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KEEP最新动态

KEEP最新资讯一概在此。探索KEEP平台的新功能、新用法。

未来活动

Esperanza
2021 Edventures GBA Summit
Join experts from around the world at the 2021 Edventures GBA Summit on 3 Nov (0930 - 1815 HKT) to learn the latest edtech trends and explore how:

·      technology can drive education innovation for all
·      edtech is transforming workforce development 
·      we can validate the efficacy of edtech solutions
·      private and philanthropic capital can be deployed to support edtech ventures
·    we can build a vibrant  education innovation ecosystem through cross-sector and cross-border partnerships

You will also learn the edtech market trends in China, Europe, India and the US, and receive a free edtech market report.
 
Twelve 2021 Edventures GBA Fellows will present their solutions. Check them out from this link. Matching services will be available if you are interested in partnership or investment opportunities with them.
 
The Summit is organised by the NGO Esperanza and co-created with Cyberport. Interested parties can attend either online or in-person. Admission is free, with an option to join the networking lunch at HK$50. For information and registration, please visit the Summit website. For enquiries, please contact Dezmond +852 9350 5548 or info@edventuresgba.com


3 Nov 2021, Wed
Cyberport
The Education University of Hong Kong
International Conference on Learning and Teaching 2021
The “International Conference on Learning and Teaching 2021” (ICLT2021) will be held on 8-10 December 2021 at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). The conference will comprise keynote speeches by internationally renowned scholars, symposium, doctoral consortium, and paper and poster presentations. It provides an interactive platform for academics, researchers, practitioners and professionals in the education sector to share innovative learning and teaching approaches in higher education, and exchange of good practices in learning and teaching in school education.

The theme for ICLT2021 is “Learning and Teaching for Future Readiness”. It welcomes submission of abstracts based on 6 main conference strands: (1) Virtual and Blended Teaching and Learning, (2) Quality in Higher Education Management, Teaching and Learning, (3) STEM Education and Artificial Intelligence Education, (4) Future Classroom and Next Generation Learning Environment, (5) Heritage and Museum Education, and (6) Positive and Values Education.
8 Dec 2021, Wed
The Education University of Hong Kong

最近活动

The University of Hong Kong
eteaching4u: Copyright, Creative Commons and Open Educational Resources in Virtual Instruction
Copyright is meant to encourage creativity by conferring exclusive rights on authors and enabling copyright owners to make profits by distributing or licensing copyright works. Nevertheless, in reality, the copyright regime is too complex and technical for a layman to comprehend. In virtual learning, teachers are creators as well as users of copyright materials.

There are burning questions regarding copyright issues in teaching and learning. For example, would it be copyright infringement when teachers and students include copyright works like images or music into their presentations, teaching/learning materials or social media? Who owns the copyright for contents created during learning activities? How can we creatively and ethically use copyright works?

We would like to discuss the potential and affordances of Creative Commons (CC), Open Educational Resources (OER) and CC/OER-enabled pedagogies with some examples in training. 

  • Copyright, OER and CC in teaching and learning
  • OER/CC adoption (e.g. how to search and adopt CC-licensed works)
  • OER/CC creation (e.g. deciding which CC licenses should be adopted)
  • OER/CC in general education, introductory courses and other courses
Through the training, participants can reflect on better practices and design considerations in CC/OER-enabled pedagogies. Upon completion, the participants will be able to:

  • Identify copyright owners and avoid infringement;
  • Identify the opportunities and challenges of adopting CC and OER in the curriculum; and
  • Use CC and OER to facilitate classroom learning and assessment.

Speakers
Ms Alice Suet Ching LEE is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Hong Kong, SFHEA (Senior Fellow of AdvanceHE), and convenor of the T&L Interest Group at the Faculty of Law. Associate Dean (Academic Affairs) from 2011 to 2020, she has received the University Distinguished Teaching Award and two Outstanding Teaching Awards from HKU, and a student-led Teaching Feedback Award. She chaired the HKU Teaching Exchange Fellowship Sub-group from 2017 to 2021, and led or joined a number of TDG projects including “Promoting Creative and Ethical Curriculum and Pedagogical Innovations through Copyright Education” (PI) and “Knowledge and Experience Generalisation through Daily Sharing by Legal Professionals to Break the ICE: Internationalisation, Common sense and Ethics education” (PI).

Dr. Leon Lei is currently an e-learning technologist in the University of Hong Kong (HKU). He received his Ph.D. degree in electrical and electronics engineering from HKU. He has been working on remote/blended/MOOC learning initiatives in higher education and K12 education. His research interests include learning analytics, open licensing and education, and chatbot tutors. He was awarded with the Best/Outstanding Paper Award in IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE) 2013, 2017 and 2020. He is an IEEE Senior Member and an Advance HE Senior Fellow.

