Background and Effect
“Event Reception App” used in the event
Yokoyama then considered the introduction of a data utilization tool which can be used by students over the course of seminars. This led to a decision to adopt Platio, a no-code, fully-supported tool that can be handled even by students without IT expertise.
In the hands-on learning experience, students with no programming experience produced an “Event Reception App” with Platio in just one hour. The app created digital tickets and enabled smooth reception for about 100 participants by simply scanning QR code. The elimination of paper tickets also led to the reduction of printing and delivery costs. The practical experience of creating and operating an app at events gave students a chance to identify operational issues and propose improvements.
Asteria will strive to contribute to the development of IT human resources at educational institutions in response to the implementation of mandatory programming in Japan’s elementary, junior high and senior high schools.
[Overview of “Event Reception App” Built by Students]
|Automatically sends ticket with QR code to visitors||Scans QR code with the app||View attendee data|
Messages from Users in Yokoyama Seminar at Chiba University of Commerce
With Platio, students were able to experience both “data utilization,” as event applicant data is used in an app, and “digital promotion,” in which paper is replaced with an app. It was a very meaningful experience for them to identify on-site issues on their own, create the app, and learn about its effect. In addition, the experience of revamping the app through a PDCA cycle is truly practical education that’s instrumental in accelerating DX and adjusting to on-site changes. I believe that this will definitely be useful not only in the IT industry, but also in any profession.
Lecturer of Faculty of Service Innovation at Chiba University of Commerce
Since we had no experience in app development, we were worried about whether or not we would be able to use it, but Platio is really easy to use. Even when we had trouble designing things like sending e-mails or generating QR codes, we could refer to the templates, which makes work smooth. We would like to try our hand at creating different apps in the future.
Asuka Mori, Seiki Kamada and Shota Nagasaki
Students from Yokoyama’s seminar which belongs to Faculty of Service Innovation at Chiba University of Commerce
*2: “Survey on IT personnel demand and supply” released by the Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry: www.meti.go.jp/policy/it_policy/jinzai/houkokusyo.pdf (in Japanese only)
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