, Vietnam. (November, 2011)
  42. Onodera, J., and Yamaguchi, S.,”ICT use in primary schools: Comparative analysis of five rural provinces in Mongolia.” Oral Presentation, 55th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Montreal, Canada. (June, 2011)
  43. Morigen, D., and Yamaguchi, S., “Web-based teacher training: Analysis from prototype development in Mongolia.” Conference Proceedings, Oral Presentation, 55th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Montreal, Canada. (June, 2011)
  44. Sitthirath, Leong, Takada, and Yamaguchi, “Application of Free and Open Source Database Management System for Heritage Management in Luang Prabang, Lao P.D.R”, Oral Presentation, 3rd JICTEE Annual Conference, Luang Prabang, Lao PDR.(December, 2010)
  45. Leong, C., Takada, J., and Yamaguchi, D., “Introducing GIS (Geographical Information System) to monitor development in World Heritage Site of Developing Country: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao P.D.R”, Oral Presentation, 3rd JICTEE Annual Conference, Luang Prabang, Lao PDR.(December, 2010)
  46. Takada, J., Yamaguchi, S., Leong, C., “GIS Development in World Heritage Sites in Developing Countries – Prevent from becoming “Heritage in Danger”: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR”, Oral Presentation, 21st Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, Tokyo. (November, 2010)
  47. 山口しのぶ,小野寺純子「モンゴルの教育現場におけるICT導入の現状と課題—地方5県における現状比較分析より」,口頭発表,第21回国際開発学会全国大会, 北海道, (2010年11月)
  48. モリゲンダライ, 山口しのぶ, 高田潤一, “Web-based interactive teacher training materials in schools in Mongolia”, 第11回国際開発学会春季大会, 口頭発表,北海道, (2010年6月)
  49. 小野寺純子,山口しのぶ「モンゴルの学校におけるICT導入の現状:FTI-ICTイニシアチブ・ベースライン調査結果より」,日本比較教育学会第46回大会,口頭発表,神戸,(2010年6月)
  50. 堀田泰司, 潘建秀, 山口しのぶ 他「ASEAN+3におけるACTS(ASEAN Credit Transfer System)を使ったアジア高等教育権の発展の可能性」,日本比較教育学会第46回大会,口頭発表,神戸, (2010年6月)
  51. Yamaguchi, S., and Dondov, B., “First Track Initiatives: ICT introduction into teaching in Mongolia”, Oral Presentation, 54th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Chicago, USA. (March, 2010)
  52. 山口しのぶ,小野寺純子,矢野智子「教育改革と学校長のスキルデヴェロップメントの重要性:モンゴル初等・中等教育におけるアセスメント調査より」, 第20回国際開発学会全国大会,口頭発表, (2009年11月)
  53. Yamaguchi, S., Onodera J., Bat-Erdene, R., and Khishbuyan, G., “Training Needs Assessment for School Principals in Mongolia: Preliminary Findings”, Oral Presentation, 53rd Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Charleston, USA. (March, 2009)
  54. Yamaguchi, S., “Application of distance learning materials in rural Mongolia”, Oral Presentation, 53rd Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Charleston, USA. (March, 2009)
  55. 山口しのぶ,「ラオスにおける文化遺産地域開発と人材育成」,第六回東・中央アジア歴史都市会議:東・中央アジアの歴史遺産と環境保全をめぐる政策フォーラム,イスタンブール,(2008年11月)
  56. Takada, J., Yamaguchi, and S., Leong, C., “GIS Development in World Heritage Sites in Developing Countries – Prevent from becoming “Heritage in Danger”: Case of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR”, Oral Presentation, 20th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, Hiroshima, Japan. (November, 2008)
  57. Takada, J., Yamaguchi, S., Leong, C., “Geographical Information System (GIS) and Regional Development: Potential Problems and Feasible Solutions”, Oral presentation, 19th Annual Conference of the Japan Society for International Development, Hiroshima, Japan. (November, 2008)
  58. Yamaguchi, S., Leong, C., and Takada, J., “Impact of ICT Introduction in World Heritage Site”, The World Organization of United Cities and Local Government: Regional Section of Euro-Asia, Oral presentation, Solo City, Indonesia. (October, 2008)
  59. Leong, C, Yamaguchi, and S., Takada, J., “Assessment of Local Condition of GIS Use in Sustainable Development: A Case of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR”, 44th ISOCaRP Congress, Oral presentation, Dalian, China. (September, 2008)
  60. Yamaguchi, S., “Interpretation of quantitative data and qualitative data in the context of rural Mongolia:  Case of application of ICT to promote basic education”, Presented at the Mongolian Academic Forum, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. (December, 2008)
  61. Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “ICT Introduction to Luang Prabang: Needs Assessment and Summary of Result”, Presented at Symposium on Application of Information Communication Technology, Luang Prabang, Lao PDR. (December, 2007)