Acknowledgement

This webinar is supported by:
  • UGC Special Grant for Strategic Development of Virtual Teaching and Learning – Inter-institutional Collaborative Activities Projects
  • IEEE Region 10 Education Activities Committee (2021 Region-10 Call for Capacity Building Workshop under Educational Activity; IEEE R-10 EAC’s Call for Proposal for “Reaching Local Initiatives”)
  • IEEE Hong Kong Section and IEEE Hong Kong Section Education Chapter.

29 Sep 2021, Wed
Zoom
The University of Hong Kong
eteaching4u: Artificial Intelligence for Teaching, Learning and Assessment
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the fastest-growing technology in various fields. The adoption of AI spans the global learning landscape and has been used in experiential learning, tutoring, language learning, and knowledge testing. In higher education, some educators have identified the affordances of AI and utilized this technology in making teaching and learning more effective. In particular, there is a high demand for teachers to provide meaningful and prompt feedback to students within and beyond the classroom. However, designing such an experience can be challenging as this requires a lot of teachers’ time and attention to their students. Systems powered by AI can provide 24/7 support to teachers and multiple learners at the same time, with personalized support and guide them in an engaging way in the virtual environment. Some may worry that creating an AI tool from scratch requires complex computer programming skills but there are more and more AI-facilitated tools for teaching and learning.

In this webinar, we would like to discuss the potential and affordances of AI in education with some examples of AI tools for classroom engagement and assessment. Through the webinar, participants can reflect on better practices and design considerations in AI-facilitated teaching and learning.

Upon completion of this seminar, the participants will be able to:

  • Identify the opportunities and challenges of adopting AI tools in the classroom; and
  • Use the concept of AI learning technologies and learning analytics to facilitate classroom learning and assessment.

Speaker
Dr. Leon Lei is currently an e-learning technologist in the University of Hong Kong (HKU). He received his Ph.D. degree in electrical and electronics engineering from HKU. He has been working on remote/blended/MOOC learning initiatives in higher education and K12 education. His research interests include learning analytics, open licensing and education, and chatbot tutors. He was awarded with the Best/Outstanding Paper Award in IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE) 2013, 2017 and 2020. He is an IEEE Senior Member and an Advance HE Senior Fellow.

Dr. Christopher See is presently a lecturer at the School of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) teaching human anatomy. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators UK (FAcadMed) as well as the Higher Education Academy (FHEA). His research interests are gamification, e-learning and particularly the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in medical education. He graduated from the Oxford AI programme, the University of Oxford in 2020 and has taught modules on AI in Healthcare, introduction to Machine Learning, Neural Networks and Deep Learning as part of medical school curricula.

Acknowledgement
This webinar is supported by:
  • UGC Special Grant for Strategic Development of Virtual Teaching and Learning
  • Inter-institutional Collaborative Activities Projects
  • IEEE Region 10 Education Activities Committee (2021 Region-10 Call for Capacity Building Workshop under Educational Activity; IEEE R-10 EAC’s Call for Proposal for “Reaching Local Initiatives”)
  • IEEE Hong Kong Section and IEEE Hong Kong Section Education Chapter.

25 Aug 2021, Wed
Zoom
KEEP
VISUAL Seminar: Gamification with KEEP Moodle
Background:
KEEP is keen on promoting the eLearning landscape and continues to explore and introduce the most cutting-edge technologies to teachers and students. This year, the KEEP Team has incorporated gamification elements into the KEEP Moodle and would like to invite you to take part in this meaningful event. During this one-hour event, the KEEP Team will showcase the latest functions of the KEEP Moodle and provide assistance via the “Questions and Answers” session.

Objectives of the event:
  • Introduce the gamification functions to teachers
  • Allow teachers (users) to use and familiarize themselves with the gamification functions of the KEEP Moodle
  • Discuss the key issues of running gamification in the Learning Management System (LMS)
20 Aug 2021, Fri
Zoom
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Teaching and Learning Innovation Expo 2021
The "Teaching and Learning Innovation Expo" (the Expo) is a major event held annually at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) since 2007. This year, the Expo will be extended to one week (with three days main event) and take place entirely online.
 
The Expo is jointly organised by Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research (CLEAR), Centre for eLearning Innovation and Technology of CUHK (ELITE), and Information Technology Services Centre (ITSC). It provides an excellent mutually supportive platform for educators at CUHK, to share educational experience and insights with the university community. Throughout the years, creative ideas or practices that lead to teaching and learning enhancement have been exchanged via conversation, interactive presentations and seminars of the event.
 
