Sho SATO

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Name
Sho SATO
Nickname
min2fly
Affiliation
Doshisha University
Section
Center for License and Qualification
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
MLIS(University of Tsukuba), Ph.D (Library and Information Science)(University of Tsukuba)
Research funding number
90707168
Twitter ID
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Sho Sato obtained Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) in 2010 from University of Tsukuba, Ph.D (Library and Information Science) in 2013 from University of Tsukuba and now is an assistant professor in Doshisha University.

He specializes in open access, academic libraries, scholarly communication, and bibliometrics.

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2018
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Today
Associate Professor, Center for License and Qualification, Doshisha University
 
Apr 2018
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Today
Program Officer, Research Promotion Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology-Japan
 
Apr 2015
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Mar 2018
Assistant Professor, Center for License and Qualification, Doshisha University
 
Apr 2013
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Mar 2015
Assistant Professor, Department of Education and Culture, Faculty of Social Studies, Doshisha University
 
Apr 2011
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Mar 2013
非常勤講師, 八洲学園大学 生涯学習学科
 
Apr 2011
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Jul 2011
ティーチング・フェロー(TF), 筑波大学大学院図書館情報メディア研究科
 
Jul 2010
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Today
Research Assistant, Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, University of Tsukuba
 
Apr 2010
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Today
Graduate Students (Doctor course), Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, University of Tsukuba
 
Apr 2008
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Mar 2010
Graduate Students (Master course), Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, University of Tsukuba
 

Awards & Honors

 
Mar 2010
研究科長表彰, 筑波大学大学院図書館情報メディア研究科
 
Dec 2009
DRF International Conference 2009 Best Poster Award
Winner: Sho SATO, Yuji NONAKA, Masato ONISHI, Hiroshi ITSUMURA
 