  62. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Kawaguchi, Y., “Introduction of Information Technology to Promote Sustainable Development: World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang”, Presented at the 2006 Thai ICOMOS Conference, Udonthani, Thailand. (November, 2006)
  63. Takada, J, Nishihara, A., and Yamaguchi, S., “Distribution of Graduate Courses via International Satellite: Case Study between Japan and Thailand”, The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers,Bangkok, Thailand. (October, 2006)
  64. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., Ooka, N., and Abe, J., “ICT contribution to promote sustainable development, Case study in the World Heritage site of Luang Prabang”, Presented at the 8th World Symposium of the Organization of World Heritage Cities, Cusco, Peru. (September, 2005)
  65. Yamaguchi, S., Mochizuki, M., Ooka, N., “Information Management at La Maison du Patrimoine, Luang Prabang, Lao PDR”, Presented at the Ministry of Information and Culture, Vientiane, Lao PDR. (January, 2005).
  66. Yamaguchi, S., “Integrated Conservation Approach: Comparative analysis between Shirakawa-mura, Japan and Luang Prabang, People’s Democratic Republic of Laos”, Presented at the 3rd Great Asian Street Symposium, Singapore, (December, 2004).
  67. Ooka, N., Yamaguchi, S., and Takada, J., “Construction of telecommunication network for rural development: Feasibility study of ICT application to the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang”, Presented at the 3rd Great Asian Street Symposium, Singapore, (December, 2004).
  68. 山口しのぶ, 「アジアにおける遠隔教育-同期型・非同期型手法のバランス」公開シンポジウム:市の国際交流を支援するネットワーク学習コミュニティーの形成に関する研究, 口頭発表,東京, (2004年12月)
  69. 山口しのぶ,「世界文化遺産地域における維持可能な開発手法に関する研究」第15回国際開発学会全国大会ポスターセッション報告,(2004年11月)
  70. 大岡信夫,山口しのぶ,高田潤一,「ルーラル地域開発のための情報通信基盤構築- ルアンパバーン(ラオス) の文化遺産地域開発におけるフィージビリティについて – 」第15回国際開発学会全国大会ポスターセッション報告, (2004年11月)
  71. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., and Ooka, N., “IT application to development of heritage site, Luang Prabang”, presented at World Urban Forum UNESCO seminar on Rivers and Urban Culture, Barcelona Forum, Barcelona, Spain. (September, 2004).
  72. Yamaguchi, S., Spreen, C.A., and Cheng, K.M., “Internationalization of Higher Education: its problems and prospects”, Oral Presentation, 48th Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society, Salt Lake City, USA. (March, 2004)
  73. 山口しのぶ,「世界文化遺産地域開発に関する調査・研究:ラオスを例題として」平成15年度国立民族学博物館共同研究会,口頭発表,(2004年2月)
  74. Yamaguchi, S., “Heritage and Poverty Alleviation: Integrated Conservation Approach”, Presented at the International Seminar on Fighting Poverty through Heritage, UNESCO Workshop, Luang Prabang, Lao PDR. (February, 2004)
  75. Yamaguchi, S., “Evaluation of Distance Learning and its Application to Educational Development Projects”, presented at UNESCO Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand. (February, 2004)
  76. 山口しのぶ,「世界文化遺産地域におけるIntegrated Conservation Approachの意義:アジアでの応用について」平成15年度国際開発高等教育機構フェロープログラム研究発表会,口頭発表,(December 2003)
  77. 山口しのぶ,「衛星講義配信に関する国際協力」平成15年度技術者養成に関する国際協力ユニット研究会,口頭発表,群馬大学工学部,(2003年12月)
  78. Yamaguchi, S., Wong,W., Kawathekar, V., Akagawa, N., Sweet, J., and Sirisrisak, T., “The Spirit of Recreation: towards an Integrated Conservation Management Plan”, presented at the 1st Field School, Asian Academy for Heritage Management, Macao. (December, 2003)
  79. Yamaguchi, S., Kojima, Y., Takada. J., and Nishi. K., “Integrated Conservation Approach: A case of Shirakawa-mura in Japan”, Oral Presentation, 7th International Symposium of the Organization of World Heritage Cities, Rhodes, Greece. (September, 2003)
  80. Yamaguchi, S. “Strategy to Promote Engineering Education via Tokyo Tech Office in Thailand”, The International Symposium on Building Global Competitiveness in Engineering Education. Tokyo, Japan. (September, 2003)
  81. Makoshi, N., Akama, H., Yamaguchi, S., and Mochizuki, M., “A Matrix-based Introduction of IT to the Interdisciplinary Association of Universities”, Oral Presentation, 4th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training, Marrakech, Morocco. (July, 2003)