It welcomes all ideas and practices ranging from the course to the institutional level, regardless of whether technology is involved or not. 
26 Jul 2021, Mon
Zoom Webinar
KEEP
KEEP eLearning Community of Practice 2021
You are cordially invited to the upcoming KEEP eLearning Community of Practice 2021 to be held over Zoom on Friday, 5 February 2021. This half-day event aims to bring academics and industry professionals together to discuss recent progress in the development of KEEP as well as in overall teaching and learning. 

This year’s theme is “KEEP Learning for Life: Technology for Lifelong Learning!”. The emphasis will be on how to educate through the use of technology with KEEP. The event will consist of a keynote presentation on the topic of “Gamification in Education: the Future of Learning” by Prof. Benson Yeh from PaGamO/Bonio Inc. and the National Taiwan University, followed by a teacher sharing session where teachers from different institutions come together to share their experience with KEEP and other educational technologies. We are expecting a packed room, containing collaborators of KEEP and veterans who are in the eLearning field among 8 UGC-funded institutions and beyond.

We look forward to having you join us in this meaningful event. 

For enquiries, please email cop@keep.edu.hk.


Event Agenda
9:30-9:35am
Group Photo

9:35-9:50am
Welcoming Remarks
  • Prof. Alan K.L. Chan, Provost, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Prof. Poon Wai-yin, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Prof. Irwin King, Principal Investigator of KEEP, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

9:50-10:35am
Keynote Presentation: Gamification in Education: the Future of Learning
  • Prof. Yeh, Ping-Cheng (Benson), CEO & Co-Founder of PaGamO/Bonio Inc. and Professor of EE Dept., National Taiwan University

    Abstract:

    How can we keep students engaged to the class? How can we make our students motivated to learn? These have been the most challenging questions for teachers nowadays. Prof. Yeh developed a series of Peer-to-Peer Gamification schemes following his unique teaching teaching philosophy: "For the student! By the student! Of the student!”. In this talk, Prof. Yeh will explain how his award winning gamification scheme and other P2P schemes works for different courses. He will show the amazing results from his students’ course work. It is the new paradigm shift for the education of future.

    Bio:
    Prof. Yeh has pioneered many educational experiments and designs. In 2016, he received the highest award for innovators in Taiwan, the Presidential Innovation Award. He also developed PaGamO, the first-ever multi-student game for any general courses in 2013. It received the Overall Award and E-Learning Award in Wharton-QS 2014 Stars Awards: Reimagine Education, the "Oscars" of innovations in higher education. Since 2010, Prof. Yeh has been the strong advocator of his teaching philosophy: “For the students, By the students, Of the students". It states that students can be motivated to learn if the teachers can share more responsibility with the students, for instance, let students design their own homework problems. Prof. Yeh’s speeches have motivated tens of thousands of teachers in Asia to start thinking differently in teaching.

10:35-10:40am
Break


10:40-11:40am
Teacher Sharing: How to Teach Your Students Successfully through KEEP Technologies?
  • Ms. Joan Atienza, Senior Associate, Instructional Design and Development Unit, SEAMEO INNOTECH

    Abstract:
    SEAMEO is an intergovernmental organization of Southeast Asian countries aimed at cooperation in the areas of science, culture and education. There are in total 26 SEAMEO Center located in the different Southeast Asian countries. INNOTECH, located in the Philippines, is focused on research and capacity building programs in the area of educational innovation and technologies. INNOTECH has been developing online courses for educators since 2006. The partnership with KEEP facilitated its implementation of MOOCs beginning 2017.  

  • Mr. Adam Forrester, Associate Director, English Language Centre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

    Abstract:
    The English Language Centre (ELC) at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University has created 10 open online courses on KEEP, ranging from job application skills to developing language and reading skills. We have designed our courses to minimise the number of clicks for learners. This makes them easier for students to navigate and complete, and easier for instructors to integrate into their campus-based subjects. The ELC has found the online courses on KEEP invaluable in helping us make the transition to online learning and teaching. The ready-made content frees up teacher time to focus on more important communicative activities with their students. 

  • Dr. Theresa Kwong, Director, Centre for Holistic Teaching and Learning, Hong Kong Baptist University

    Abstract:
    Due to the recent changes of the educational landscape brought by unprecedented challenges, online/mixed-mode learning and teaching has gained more popularity than ever before. Apart from the adoption of a Small Private Online Course, it was deemed necessary to incorporate more eLearning elements into the course “Teaching University Students”, so as to reach a wider community of research postgraduate students and teaching assistants from countries across the globe. Students benefited from the opportunities to interact with and learn from their local and overseas peers, while the instructors could bring in more internationalisation elements to the University.

