Academic Integrity

  • Lau, P. (2021). A Case Study on Research Postgraduate Students’ Understanding of Academic Integrity at a Hong Kong University. Frontiers in Education, 6.
  • Marcial, D. E., dela Peña, L., Montemayor, J., & Dy, J. (2021). The Design of a Gamified Responsible Use of Social Media. Frontiers in Education, 6.
  • Chan I., Hafiz M., Kwong, T., Wong, E. Y. W. (2021). Reinforcing the Importance of Academic Integrity and Ethics (AIE) Through Augmented Reality (AR) Learning Trails. In Lim C.P., Graham C. R. (eds) Blended Learning for Inclusive and Quality Higher Education in Asia. Springer, Singapore.
  • Wong, E. Y. W., Kwong, T., & Pegrum, M. (2018). Learning on mobile augmented reality trails of integrity and ethics. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, 13(1), 22. doi: 10.1186/s41039-018-0088-6
  • Alessio, H., & Wong, E. Y. W. (2018). Academic Integrity and Ethical Behavior in College Students’ Experiences From Universities in China (Hong Kong SAR) and the U.S.: A Message From the Guest Editor. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, Volume 29, Numbers 3 and 4 (2018)
  • Wong, E. Y. W., Law, L., Kwong, T. & Pegrum, M. (2018).  Experiences From Augmented Reality Trails of Integrity and Ethics to Help Students Learn Abstract Concepts.  Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, Volume 29, Numbers 3 and 4 (2018)
  • Kwong, T., Hafiz, M., Lau, P. & Chan, I. (2018).  Academic Integrity and Ethics: The Influence of Culture and Prior Academic Background.  Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, Volume 29, Numbers 3 and 4 (2018)
  • Chan, I., Leung, V., Yan, K., Kwong, T., & Lau, P. (2018).  Teaching Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Through Student-Centered Scenario Design Coupled With Augmented Reality.  Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, Volume 29, Numbers 3 and 4 (2018)
  • Lai, K. M., Ko, T., & Ng, M. S. G. (2018).  Integrating AR Technology Into Laboratory Safety and Safety Ethics Training in a Science Laboratory Class.  Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, Volume 29, Numbers 3 and 4 (2018)
  • Cheung, S. Y., Hafiz, M., & Law, L. (2018).  Moral Education Through the Trail of Integrity and Ethics in Sports and Recreation.  Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, Volume 29, Numbers 3 and 4 (2018)
  • Yue, K., Law, L., Chan, H. L., Chan, J., Wong, E., Kwong, T., & Wong, E. (2017). Enhancing residential student leadership training with appropriate augmented reality m-learning trail design. In R. Power, M. Ally, D. Cristol, & A. Palalas (Eds.), IAmLearning: Mobilizing and supporting educator practice. [e-Book]. International Association for Mobile Learning.
  • Kwong, T., Wong, E., & Yue, K. (2017). Bringing Abstract Academic Integrity and Ethical Concepts into Real-Life Situations. Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 1-16. doi:10.1007/s10758-017-9315-2 ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst
  • Wong, E., Kwong, T., Cheung, S., Ng, G., Chiu, R., & Zhong, E. (2016). Application of augmented reality mobile learning trails to develop students’ academic integrity. In D. Remenyi (Ed.), eLearning excellence awards – An anthology of case histories 2016 (pp. 217-232). Reading, United Kingdom: Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited.
  • Yue, K. K., Law, L. Y., Chan, H. L., Chan, J. B., Wong, E. Y., Kwong, T.F. & Wong, E.Y. (2016, October). Factors in designing an augmented reality m-Learning trail with place-based pedagogy in residential education. In L. E. Dyson, W. Ng, & J. Fergusson (Eds.), Mobile Learning Futures – Sustaining Quality Research and Practice in Mobile Learning (pp. 295-309). Paper presented at the 15th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning: mLearn 2016, Sydney, Australia (pp. 295-309). Sydney, Australia: The University of Technology.
  • Chan, J., Chiu, R., Ng, G. & Kwong, T. (2015). How clickstream tracking helps design mobile learning content. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE), 2(7), 95-104.
  • Chow, E., Pegrum, M., Thadani, D. & Wong, E. (2015).  Mobile technologies and augmented reality: Early experiences in helping students learn about academic integrity and ethics. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE), 2(7), 112-120.
  • Kwong, T., Ng, H. M., Mark, K. P., & Wong, E., (2010). Students’ and Faculty’s Perception of Academic Integrity in Hong Kong.  Campus-Wide Information Systems27(5), 341 – 355.
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Communities of Practice(CoP)