  82. Yamaguchi, S., “Synchronous and Asynchronous Distance Education: e-Learning with Cultural Context”, Oral Presentation, 47th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, New Orleans, USA. (March, 2003)
  83. Yamaguchi, S., Miki, C., Niiyama, H., Nishihara, A., Nakayama, M., Takada, J., and Muta, H., “Human Resources Management with Information Technology: Simultaneous Satellite Lecture Provision between Tokyo Institute of Technology and Asian Institute of Technology”, Presented at the Regional Conference on GMS: Closing Gaps in the Digital Divide, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand. (February, 2003)
  84. Yamaguchi, S., “Technology for Community Capacity Building: Lessons from Case Projects”, presented at the International Symposium on Community Capacity Building and Social Justice”, Presented at Griffith University and Australian Catholic University, Sydney, Australia. (February, 2003)
  85. Yamaguchi, S., “Development of Synchronous and Asynchronous Distance Education: Collaborative Learning with Local Context”, Presented at the International Symposium on Distance Learning conducted at National Media Educational Development Center, Chiba, Japan. (October, 2002)
  86. Yamaguchi, S., “IT and Globalization of Higher Education: A Case of Tokyo Tech in Thailand”, Presented at the 9th International Conference on Learning, Beijing, China. (July, 2002)
  87. Yamaguchi, S., “Continuing Education in Knowledge Society: Roles and Future Agenda”, Presented at the Academy of Educational Administration, Beijing, China. (January, 2002)
  88. Yamaguchi, S., “Development Project Evaluation: Methodology and Practices”, Presented at the seminar conducted at the Japanese Embassy in Beijing, China. (December, 2001)
  89. Cheng, K.M., and Yamaguchi, S., “Where are we in e-learning?” Presented the Academy of National Administration, Beijing. (December, 2001)
  90. Cheng, K.M., and Yamaguchi, S., “HRD in 21st Century: Japan’s Contribution to Countries in Asia”, Oral Presentation, 11th World Congress of Comparative Education Society, Chongju, South Korea. (June, 2001)
  91. Yamaguchi, S., “History and Trend of Japanese Assistance in HRD and Education in Thailand and Indonesia from 1975 to1995”, Presented at the International Development Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan.(March, 2000)
  92. Yamaguchi, S., “Evaluation on School Mapping Exercise of Primary and Secondary Education in Tanzania”, Presented at the seminar organized by Global Link International, Tokyo, Japan. (September, 1999)
  93. Yamaguchi, S., “Regional Differences in Educational Development in China: Problems and Future Prospect”, Presented at the seminar organized by Center for Educational Research of the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. (August, 1997)
  94. Yamaguchi, S: “Evaluation on Village Based Schools in Mangochi in Malawi”, Presented at the seminar organized by the Save the Children, Connecticut, USA. (February, 1997)
  95. Duignan, P. and Yamaguchi, S: “Educational Reform in Mongolia: Educational, Structural and Administrative Implications”, Oral Presentation, ERA-AARE Joint Conference of Educational Research, Singapore, Singapore. (November, 1996)
  96. Yamaguchi, S: “Reform of Educational Finance System under Market Economy in China”, Presented in International Symposium on Market Economy and Educational Reform, Beijing, China. (November, 1994)
  97. Yamaguchi, S: “Sustainable Development and Basic Education”, Presented at the International Conference on Chinese Education for the 21st Century, organized by Shanghai Institute of Human Resource Development, Shanghai, China.(August, 1994)
  98. Bundii, N., Duignan, P., Yamaguchi, S., “Reform of Educational Administration in Mongolia during the Transition from Socialism to Democracy”, Presented at the seminar on Mongolian HRD Master Plan organized by the Ministry of Science and Education of Mongolia and the Asian Development Bank, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. (March, 1994)
  99. Yamaguchi, S: “Emergency Assistance in Education during the Post-War Period in Rwanda”, Presented at the International Conference on Humanitarian Assistance for Rwanda organized by the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland. (August, 1994)