  • Mr. Alexander Markus Kling and Mr. Florian Tack, Lecturers (German), Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Abstract:
    The German programme at the Department of Linguistics & Modern Languages has been using KEEP Moodle as an integral part of its courses for several years in order to complement face-to-face classes by online activities. Therefore, the presenters would like to take the opportunity to a) give a general idea about the German Moodle courses structure, b) present a variety of Moodle activities, and c) give ideas of how to combine online/ face-to-face teaching with Moodle activities.

11:40-11:50am
Closing Remarks
  • Prof. Irwin King, Principal Investigator of KEEP, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Please note the agenda is subject to change without notice.

Video recordings of the webinar are available on our YouTube channel whereas selected presentations and group photos are available for download here
5 Feb 2021, Fri
Zoom Webinar
Esperanza
Do Good and Do Well with Edtech Ventures Webinar
Join this webinar organised by Esperanza on 28 Jan, if you are interested in learning more about the opportunities in the education technology space. Expert investors, funders, edtech startups and seasoned professionals from the US, Mainland and Hong Kong will share:

  • the Science of learning: What makes a good edtech venture? How could academia be involved?

  • Investment & co-investment considerations for mainstream and impact investors

  • Why should family offices and foundations/NGOs be interested in edtech?

  • Do good and do well business opportunities with award winning edtech startups 
Check out the webinar speakers and agenda from this site https://bit.ly/3nemuN9.  Admission is free on or before 21 Jan. 

We are pleased to support this meaningful webinar. You can join the exclusive post-webinar networking with esteemed speakers, organisers and supporting organisations at a special rate of HKD100 by applying the discount code "SUPPO". Limited spots are available. Register asap to secure your slot.
28 Jan 2021, Thu
Online webinar
PALMS
PALMS Virtual Symposium 2021 - Navigating the Rapidly Evolving Higher Education Landscape with Technology Enhanced Active Learning Pedagogies
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the global education scenario and created significant challenges for the global higher education landscape with direct impacts on higher education institutions by disrupting all aspects of the global education system to an unprecedented degree. This, in effect, has led to a need for adaptability, versatility and creativity on the part of educators including a complete rethinking and reconfiguration of the traditional classroom-oriented instructional approach to the implementation of various technology-enhanced active learning solutions, in an effort to continue the education process.

The apt and timely theme of this year's online virtual symposium reflects the way innovations in teaching and technology have provided significant opportunities for teachers, instructors and educators to explore emerging trends in technology-enhanced learning and innovative solutions to future pedagogical challenges brought about by the COVID-19 crisis. Academics, experts and advocates of active learning pedagogies from a wide range of interests and disciplines at PolyU and other institutions, will explore various approaches to technology enhanced active learning in the higher education context and share insights from their experiences.

Please visit this webpage for more information:
http://palms.polyu.edu.hk/symposium-2020-2021/
13 Jan 2021, Wed
Online webinar
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
15th eLearning Forum Asia (eLFA 2020)
The main theme for the eLFA 2020 is "Enhanced Teaching and Learning with Technology: Present and Future", which covers the following sub-themes and areas:

  • Pedagogy Involving Technology
  • Diversity and Inclusivity for eLearning
  • Open Educational Resources (OER) and Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
  • Emerging Educational Technology (AR, VR, MR, educational robotics, etc)
  • Artificial Intelligence, Personalised Learning Platform and Tool for Smart Learning
  • Design for Education Landscape and Future Campus
  • Big Data in Education and Learning Analytics
  • Technology-Enhanced Assessment and Evaluation in Education
  • Technology for Training for Professional Development

The forum will offer excellent opportunities for members of the educational community to come together to connect and share their experiences. If you require any further information or assistance, please contact elfa2020@elfasia.org.
7 Dec 2020, Mon
Webinar
Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology (LTTC) at The Education University of Hong Kong
International Conference on Learning and Teaching 2020
The Conference (ICLT2020) is organised by the Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology (LTTC), and will be held completely online from 2 to 4 December 2020. It will provide an interactive platform for academics, researchers, practitioners and professionals in the education sector to share innovative learning and teaching approaches in higher education, and exchange of good practices in learning and teaching in school education.

The theme of the Conference is “Learning and Teaching in the 21st Century”, which will comprise keynote speeches, symposium, doctoral consortium, and paper and poster presentations. The ICLT2020 welcomes submission of abstracts based on 4 main conference strands: (1) STEM Education, (2) Teacher Education and Development, (3) Interdisciplinary Studies focus on Education for Sustainable Development and (4) Learning and Teaching in the 21st Century.

For more details, please visit https://www.eduhk.hk/iclt2020/index.html 
2 Dec 2020, Wed
Zoom Webinar