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Results of Introducing COIL into Course Subjects

 

Linking with Partner Universities in the U.S.

Dates(Periods) Undergraduate/Graduate School, etc. Course Names Online Partners
February 28, 2022 The Graduate School of Integrated Pharmaceutical and Nutritional Sciences
Graduate School Special Lecture
University of California, Davis
January 17, 2022 The School of Nursing Seminar in Nursing Boston College , etc.
October–December 2021 The School of International Relations Seminar (Japanese Language) The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
July 14, 2021 The School of Nursing Practice in Nursing Focus (Global Health Nursing) University of Portland, etc.
July 13, 2021 The School of Nursing Global Health and Disaster Nursing University of Portland
June 30, 2021 The Graduate School of Integrated Pharmaceutical and Nutritional Sciences Advanced Biometrics and Molecular Analysis
Advanced Medical Pharmacy
University of California, Davis
May–June 2021 The School of International Relations Seminar (Japanese Language) The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
April–May 2021 The School of International Relations Japanese Studies

Seminar (Medieval Japanese Literature)
Seminar (Modern Japanese Literature)
Gonzaga University
March–April 2021 The School of International Relations Seminar (Japanese Language) The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
January 19, 2021 The School of Nursing Global Health Nursing
Current Issues in Nursing Society
Graduate School Special Lecture
Boston College, etc.
October–December 2020 The School of International Relations Seminar (Japanese Language) The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
October–December 2020 The School of International Relations Japanese Studies B Gonzaga University
June 24, 2020 The Graduate School of Integrated Pharmaceutical and Nutritional Sciences Advanced Biometrics and Molecular Analysis
Advanced Medical Pharmacy
University of California, Davis
June 11, 2020
University-wide Common Course Japanology Marquette University, etc.
January–April 2020 The School of International Relations Selected Topics in Japanese B The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
November 14, 2019 The School of Nursing Current Issues in Nursing Society University of Portland, etc.
October–November 2019 The School of International Relations Japanese Studies B Gonzaga University
October–November 2019 The School of International Relations Seminar (Japanese Language) The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
July 9, 2019 The School of Nursing Global Health and Disaster Nursing University of Portland
June 13, 2019 University-wide Common Course Japanology University of California, Davis
June 12, 2019 The Graduate School of Integrated Pharmaceutical and Nutritional Sciences Advanced Biometrics and Molecular Analysis
Advanced Medical Pharmacy
University of California, Davis
January 21, 2019 The School of Nursing Global Health Nursing University of Portland

 

Non-U.S. Online Partners

Dates (Periods) Undergraduate/Graduate School, etc. Course Names Online Partners
May 12, 2022 The School of Nursing Graduation study Sophia University
March 8, 2022 The School of Nursing Special lecture Oregon Health & Science University
February 27, 2022 The School of Nursing Graduation study Oregon Health & Science University
January 2022
- February 2022
The School of
International Relations
Japanese Studies B Mie University
20January 12, 2022 University-wide Common Course Introduction to life ethics Mahidol University
December 20, 2021 The School of Nursing Seminar in Disaster Nursing Oregon Health & Science University
November 2021–February 2022 The School of
International Relations
Seminar(Intercultural Communications) The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
November 27, 2021 The School of Nursing Global Health Nursing Khon Kaen University
October2021–Decenber2021 The School of
International Relations
Selected Topics in Japanese B Oakland University
October2021–January 2022 The graduate school of
International Relations
Comparative Studies on Languages B University of Tsukuba
(Graduate School)
July 26, 2021
Auguest 2
The School of
International Relations
College Japanese A Mie University
July 16, 2021
July 23
July 30
The School of
International Relations
Japanese Studies A Mie University
July 14, 2021 The School of Nursing Practice in Nursing Focus (Global Health Nursing) Khon Kaen University

Dornogovi Medical School of the Mongolian
National University of Medical Sciences


Sophia University
May 25, 2021 The School of Nursing Practice in Nursing Focus (Global Health Nursing) Oregon Health & Science University
May 7, 2021 The School of Nursing Practice in Nursing Focus (Global Health Nursing) Oregon Health & Science University
March 9, 2021 The School of Nursing Global Health Nursing Oregon Health & Science University
February 26, 2021
March 14
The School of
International Relations
French Expression Charles de Ganle University
Lille III
February–July 2021 The School of
International Relations
French Conversation A Charles de Ganle University
Lille III
French IIIA
January–February 2021 University-wide
Common Course
TOEFL English for Studying Abroad II University of Auckland
January–February 2021 The School of
International Relations
The Graduate School of
International Relations
Selected Topics in Japanese B
Special Topics in Japanese Expressions
Mie University
January–February 2021 The School of
International Relations
Selected Topics in Japanese B University of Texas
January 2021 The Language
Communication
Research Center
English
Communication
Hiroshima University
January 19, 2021 The School of Nursing Global Health Nursing
Current Issues in Nursing Society
Graduate School Special Lecture
Dornogovi Medical School of the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences

