—The study in this article aims to draw scholarly
information communication of designers of in-service courses. In
Japan, the system of periodical compulsory training for
in-service teachers was introduced. These trainings were
designed by local universities. Then, the author collected
scholarly papers with open source options deployed in Google
Scholar, and introduced into social graph analysis by using
reference lists in papers. In addition, the author introduced
extensive analyses. As result, there is limited relationships
among extracted papers. 34.5% of papers reported about
specific subject areas, and there was limited cases to report
commonly happen events. It was proposed that method of
academic communication should be developed to share common
interests over the difference of personal academic field.
—In-service training, open source, scholarly
papers, social graph.
M. Yoshida is with Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Chiba University, Chiba, Japan (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: Masami Yoshida, "Study on Dissemination of Scholarly Papers with Open Source Options about Regional in-Service Courses," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 6, no. 7, pp. 550-554, 2016.