著書

  1. Yamaguchi, S., Takada, J., and Enomoto, E. “Comparative analysis on transversal skills in educational policies in 10 countries in Asia: Case of Japan”, submitted to UNESCO Bangkok, pp. 1-102, Bangkok, Thailand. (2016)
  2. Yamaguchi, S., and Ueno, A. “Transforming Teaching and Learning in Japan” in Transforming Teaching and Learning in Asia and the Pacific: Case Studies from Seven Countries, submitted to UNESCO Bangkok, pp7-21, Bangkok, Thailand. (2015)
  3. 山口しのぶ, 「国際機関および大学は地球問題の解決のために何をしているのか?―情報通信技術と社会開発の融合を事例として」上村(編)『グローバル協力論入門』法律文化社,(2014年)
  4. 山口しのぶ,「教育と情報通信技術」勝間靖(編)『テキスト 国際開発論―貧困をなくすミレニアム開発目標へのアプローチ』ミネルヴァ書房,228-247頁,(2012年)
  5. 山口しのぶ,毛利勝彦,高等教育開発機構,「ケースで学ぶ国際開発,東信堂,(2011年) (共著)
  6. 山口しのぶ,「世界文化遺産地域におけるIntegrated Conservation Approachの意義:アジアでの応用について」平成15年度国際開発高等教育機構論文集,(2003年)
  7. Yamaguchi, S. “Grassroots Assistance Project in China”, The Electric Hallway, 2003 Cascade Center for Public Service, F96, Public Service for Curriculum Exchange, University of Washington’s Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs, Washington, USA. (2003)
  8. Cheng, K.M., and Yamaguchi, S: “Japanese ODA’s Impact on HRD: The Cases of Thailand and Indonesia”, International Development Research Institute, Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development. Tokyo, Japan. (2000)

国際開発プロジェクト

ユネスコ

  1. Development of Participatory Database and Comparative Analysis on 21st Century Skills in Educational Policies in 10 Countries in Asia: (2014-2016): 140,000 USD: In collaboration with UNESCO Regional Office for Education and UNESCO Regional Office for Science, conducted comparative analysis of 10 countries regarding 21st Century skills in education policies and practices. Produced synthesis report with skills mapping identifying similarities and differences among 10 countries. Funded by Ministry of Education, Sports, Culture, Science and Technology of Japan.

モンゴル

  1. Grassroots Partnership Project on Development of ICT Teacher Training Programs in Mongolia: (2012-2017): 1.3 million USD. In collaboration with Mongolian State University of Education and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, develop ICT-assisted teacher training materials in 8 subject areas with 30 topics. Developed materials are distributed to 765 schools in Mongolia, Development Assistance with Grassroots Partnership, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
  2. Application of Free and Open Source Software in developing countries (2012-2014): 35,000USD. Studied, tested and implemented potential FOSS for developing teaching materials for basic education using ICT. Worked with three provinces and capital city in Mongolia for its implementation. Funded by the Japan Society for Promotion of Science (MEXT).
  3. Development and Dissemination of Teacher Training Materials using ICT (2010-2012): 150,000 USD. Project covered four components: 1) development of teacher training VCD in six subjects (Mongolian Language, Mathematics, Man and Environment, Man and Society, Communication, Arts and Technology); 2) analysis on ICT policy of Mongolia 1996-2010; 3) evaluation of web-based teacher training; 4) Organization of teacher training in three provinces, and Ulaanbaatar. Funded by Ministry of Education, Sports, Culture, Science and Technology of Japan (MEXT)
  4. Research on Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in basic education in Asia (2009-2011): 40,000 USD. Analysis on use of FOSS in schools and educational management is conducted to identify factors to evaluate feasibility and sustainability. Cases of Mongolia, Vietnam, Thailand and Indonesia are used for evaluation. Funded by Japan Society of Promotion of Science (JSPS).
  5. Fast Track Initiatives (FTI)-ICT Monitoring and Evaluation (2007-2008): 200,000 USD, FIT project in Mongolia conducted training on ICT use in primary schools in Mongolia. Monitoring and evaluation was conducted covering 800 teachers (for written questionnaires) and with monitoring visits to five provinces (Selenge, Bayankhongor, Zavkhan, Bayan-Ulgi, Omunogobi) and Ulaanbaatar. Funded by the World Bank-Caritas foundation.
  6. Training Needs Assessment for School Principals in Mongolia (2008): 50,000 USD. In collaboration with UNESCO Beijing, participated in training needs assessment, covering 6 aimags and 2 cities (30% of entire primary and secondary schools). Funded by UNESCO Beijing.
  7. Sustainability analysis on educational development projects in Mongolia (2007): 85,000 USD. Under the assistance of Asia/Pacific Cultural Center for UNESCO, conducted field study in Bayankhongor and Zavkhan aimags on sustainability of educational development project in Mongolia.
  8. UN Human Security Funds (UNHSF) project “Rehabilitation of Boarding Schools and Provision of Refresher Training Course for Headmasters and Teachers in the Dzud affected Gobi Desert Provinces in Mongolia” (2004-2007). 100,000 USD (sub-contract from UNESCO). Conducted feasibility study for introducing applicable distance learning materials for training of school principals and teachers in rural Mongolia, in collaboration with UNESCO Beijing office and UNCEF. Produced VCD training materials (12 subjects), radio programs (6 subjects) as well as guidelines for teachers and school principals with Mongolian State University of Education.
  9. Training Needs Assessment for Educational Administrators in Mongolia (1993): Conducted needs assessment for training for educational administrators for central, aimag and school level. Based on the result of needs assessment, training modules were planned and implemented in collaboration with UNESCO and Australian International Development Agency.
  10. Master Plan for Education and Human Resources Sectors (1993-1994): Under the assistance of Asian Development Bank, as an Education Program Office of UNESCO, participated in the first phase of Master Plan for Education and Human Resources Sectors in Mongolia.

