he dual structure comprising the III and GSII began its existence in the year 2000. It is a flexible network-like organization for graduate-level research and education that seeks to bind together the various fields of research related to “information” previously carried out separately in different departments of the University of Tokyo.
The educational goal of the department of Information Science is to develop human resources who can acquire basic techniques of computer science and play an important role utilizing the techniques in a wide range of fields including development or application of information technologies, or even monozukuri (manufacturing and making) and creative expression.
The Graduate School and the Faculty of Education conduct:
1.Research and training in educational studies at the graduate leves.
2.Undergraduate teaching in education.
3.Certification programs for secondary school teachers, adult education specialists and librarians.
4.In-service training for school teachers.
The College of Knowledge and Library Sciences investigates the process or systems of the accumulation and circulation of knowledge and information, through an understanding of humans, culture, society, and information technology.It also covers technologies that are included in these processes and are an important driving force of current social change.
In Human Information Department, with the aim of responding to the environment surrounding the information and information technology, in addition to learn of Library and Information Department of the human (psychology system) technology (ergonomics system), and "human science" as "information science" You can comprehensively learn things.
The School of Library and Information Science was opened in the spring of 1951 as a first formal college-level school for librarianship in Japan. It was assisted by the American Library Association and staffed by well qualified American instructors at the time of establishment. Dr. Robert L. Gitler was invited as the first director of the School.
In the Faculty of Media and Information Resources, students gain knowledge of how to use a variety of media and also develop practical skills in dealing with the latest digital techniques. The knowledge and skills for organizing information and techniques for transferring information through audio visual media will be useful in whichever field of work the students enter.
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