Jun 2009
最優秀ポスター発表, 情報メディア学会
Winner: 岡部晋典, 佐藤翔
 
Mar 2008
学群長表彰, 筑波大学図書館情報専門学群
 

Published Papers

 
Sho SATO, Chihiro KUSUMOTO, Ryo HATTORI, Maki OSUGA, Risa ASAI, Mao KONO, Ryona KUYAMA
Journal of Japan Society of Information and Knowledge   28(3) 223-252   Sep 2018   [Refereed]
The purpose of this study is to clarify the impact of the fact that “the information source is Wikipedia” on Japanese students’ credibility judgments of articles in encyclopedias. Six entries in Wikipedia Japanese edition and ENCYCLOPEDIA NIPPONIC...
Sho Sato, Yukari Eto, Kotomi Iwaki, Tadashi Oyanagi, Yu Yasuma
9th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML 2017)      May 2017   [Refereed]
We performed an eye-tracking experiment in a public library with 11 participants, using a wearable eye-tracker to gain more understanding of user gaze behavior and factors affecting that behavior. The experiment was conducted at the Ebina City Mai...
Sho SATO, Mitsuo YOSHIDA
Joho Chishiki Gakkaishi   27(1) 23-42   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
This study clarifies the availability of altmetrics for 1,080,840 articles published in Japanese society journals between 2006 and 2015 using two altmetrics services; Ceek.jp Altmetrics and Altmetric. Only about two to three percent of articles we...
Shoko Nakahata, Emiko Sakamoto, Akiho Oda, Noriko Kobata and Sho Sato
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology   53(1) 1-4   Oct 2016   [Refereed]
This study explores the effect of color of book cover and typeface of title and author name on human gaze behavior while browsing bookshelves. An eye-tracking experiment was performed with 23 participants, using a wearable eye-tracker and 96 books...
HARADA, Takashi and NAKAJIMA, Sachiko and SATO, Sho and YANO, Marimi
Proceedings of IFLA WLIC 2016      Aug 2016   [Refereed]
The purpose of the study described here is to develop an e-learning system called NDC-trainer to be used for library classification training. This system gives LIS students the ability to practice creating proper book classification numbers by con...
Sho SATO, Mao UEDA, Aya KIHARA, Shiori NARUMIYA, Sayaka HAYASHI, Mami MORITA
Journal of Information Processing and Management   58(12) 908-918   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
This study clarifies the online availability of 1,209,674 articles published in Japanese society journals between 2002 and 2013. The study consists of three sections; 1) link analysis of CiNii Articles, 2) comparing investigation with J-STAGE and ...
Haruki Ono, Ayako Tokumitsu, Kanako Shimoyama, Sho Sato
Proceedings of the 6th international conference on asia - pacific library and information education and practice   367-374   Oct 2015   [Refereed]
Library cooperation is being attempted by many school libraries in Japan. It is possible for high school libraries to cooperate with public libraries, university libraries and other school libraries. However, it is not clear ...
Sachiko Nakajima, Takashi Harada, Sho Sato, Marimi Yano
Proceedings of 2014 IIAI 3rd International Conference on Advanced Applied Informatics   539-540   Sep 2014   [Refereed]
The purpose of this study is the development of educational software for a library classification training system in the LIS program. This system provides LIS students with support in practicing how to construct class numbers for books. They can u...
Keita Tsuji, Fuyuki Yoshikane, Sho Sato, Hiroshi Itsumura
Proceedings of 2014 IIAI 3rd International Conference on Advanced Applied Informatics   76-79   Sep 2014   [Refereed]
We propose a method to recommend books
through machine learning modules based on several features, including library loan records. We evaluated the most effective
method among ones using (a) a Support Vector Machine (SVM), (b) Random Forest and (c...
Keita Tsuji, Nobuya Takizawa, Sho Sato, Ui Ikeuchi, Atsushi Ikeuchi, Fuyuki Yoshikane, Hiroshi Itsumura
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences(3rd International Conference on Integrated Information (IC-ININFO))   147 478-486   Aug 2014   [Refereed]
In order to show the effectiveness of using (a) library loan records and (b) information about book contents as a basis for book recommendations, we entered various data into a support vector machine (SVM), used it to recommend books to subjects, ...
Atsuyuki Morishima,Tomita Shiori,Takanori Kawashima,Takashi Harada, Norihiko Uda, Sho Sato, Yukihiko Abematsu
iConference 2014 Proceedings   177-191   Mar 2014
Because there is no perfect technique for automatic identification of bibliographic records, cleaning the identification results manually is indispensable. However, to recruit human resources for the task is often difficult. This paper discusses a...
Effectiveness of Using Library Loan Records and Bibliographic Information for Book Recommendation
Keita TSUJI, Nobuya TAKIZAWA, Sho SATO, Ui IKEUCHI, Atushi IKEUCHI, Fuyuki YOSHIKANE, Hiroshi ITSUMURA
Nippon Association for Librarianship   65(4) 253-267   Nov 2013   [Refereed]
Sato, Sho; Kamio, Ayako; Itsumura, Hiroshi
Library and Information Science   (68) 23-53   Dec 2012   [Refereed]
Purpose: This paper explores the roles of institutional repositories (IRs) for Japanese psychologists by analyzing their awareness of IRs, article deposition into and article acquisition from IR, and other possible factors that might have impacts ...
SANNAMI Chihomi; OCHIAI Yoichi; IKEYA Chinatsu; SATO Sho; ITSUMURA Hiroshi
Library, Information and Media Studies   10(1) 47-56   Sep 2012   [Refereed]
In this paper, the authors reports on science communication using ICT adopting AISAS theory on a trial basis,to verify the validity of marketing theory in science communication. The authors adopted AISAS theory because it is able to use AISAS proc...
Tsuji, Keita; Kuroo, Erika; Sato, Sho; Ikeuchi, Ui; Ikeuchi, Atsushi; Yoshikane, Fuyuki; Itsumura, Hiroshi
Proceedings of the 3rd IIAI International Conference on e-Services and Knowledge Management (IIAI ESKM 2012)   30-35   Sep 2012   [Refereed]
ISHIDA Hisashi, ZEMPO Keiichi, UEMICHI Akane, MATSUBARA Yu, HANYU Koji, OZAWA Maisaki, AMANO Chie, ENOKIDA Tsubasa, SATO Syo, NISHIURA Minako, AKASE Naoko, SANNAMI Chihomi, ITSUMURA Hiroshi, YAMADA Nobuhiro
Japanese Journal of Science Communication   11 63-73   Jun 2012   [Refereed]
In the last decade, scientists are expected to present their researches. It is symbolized as the term: "science communications" and "inter-discipline communications." We suggest and explain "Presentation Competition of Graduate Students" (PCGS). I...
Sho SATO, Hiroshi Itsumura
Library, Information and Media Studies   9(1) 51-64   Nov 2011   [Refereed]
As more papers have become open access through the institutional repositories and other ways, not only researchers and students, but also lay people have gained a greater opportunity to access those papers and use the papers for non-academic activ...
Sho SATO, Yuko NAGAI, Takashi KOGA, Kenichi MISUMI, Hiroshi ITSUMURA
Journal of Japan Society of Information and Knowledge   21(3) 383-402   Sep 2011   [Refereed]
To evaluate how the deposition of journal articles in Institutional Repositories (IRs) affects the number of citations and e-journal usage, we placed some articles published in Zoological Science in two Japanese IRs and collected their usage data ...
Yukinori OKABE, Sho SATO, Hiroshi ITSUMURA
Joho Chishiki Gakkaishi   21(3) 333-349   May 2011   [Refereed]
Open access movement is a hot issue in a recent Library and Information Science. This article analyzed 'the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI),' which triggered the open access movement. First, this article introduced the foundation, 'the Open...
Tsuji, Keita; Kuroo, Erika; Sato, Sho; Ikeuchi, Ui; Ikeuchi, Atsushi; Yoshikane, Fuyuki; Itsumura, Hiroshi
Proceedings of the International Conference on Integrated Information (IC-ININFO 2011)   4   2011   [Refereed]
To show the effectiveness or limitation of using library loan records for book recommendation, we implemented the collaborative filtering system (henceforth LLR system) which is similar to that of Harada & Masuda (2010) and compared its performanc...

