26 April 2012 (Thursday)

  8.00am onwards
Light Breakfast Exhibition Area
  9.00am – 11.00am


Session 3A – Mobile Learning

Learning Microbiology in Daily LIfe – How Can a Mobile Device Help?

Prof. Lilian L P VRIJMOED, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


校园无线网移动学习终端应用服务需求分析及重要性研究 (On-campus wireless mobile learning terminal services – needs analysis and research)

冯愿女仕 (Ms. FENG Yuan), Nantong University, Mainland China


Correlation between Mobile Learning Accesses and Mobile Device Purchasing Schemes – a City University of Hong Kong Experience

Dr. Crusher WONG, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


智慧型手持装置的学习资源工具发展 (Development of learning resources on smart mobile devices)

王美雪 女仕 (Ms. Mei-Xue WANG), Sinica Research Center for Information Technology Innovation


Main Hall

Session 3B – Blended Learning

群体建构中教与学—基于教学网的学习共同体平台建设  (Teaching and Learning in Community Building–Learning community platform developed based on online teaching)

林小英 女仕 (Ms. LIN Xiaoying), 肖南 先生 (Mr. XIAO Nan), Peking University, Mainland China


Blended learning and university goals: an empirical case analysis

Mr. Samson NG, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong


Mix and Match: Blended Learning for learning continuity

Mr. ONG Choon Teck, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


On the Design of Blending Learning Environment for the Cultivation of Application Abilities

Mr. TU Jingjie, Ningbo Nahongying University, Mainland China

Breakout Room 1

Session 3C – Empowering Educators

Enhancing student learning using eLearning tools: A case study of a freshmen course

Dr. Theresa KWONG, Mr. Peter LAU, Hong Kong Baptist  University, Hong Kong


Applying Innovative Online Teaching Methods to Develop Students’ Computing Skills

Ms. Chih-Hui YANG, I-Shou University


教师培训的多位一体(Comprehensive teacher training)

杨晓哲 先生 (Mr. YANG Xiaozhe), Shanghai Normal University, Mainland China


Using technologies to support English language learning: Experiences from a three-year initiative

Dr. David M. KENNEDY, Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Breakout Room 2

Session 3D – Innovation in Education

Implementation of E-learning at Ling Tung University

陈仁龙 教授 (Prof. David Jen Lung CHEN), Ling Tung University


An Enhanced Interactive Learning Experience at Siam University

Mr. Pornchai MONGKHONVANIT, Mr. Vanchai RIJIRAVANICH, Mr. Rengson MUALCHONTHAM, Siam University, Thailand


Learning+ : Kreative Commons in FCU

黄焜煌 博士 (Dr. Kun-Huang HUARNG), Feng Chia University


电子书包系统架构、技术标准与应用试验 (System structure, technical standards and application testing of electronic schoolbag)

钱冬明 博士 (Dr. QIAN Dongming), East China Normal University, Mainland China

Breakout Room 3
  11.00am – 11.30am
  11.30am – 1.00pm


Session 4A – Assessment

Assessing Student Learning Outcomes: Putting Outcomes to Work!

Mr. Photipong CHANAWANGSA, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand & Ms. Leah Parsons SIMPSON, University of Kentucky, USA


Great expectations: Balancing the risks and benefits of blended learning and e-assessment in Maths and Statistics education

Dr. Jennifer EVANS, Ms. Peggy Pui Kei HO, Dr. HUNG Kim Fai, Mr. David Ian BROWN, Dr. Glory PONG, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong


自动化汉语口语考试研发与思考  (Research and Thoughts of Automated Test of Spoken Chinese)

李晓琪 教授 (Prof. LI Xiao Qi), Peking University, Mainland China

Main Hall

Session 4B – Collaborative Learning

Teaching and Learning Innovation EXPO (the EXPO) at CUHK:A mutual support platform for teachers to enhance teaching strategies and experience

Ms. Minghui CHEN, Daisy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


Blog协同促进通识课程辅助教学模式变革与实践构想  (Using Blog as a tool to facilitate change in the ancillary teaching mode of general education courses and best practices for enhancing such realisation)

Mr. ZHANG Xiao Hu, Xi’an Eurasia University, Mainland China


Beyond e-Training: A Knowledge

Dr. Jaitip NA-SONGKHLA, Ms. Prapaipis  MONGKOLRATANA Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Breakout Room 1

Session 4C – Classroom Technology

强化专业基础课程学习成效:学习管理系统与课程录制机制之整合运用  (Enhance the learning outcome of professional foundation courses: integration and application of learning management system and lecture recording system)

邓钧文 博士 (Dr. C. W. TENG), Feng Chia University


Student engagement through real time feedback: Experiences from NTU

Mr. Mohamad Ridwan Bin OTHMAN, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


How educational technology can help inspire transparency and openness

Dr. Peter JEWESSON, Qatar University, State of Qatar

Breakout Room 2

Session 4D – Innovation in Education

Adapting Teaching Strategies to Align with Student Learning Styles – the SMALT approach

Mr. SON Wei Meng, Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore


大学本科生学习创新能力培养和优良学风建  (Cultivation of innovative learning capabilities of university students and fostering good academic atmosphere)

朱道立 先生 (Mr. ZHU Daoli), Nantong University, Mainland China


Empowering educators for online learning and assessment through Blended Learning

Mr. TAY Sin Hwa, SingHealth Academy, Singapore

Breakout Room 3
  1.00pm – 2.00pm


Hotel Lobby   
  2.00 – 2.45pm

Keynote Session 2 – Mr. Matt SMITH, Southern Cross University, Australia

Topic:  Mobility in Southern Cross University, Australia

Main Hall

  2.45 – 3.30pm

Plenary Session 4 – 余胜泉 先生 (Mr. Shengquan YU), Beijing Normal University, Mainland China

Topic: 从学习对象到学习元: 泛在学习资源模型探索   From Learning Object to Learning Cell: An Organization model for Ubiquitous Learning


Breakout Rooms

  3.30pm – 4.00pm
  4.00pm – 4.45pm

Plenary Session 5 – Prof. Ruay-Shiung CHANG, National Dong Hwa University

Topic: Learning 3.0: Connected Learning

Main Hall
  4.45pm – 5.15pm


Chair:  汪琼 教授 (Dr. WANG Qiong), Peking University, Mainland China

Panellists: 虞哲奘 博士 (Dr. J. T. YU), eLFAsia; Prof. Daniel TAN, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 刘安之 博士 (Dr. An-Chi LIU), Feng Chia University

Topic: The Next Generation Learning

Main Hall
  5.15pm – 5.45pm

Closing remarks – 汪琼 教授 (Dr. WANG Qiong), Peking University, Mainland China

Main Hall

End of Day 2 / Assembly for event

Main Hall
  6.00 – 10.00pm

eLearning Forum Asia Community Dinner#


* Note: Duration for each presentation in the Breakout Sessions will be 20 minutes. There will be a 10 mins Q&A that all speakers should be around to answer any questions, ie. Speakers are expected to stay throughout their allocated breakout session.

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