ラオス

  1. Study on Mobile Learning Behavior on University Students in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR. (2011-2016): 120,000 USD. Investigated, identified and developed mobile learning application to raise awareness of preservation among residents in world heritage site of Luang Prabang. Application was launched in October, 2014. Co-organized with Department of World Heritage, Luang Prabang Lao PDR. Funded by Japan Society for Promoting of Science (JSPS).
  2. GIS Use to Monitor Change in Landscape of Luang Prabang, (2009-2011): 150,000 USD. Study and development of Geographical Information System (GIS) prototype to evaluate landscape changed in the world heritage site of Luang Prabang, Lao PDR. Conducted human resources development at the Department of World Heritage. Training to develop base map and prototype has been provided to local ICT team. Japan Society of Promotion of Science (JSPS).
  3. Application of ICT to promote regional development in world heritage sites in Lao PDR. (2003-2007): 350,000 USD. In collaboration with Ministry of Information and Culture and UNESCO World Heritage Center, establish ICT center to promote ICT use in the world heritage site of Luang Prabang in Laos. Based on feasibility study, heritage database was created with training of local engineers using free and open software to promote local tourism and involvement of local communities to preserve heritage sites. 53-weeks of training was planned and conducted in local sites. Funded by Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS).
  4. Investigation and Application of Integrated Conservation Approach (2003-2005): 85,000 USD. In collaboration with UNESCO Bangkok, took a study on Integrated Conservation Approach in Italy and Japan. Compared challenges faced by two world heritage sites of Shirakawa-go (Japan) and Alberobello (Italy). Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS).
  5. Study of Integrated Conservation Approach (2002): 40,000 USD. Worked with ICCROM (International Center for Conservation and Rehabilitation of Cultural Property) to conduct analysis of integrated conservation approach to world heritage site in Europe. Funded by Foundation for Advanced Studies in International Development (FASID).

中国

  1. Application of ICT and World Heritage and Regional Development in China (2006-2007): Participating in collaboration research and project to develop sustainable preservation and development plan for the world heritage sites in China.  Conducted study on Integrated Conservation Approach of World Heritage Sites by introducing ICT technologies
  2. Monitoring and Evaluation of Japanese ODA Projects (2001-2002): 60,000USD. As an external evaluation expert of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, conducted field evaluation of Japanese ODA projects in China, in particular, in the areas of education and medical services. Funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  3. Training for teachers and school administrators in rural China (1993-1996): In charge of educational training project for school administrators and teachers of primary and secondary schools in China, in collaboration of Jiangsu Provincial Research Institute. Developed distance learning materials for training of teachers to promote the quality of rural schools.
  4. Project for promoting community participation to improve school quality in Gansu Province of China (1995).
  5. Decentralization of Higher Education of China (1991-1993): To promote decentralization of higher education in China, conducted training program for university administrators in five regions of China. Joint field assessment and monitoring took place with Ministry of Education of China to apply local conditions into regionalized training program to raise quality of research and education as well as management of higher education.
  6. Educational Finance in decentralized system (1993): Conducted joint field study with Shanghai HRD Institute in the area of educational finance in newly decentralized education system in rural China (primary and secondary schools).
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