  • Zou, T.X.P., Law, L.Y.N., Chu, B.C.B., Lin, V., Ko, T., & Lai, N. (2020). Developing academics’ capacity for internationalising the curriculum: A collaborative autoethnography of a cross-institutional project. Journal of Studies in International Education
  • Zou, T.X.P., Chu, B., Law, L., Lin, V., Ko, T., Yu, M., & Mok, P. (2020). University teachers’ conceptions of internationalisation of the curriculum: A phenomenographic study. Higher Education, 80, 1–12. doi: 10.1007/s10734-019-00461-w 

Learning Communities Journal, Volume 8, Number 2 (2016)

  • Wong, E., & Cox, M. D. (2016). Achievement of faculty learning community extremes: Impossible, modified, and hybrid FLCs, and the “belonging” outcome: A message from the editor-inchief. Learning Communities Journal, 8(1), 1-7.
  • Wong, E., Cox, M. D., Kwong, T., Fung, R., Lau, P., Sivan, A., & Tam, V. C.(2016). Establishing communities of practice to enhance teaching and learning: The case at Hong Kong Baptist University. Learning Communities Journal, 8(2), 9-26.
  • Chaudhuri, T., & Chan, W. Y. (2016). Networked learning communities: A perspective arising from a multidisciplinary community of practice on student eportfolios. Learning Communities Journal, 8(2), 27-49.
  • Sivan, A., Tam, V. C., Hu, A., Chan, D. W-K., Leung, A. Y. L., Chaudhuri, T., Chow B. C., Hung, S. S-L., Kim, L. E., Mah, D. N-Y., Shroff. R. H., & Wong, O. M. H. (2016). Designing and implementing a two-level community of practice project to develop a teaching portfolio framework. Learning Communities Journal, 8(2), 51-69.
  • Cheung, S. Y., Yue, K. K. M., Kwong, T., Lau, P., Ng, A., Lo, Y., Yung, K. K. L., Chu, C., Siu, N. Y. M., Choi, P. H. N., & Ng, M. (2016). Using a community of practice to enhance undergraduate students’ Graduate Attributes through problem-based learning. Learning Communities Journal, 8(2), 71-91.
  • Lau, P., & Kwong, T. (2016). A community of practice to assess students’ teamwork skills in a team-based learning setting. Learning Communities Journal, 8(2), 93-106.
  • Ng, A., & Lau, P. (2016). The impact of peer tutoring in a university language classroom. Learning Communities Journal, 8(2), 107-122.
  • Mak, K. K. W., Chan, W. H., Lai, K. M., Wong, K. C. K., & Lau, P. (2016). A CoP project enhancing student learning through a holistic mentoring program in the sciences. Learning Communities Journal, 8(2), 123-144.
  • Zhang, H. Q., Cheung, C. H., Tu, F., Huang, F. L., O. L., Song, L., Xu, G., Law, H., Chong, K., & Yue. K. K. M. (2016). Service learning for Whole Person Education in Chinese medicine developed by a community of practice. Learning Communities Journal, 8(2), 145-169.
  • Kwong, T., Cox, M. D., Chong, K., Nie, S., & Wong, E. (2016). Assessing the effect of communities of practice in higher education: The case at Hong Kong Baptist University. Learning Communities Journal, 8(2), 171-198.
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Cross-Cultural and Holistic Competencies

