Invited keynote speaker. International Conference on Intelligent Educationand Intelligent Research (IEIR), December 18-22, 2022, Wuhan city, China
Abstract: For researchers, reading scholarly publications is analogous to inhaling, while writing them is analogous to exhaling. Typically, reading existing literature on a topic is required prior to engaging in a scientific discussion on it. Therefore, a researcher's scholarly reading ability is a crucial factor in determining their research productivity and career success. This keynote will introduce "ResearchIC," a three-year research and development project funded by the JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Early Career Scientists. On the research side, ResearchIC will invite 100 educational researchers from around the world to share their techniques for locating, reading, and organizing scientific literature. In addition, it will create an educational research literature reading test (ERLRT) to measure a person's ability to read educational research literature. On the application side, the project has developed an open access platform (https://researchic.com) that enables researchers and research students in the field of education science to organize and participate in online journal club events as a means of developing better scholarly reading habits and skills. The ResearchIC project has the potential to benefit numerous researchers and research students in the education science community and beyond.