We are proud to work with Kyoto University on signing an open access deal.
Yu Sasaki, Research Administrator at Kyoto University said: “Open Scholarship is critical to Japan’s ongoing efforts at digital transformation. By making them widely available, open access books not only enable broadening readership but also contribute to boost interest in the social sciences and the humanities. We hope the open access books will continue to inspire researchers as well as funders”
Open access means rapid publication, with increased visibility and discoverability. This research is available to anyone to read for free, around the world.
All titles on this post have been written by researchers from Kyoto University and include titles in Behavioral Sciences, Humanities & Media Arts and the Social Sciences. They are available to read under the CC-BY-NC-ND license.
Analytical Psychology in a Changing World
Read Chapter 19: Big Stories and Small Stories in the Psychological Relief Work after the Earthquake Disaster
Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Japan
Read Chapter 2: Historical overview of curriculum organisation and Chapter 5: Historical overview of lesson study
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