- 100-school Networking Project -
- Project Overview
Servers and client computers, which are installed at about 100 elementary,
junior high and senior high schools throughout Japan, are connected to
the Internet in order to provide an environment that permits joint classroom
exercises, information exchange and network conferencing through use of
the network. The software is also provided for enabling students to access
and send their information to libraries and schools throughout the world.
Voluntary activities planned by each member school using the provided environment
are supported and the common use plans established by the secretariat are
being promoted in order to test the education and study beyond restrictions
of the classroom and to verify the results obtained.
- Project Home
- Schools Home Pages
- Joint Usage Projects
- Project Report
- Case Study Reports(This report presented at a conference held in Ikebukuro,Tokyo
on March 9,1996)
- Information-technology Promotion Agency,
Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan(IPA) is a quasi-govermental
organization established in 1970 with its mission to promote information
technology and the industry. Its activities include survey and R&D
software technology,the promotion of the development and utilization of
computer programs and support for the information processing services industry.
- Center for Educational Computing
Center for Education Computing (CEC) was established in 1986 as a foundation
supported by the Ministry of Education,Science,Suports and Culture and
the Ministry of International Trade and Industry. Its activities include
the research and development on the basic computer system technologies
and the dissemination of educational computing to school in Japan.