Khon Kaen University

Sophia University
December 14, 2020 The School of Nursing Global Health Nursing Oregon Health & Science University
November 2020–February 2021 The School of
International Relations
Special Topics in Japanese Studies Oakland University
November 2020–January 2021 The School of
International Relations
Seminar (Intercultural Communications) The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
November 21, 2020
December 18
The School of
International Relations
French Expression EGC Martinique
October 13, 2020 The School of
International Relations
Seminar (Family/Gender Sociology) Sophia University

Ochanomizu University
July–August 2020 The School of
International Relations
College Japanese A Mie University
July 21, 2020 The School of Nursing Global Health and Disaster Nursing Portland State University
June 11, 2020 University-wide
Common Course
Japanology Sophia University
November 14, 2019 The School of Nursing Current Issues in Nursing Society Dornogovi Medical School of the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences


Sophia University
June 27, 2019 University-wide
Common Course
Japanology Sophia University
May 21, 2019 The School of Nursing Global Health and Disaster Nursing Oregon Health & Science University
October 30, 2018 The School of
International Relations
Seminar (Korean Politics/Diplomacy, Korean Society/Culture) Dongseo University
October 11, 2017 The School of
International Relations
Seminar (Korean Politics/Diplomacy, Korean Society/Culture) Yanbian University
November 7, 2016 The School of
International Relations
Seminar (Korean Politics/Diplomacy, Korean Society/Culture) Dongseo University
November 10, 2015 The School of
International Relations
Seminar (Korean Politics/Diplomacy, Korean Society/Culture) Yonsei University
October 27, 2014 The School of
International Relations
Seminar (Korean Politics/Diplomacy, Korean Society/Culture) Dongseo University
November 5, 2013 The School of
International Relations
Seminar (Korean Politics/Diplomacy, Korean Society/Culture) Yonsei University
November 6, 2012 The School of
International Relations
Seminar (Korean Politics/Diplomacy, Korean Society/Culture) Dongseo University
March 5, 2012 The School of
International Relations
(Korean Politics/Diplomacy, Korean Society/Culture) Dongseo University
Refer to the links in the table to see the class reports (some of them may not have a link).

You can also see some of the class reports below this table.

College Japanese A

We conducted interclass exchanges for about a week from the end of July to the beginning of August 2020 with the Mie University International Exchange Center when it held the opening course “Japanese Circumstances I: the Society and Culture of Mie.” We commented after watching the presentation of the online posters by international students at Mie University. Through this activity, we also considered Japanese expressions that international students use.

Global Health and Disaster Nursing

In July 2020, Ms. Masumi Lint, who works in the Department of International Exchange at Portland State University in Oregon, U.S., gave a speech titled “The Impacts of Covid-19.” She talked about the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in the U.S., the situation in Oregon, and the impact on jobs and families from the perspective of a Japanese person living in the U.S. Since Ms. Lint is also a graduate of the School of International Relations of our university, She also included a message to our students at the end.

Selected Topics in Japanese B

We had a Japanese class given by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on Tandem from January to April 2020. Japanese students paired up with American students and continued to interact personally for several months using their favorite platforms such as Skype and Line.

Japanese Studies B

We had an interclass exchange with students in the Japanese language class at Gonzaga University for about two months between October and November 2019. We shared our respective class assignments with videos and sent comments to each other.

Shooting a video of our students' presentation.
We presented it to Gonzaga University.

We conducted the exchange using the social learning system “flipgrid.”

Seminar (Japanese Language)

We had an interclass exchange with students in the Japanese class given by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte for about two months between October and November of 2019. We exchanged information about our shared tasks by e-mail and video, and both sides gave a presentation at the end.

Students of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte listened to the presentations of our students.

Conducted the exchange using the social learning system "flipgrid."

Feedback from the students who took the COIL classes

(The School of Nursing)
  • After listening to the opinions of the American students, I felt that there is not much difference in the job of nursing between Japan and the United States.
  • I found it beneficial to hear local responses directly to the questions raised on the spot.
  • I was able to learn the differences and similarities between the medical systems in Japan and the United States.
  • I appreciate that I had the opportunity to talk directly with American professors.
  • I was able to learn about the situation of refugees and their anguish, which is something that I could not imagine in Japan.

    (The Graduate School of Integrated Pharmaceutical and Nutritional Sciences)
    • I hope to study abroad after graduation, so it was encouraging for me to hear the story of a Japanese professor working overseas.
    • Although I found it difficult to understand the English lectures because the speakers used many technical terms, I developed a deeper understanding later when I received the explanations in Japanese.

      (The School of International Relations)
      • I had never been close to people in a foreign country like that, so it was a new and enjoyable experience for me.
      • I found it very amusing that the students at Gonzaga University who are studying Japanese and us who are studying English interacted with each other, while each tried to ensure that the other side could understand what they were saying as we spoke in each other's languages. I want to have deeper communication with them.
      • I am glad that I was able to interact with university students overseas. I also found out what my weaknesses are.
      • It was a great learning experience for me. It enabled me not only to learn the language but also to experience a different cultural. It was the first time that I participated in such an exchange, and it was interesting.
      • I would like to continue COIL if possible. My English ability has improved, and I have made friends.
      • It was interesting to see the reactions when the other side watched the presentation we had made, so if there is another opportunity in the future, I think it would be good if all the groups could see the other side's reactions.
      • I have always liked exchanging long comments, so I enjoyed the international exchange that I found was easy to do in a class setting.