Misc

 
Chifumi NISHIOKA, Akihiro KAMEDA, Sho SATO
2019-CH-120(5) 1-8   May 2019
How People Use NDL search with access ppoints: Usage log analysis of NDL search
Sho SATO
TP&D Forum Series: Technical Processing & Documentation Forum Series   26 3-11   Dec 2017
This study clarifies how people use NDL search with each access points based on the usage logs of NDL search. The research period was from June to November 2015. The results showed that: (1) most users searched by title when using advanced search ...
Sho SATO, Mitsuo YOSHIDA
Current Awareness   332(CA1898) 8-12   Jun 2017   [Invited]
Sho SATO
The Journal of Information Science and Technology Association   66(3) 97-140   Mar 2016   [Invited]
Although peer review is the core distinguishing feature of the modern scholarly communication, the feature has not worked today because there are too many researchers and articles for the capacity of the system. As a result, new issues such as abs...
Sho Sato, Minako Nishiura, Yuko Nagai, Hiroshi Itsumura
Doshisha Journal of Library and Information Science   25 20-37   Dec 2015
Sho SATO
Journal of Information Processing and Management   57(9) 607-617   Dec 2014   [Invited]
Sho SATO
Journal of Information Processing and Management   56(12) 885-888   Mar 2014   [Invited]
Sho SATO
The Journal of Information Science and Technology Association   63(12) 492-498   Dec 2013   [Invited]
It has been difficult for us to gather library-related information in full detail because the number of library official blogs and librarians using Twitter has been increasing and they publish too much information. In this situation, it is importa...
Sho SATO
Journal of Information Processing and Management   56(7) 414-424   Oct 2013   [Invited]
This article overviews the background and the history of the open access (OA) movement, and summarizes current issues of OA. It has been revealed that Gold OA is sustainable business model. Whereas Green OA with institutional repositories has not ...
Sho SATO
The Journal of Information Science and Technology Association   63(2) 51-56   Feb 2013   [Invited]
With the growth of e-resources including e-journals, the log analysis has increasingly been used as a valid research method. Although it is useful to grasp (understand) the user behaviors that analyzing the usage log data with its comprehensive re...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Yukinori Okabe, Takashi Harada, Sho Sato, Kengo Akashi, Yui Fujita, Shiori Okamoto, Megumi Natsuake
IFLA 84th World Library and Information Congress   26 Aug 2018   
2018.8.26-27
Ui Ikeuchi, Takashi Harada, Sho Sato, Yukinori Okabe, Hiroshi Itsumura
European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL) 2017   19 Sep 2017   
Takashi Harada, Sho Sato, Sakura Yasuda, Hitomi Tomita, Mika Yokozeki, Eiko Horii, Miki Hori
IFLA World Library and Information Congress 83rd IFLA General Conference and Assembly   21 Aug 2017   
Takurou Kawamura, Kenichi Igarashi, Hiroshi Kato, Akira Maeda, Toshihiro Aoyama, Kazutsuna Yamaji, Sho Sato
Open Repositories 2015   9 Jun 2015   Indiana University Bloomington Libraries, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, and Virginia Tech University Libraries
The system can divide into two major components. One is the log repository which collects filtered access logs from Japanese IRs as data source. Unprocessed logs are filtered based on COUNTER-like processing such as robots exclusion. The filtering...
Adoption of designated administrator system in public libraries and operating policies of libraries: A survey of guidelines for applicants of designated administrator
Satoko YAMASHITA, Sho SATO
Japan Society for Information and Media Studies   29 Jun 2013   Japan Society for Information and Media Studies
Sho SATO
Committee on Japanese Materials / North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Materials (NCC) Meetings in Tandem   21 Mar 2013   
I talked about my graduate research which is about the role of institutional repositories in Japan.
