September 2, 2008

Mitsuyuki Inaba

inaba.jpg Mitsuyuki Inaba (Professor, Graduate School of Policy Science, Ritsumeikan University; Associate Member, Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition, University of California, San Diego)

Group leader of the Web Technology Group in the Digital Humanities Center for Japanese Arts and Culture, Ritsumeikan University. My current research interests include Semantic Web, Network Science, and Learning Science.


Selected Publications:
Book Chapters:
• Inaba, M., "Internet Community," Murayama, H., and Kawaguchi, K. (Ed.), Basics and Approaches to Policy Science, MINERVA Text Library, May 2004, pp. 326-338.
• Inaba, M., "The Internet," Yamaguchi, Y., and Shibata, H. (Ed.), An approach to Policy Science, MINERVA Text Library, Sep. 1999, pp. 217-225.

• Saito, S. and Inaba, M: "Archiving Knowledge in Regions - Development of Japanese Cultural Archives through Collaborative Construction of Narratives," IPSJ SIG Technical Report, 2008-CH-078(9), May. 2008, pp. 61-68
• Inaba, M.: "Enhancing Critical Thinking Disposition among College Students through the Collaborative Construction of Learning Materials on the CSCL Environment," Policy Science, Vol.14, No. 3, March 2007, pp. 13-24.
• Inaba, M.: "Possibility of Collaborative Learning Activity mediated by Computer Game," Proceedings of JASAG National Conference Autumn 2006, Kyoto, Japan, Nov. 10-12, 2006, pp. 3-8.
• Inaba, M.: "A CSCL Environment that Promotes Metacognition among Learners in the Community of Practice," Proceedings of 5th International Conference of the Cognitive Science, Vancouver, British Columbia Canada, Jul. 26, 2006, pp. 121-122.
• Inaba, M. : "Building Collaborative Learning Community through Regional Digital Archives," Proceedings of CEC Advanced IT Application and Education Symposium in Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan, Oct. 2005, pp.33-34.
• Inaba, M., Ohno, S., and Hosoi, K., "A study on the CSCL system that enables annotation activities to the slide-based learning materials on the Web," Ritsumeikan Higher Educational Studies, No. 5, Jun. 2005, pp. 17-31.
• Kojima, K., Akama, R., Hachimura K., Seo N., Nagamura, G., Kaneko, T., Shigeta, M., and Inaba, M., "Supporting Technologies for Digital Archives - The Development and Use of Digital Contents for Noh Play, The Proceedings of Digital Contents Symposium 2005, May 25-27 2005.
• Saito, S., and Inaba, M., "Research on Collaborative Development of Digital Archives for Narratives in the Local Community," Art Research, No. 5, Mar. 2005, pp. 49-58.

My message is:
I very much appreciate this opportunity to exchange opinions on how Web technology, especially the one, quickly diversifying, that allows users to participate, can contribute to the development of digital humanities.