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FUJITSU SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL JOURNAL (FSTJ)

FUJITSU Scientific & Technical Journal (FSTJ) is published quarterly by FUJITSU LIMITED to introduce the FUJITSU Group's research and development activities, products, and solution services.

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Special Issue: Education Solutions

2015-1 (Vol.51, No.1)

This special issue describes the latest developments in the field of formal education and introduces Fujitsu's efforts in developing new businesses with public libraries, its global activities centered about museum and student-support solutions, and its approach to developing various other education-related technologies. Fujitsu is committed to expanding its activities in the field of education, and to this end, we will continue our aggressive efforts in assessing customer needs and in creating new value in collaboration with our customers while anticipating the direction of educational reform in Japan.



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PDF Preface

Hirofumi Gouda

Corporate Executive Advisor

Fujitsu has proclaimed its aim of "shaping the learning journey of future generations together with champions of education" as its brand promise in the field of education. We have undertaken various activities in the field of education to back up this promise. In higher education, we have been providing solutions to achieve labor-saving and efficient school operations, improve student services, create an optimal education and research environment, etc. Going forward, we would like to add to those services by providing solutions targeting the essence of education such as "quality assurance in education," "development of basic skills essential for members of society," and "development of global human resources." We plan to achieve these solutions by analyzing and applying the huge amount of data accumulated through the course of education, research, and university operations. In K-12 education, we welcome the coming of an era of "one information terminal per student" and plan to contribute to the firm establishment of basic academic abilities through the use of ICT and the provision of individualized instruction that respects the diversity of each and every student.

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