After that, based on the result of the research, I tried to re-envision librarian’s role in this digital era.
Mari SHIMIZU, Sho SATO, Hiroshi ITSUMURA
May 2012   
We analyzed the rate of Japanese journal articles archived in institutional repositories based on the data of Society Copyright Policies in Japan (SCPJ) database and CiNii. As a result of analysis, only about 0.9% of Japanese journal articles publ...
Sho SATO
The 5th SPARC Japan Seminar 2011   Feb 2012   SPARC Japan
We analyze and report the PLoS ONE articles written by Japanese authors belong to Japanese research and educational institutions by using Web of Science and comparing the results with other journal articles in the same fields. According to the inc...
Sho SATO, Mitsuo YOSHIDA, Takamasa AMBIRU, Hiroshi ITSUMURA
19th annual meeting of Japan Society of Information and Knowledge   May 2011   Japan Society of Information and Knowledge
To reveal the validity of Wikipedia as a gateway of information seeking activities, we examined more than 1,190,000 external links embedded in Japanese Wikipedia to see if there were any dead links or access problems. As a result of analysis, the ...
Sho Sato; Minako Nishiura; Hiroshi Itsumura; Tomomi Mitsuishi; Mizuki Oka; Yasuhiro Hashimoto; Myeong-Hee Lee
2010 International Symposium on the Transformation and Innovation of Library and Information Science   Nov 2010   Graduate Institute of Library and Infromation Studies, National Taiwan Normal University; Library Association of the Republic of China (Taiwan); Chinese Association of Library and Information Science Education
This paper reports the development of a platform called the pingpong platform with the aim of collecting and visualizing the information on human behavior and also the outcome of a series of design workshops held for trying out this platform. With...
Sho Sato; Mitsuo Yoshida
The 2010 CiSAP Colloquium on Digital Library Research   Nov 2010   CiSAP
To reveal from which country or region the users accessed articles and what their access paths were, we analyzed six Japanese Institutional Repositories’ (IRs) usage logs. According to the results, articles written in English were used by non-Japa...
Sho Sato, Yuko Nagai, Takashi Koga, Shigeki Sugita, Mika Saito, Hiroshi Itsumura
IFLA Satellite Pre-Conference, Open Access to Science Information: Trends, Models and Strategies for Libraries   Aug 2010   IFLA Sections: Science and technology Libraries, Health and Biosciences Libraries
安蒜孝政, 市村光広, 佐藤翔, 寺井仁, 松村敦, 宇陀則彦, 逸村裕
2010年日本図書館情報学会春期研究集会   May 2010   日本図書館情報学会
本研究の目的は電子情報環境下で育った世代に見られる情報探索行動の特徴を明らかにすることである。そのため、学生と図書館員を対象に課題実験を行い視線データ、パソコン操作ログなどを収集して両者の情報探索行動を比較した。実験結果から、学生と図書館員を比較すると学生はWikipediaを起点としたWeb閲覧をおこなうこと、書架に出た際には視線を向ける場所が定まっていないこと、図書の選定時には請求記号ではなくタイトルを見ていること等が示された。
佐藤翔
金沢大学創基150年記念「講演・シンポジウム」シリーズ(特別回) / 平成21年度金沢大学附属図書館シンポジウム / DRF-KanNihonkai 「大学図書館のミッションと機関リポジトリ:環日本海域からの情報発信」   Feb 2010   金沢大学附属図書館
Sho SATO, Hiroshi ITSUMURA
DRFIC2009   Dec 2009   Digital Repository Federation, SPARC Japan
The authors analyzed usage logs of WPs in Hitotsubashi University Repository and Academic Research Repository at the Institute of Developing Economies to reveal RePEc’s impact on the use of WPs in institutional repositories. The analysis revealed ...
Sho SATO, Yuji NONAKA, Masato ONISHI, Hiroshi ITSUMURA
DRFIC2009   Dec 2009   Digital Repository Federation, SPARC Japan
To better understand the current status of institutional repository usage, the authors analyzed relationships between the use of content and user domains, types of referrals, and content attributes in four institutional repositories: Hokkaido Univ...
佐藤翔, 逸村裕, 山村高淑, 岡本健
第57回日本図書館情報学会研究大会   Oct 2009   日本図書館情報学会
本研究では機関リポジトリでよく利用されるコンテンツの特徴を明らかにすることを目的に、北海道大学の「メディアコンテンツとツーリズム研究」関連文献を中心に北海道大学、京都大学、筑波大学の高頻度利用文献のアクセスログを分析した。結果から、高頻度利用文献はサーチエンジンから恒常的にアクセスを集めるものとマスメディアに取り上げられ一時的に多くのアクセスを得るものに大別できた。また、それら以外にブログやweb掲示板が大きく影響する場合もあることを示した。

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