The Annual Conference and Research Project Conference are core events of the association, each held once a year. The Annual Conference is attended by about 600 participants from all over Japan, and the Research Project Conference is attended by about 400 participants, mainly association members.
At the Annual Conference, there are "free research presentations" as well as joint presentations focusing on specific topics. Round tables are held in a format of interactive discussion with participants. Our association's round tables take a unique approach which has played a role anticipating the direction of university education in Japan.
Other events include a keynote address, symposiums, and workshops, and participants can gather valuable information on current issues.
Members can make free research presentations and plan round tables. Non-members can participate in the Annual Conference, including free research presentations and round tables. A wide range of people interested in university education participate, not just people involved with universities.
Research Project Conferences are meetings focused on lectures and symposiums. Aside from a keynote address and symposiums planned by the hosting school, there are also symposiums relating to research projects of the association.
Anyone can apply to participate in a Research Project Conference. A wide range of people interested in university education participate, not just people involved with universities.