10th International
Conference on
Teaching Statistics
8 – 13 July 2018
Kyoto, Japan
Full topic list
This is a session of Topic 1: Statistics education: Looking back, looking forward


Session 1I (Tuesday 10th, 11:00–12:30)

The significance of establishment of Japanese Inter-organizational Network for Statistics Education


Organizer

Session chair: Tomoyuki Higuchi

Abstract

Japanese Inter-university Network for Statistical Education (original JINSE) was founded in 2012, based on a support by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). It was a network of eight universities, with collaborated by six academic societies and eight organizations related to statistics, such as Keidanren, Bank of Japan, etc. As the support by MEXT ended in April 2017, JINSE member universities started an extended JINSE to share our experience with more educational institutions in Japan. We will describe the backgrounds of JINSE and discuss our future plan to enhance statistics education in Japan.


Papers

PaperTitlePresenter / Co-author(s)
1I1The role of Japanese Inter-organizational Network for Statistics Education (JINSE)Yasuto Yoshizoe (Japan)
1I2New undergraduate departments and programs of data science in JapanAkimichi Takemura (Japan)
1I3Challenges in developing real-world data driven business environment to create new business model and practice for data scientists in artificial intelligenceTakuya Kudo (Japan)
Matsui Kenichi (Japan)
Michael Munn (United States)
Michiko Watanabe (Japan)
Ozlem Celik-Tinmaz (United States)
Shun Yoshida (Japan)