  • Leung, F. Y. W., Lau, M., Wan, K., Law, L., Kwong, T., & Wong, E. Y. W. (2021). “Promoting Students’ Global Perspectives Through a Gamified e-Learning Platform”. Frontiers in Education.
  • Lau, M., Vuthaluru, R., Mui, L., Kerrigan, S., Kwong, T., Law, L., Wong, E. Y. W., & Gibson, D. (2021). “How Online Teams with Diverse Backgrounds Worked to Excel: Findings from an International eTournament”. Frontiers in Education.
  • Kwong, T., Ko, T., Lau, M., Mui, L., Law, L., & Wong, E. Y. W. (2020). “CCGame Project: Helping Students Work Better in Diversified Online Teams to Address Global Issues through an International SDG eTournament”. In D. Remenyi (Ed.), 6th e-Learning Excellence Awards 2020: An Anthology of Case Histories (pp. 113–128). Academic Conferences International.
  • Law, L., Lau, M., Leung, Y. W., Kwong, T., & Wong, E. Y. W. (2020). “Gamification for Teamwork Skills: Can a Challenge-based Online Tournament Help Students Learn New Knowledge Collaboratively in Teams?” Global Research in Higher Education, 3(2), 63-84.
  • Lau, M., Chan, I., Wong, E. Y. W., Kwong, T. & Gibson, D. (2019). Helping Students to Build Multicultural and Multidisciplinary Competences: A Pilot of Challenge-Based Collaborative Learning on a Digital Gamified Platform. Journal of Education and Culture Studies3(3), 285-295.
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  • Chan, K., Wan, K., & King, V. (2021). Performance over enjoyment? Effect of game-based learning on learning outcome and flow experience. Frontiers in Education, 6, 1-10.
  • Chan, A., & Cheung, Y. M. (2021). How to Make a Query in Image Retrieval with Partial Information Extracted from Multiple Image Samples? International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence, 35(7).
  • Lau, S. S. S., Wan, K., & Tsui, M. (2021). Evaluation of a Blended Career Education Course during the COVID-19 Pandemic on Students’ Career Awareness.  Sustainability, Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), 13(6), 3471.
  • Kwong, T., Mui, L. & Wong E. Y. W. (2020, Apr). A Case Study on Online Learning and Digital Assessment in Times of Crisis. World Journal of Educational Research, 7(2).
  • Ko, T., Law, L. Y. N., Kwong, T., & Wong, E. Y. W. (2020). The Challenges and Dynamics of Flipped Learning Totally Online: The Case of Training Research Postgraduates to Be University Instructors. World Journal of Educational Research, 7(4), p36.
  • Law L., Haifz M., Kwong, T., & Wong E. (2019). Enhancing SPOC-Flipped Classroom Learning by Using Student-Centred Mobile Learning Tools. In: Yu S., Ally M., Tsinakos A. (eds) Bridging Human and Machine: Future Education with Intelligence. Springer, Singapore
  • Law, L., Hafiz, M., Kwong, T., & Wong, E.  (2019). Evaluating Students’ Perceptions on the Effectiveness of Online Intercultural Learning Experience via a SPOC. Current Issues in Comparative Education, 21(1), 69–92.
  • Hafiz, M., & Kwong, T. (2019). A structured, multi-mode professional development programme on blended learning and its influences on the participants TPACK. International Journal of Smart Technology and Learning, 1(3), 267. doi: 10.1504/ijsmarttl.2019.099517
  • Wong, E.Y. W., Kwong, T. F. N., & Lau, P. F. M. (2017). Using Student ePortfolios to Showcase Students’ Learning: Experience from Hong Kong Baptist University. In T. Chaudhuri & B. Cabau (Eds.), E-Portfolios in Higher Education: A Multidisciplinary Approach (pp. 157-170). Singapore: Springer Nature. doi:10.1007/978-981-10-3803-7_11
  • Tan, K. T., Wong, E., & Kwong, T. (2011). Piloting lecture capture: An experience sharing from a Hong Kong university. In R. Kwan, C. McNaught, P. Tsang, F. L. Wang & K. C. Li (Eds.), Enhancing learning through technology – education unplugged: Mobile technologies and web 2.0 (pp. 268-279). New York, NY: Springer-Verlag.
  • Mahboob, A., Humphrey, S., Wong, E., Webster, J., Wong, C., & Chan, A. (2010). Genre Pedagogy Meets E-learning: An Introduction to the Language Companion Course. In L. Lan & D. Qian (Eds.), English Language Education in Asian Universities: Classroom Practices and Research Issues (pp. 23-36). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
  • Lau, R. Y. K., Ip, R. K. F., Chan, M. T., Kwok, R. C. W., Wong, E., Wong, W. M., & So, C. F. (2010).  Podcasting: An Internet-Based Social Technology for Blended Learning. IEEE Internet Computing, 14(3), 33-41.
  • Wong, C., Vrijmoed, L., Wong, E. (2008). Learning Environment for Digital Natives – Web 2.0 Meets Globalization. In J. Fong J., R. Kwan & F. L. Wang (Eds.), Hybrid Learning and Education(pp.168-177).Berlin, Germany: Springer.
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Flipped Classroom

  • Lam, P. L. C., & Kwong, T. (2020). International perspectives on the flipped classroom as a pathway to effective learner engagement: A message from the guest editors. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 31(4), 1-15.

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Outcomes Assessment

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Whole Person Education and Others

  • Kwong, T. (2021). Perception of Undergraduate Students towards Holistic Competencies Development in Hong Kong. College Student Journal, 55(3), 347-357.
  • Xiao, C. (2021). Reframing Service-Learning to Cultivate Social Innovators: A Case Study of Lingnan University in Hong Kong.In Service-Learning in the Era of “New Normal”: Reflections on the Modes of Service-Learning and Future Partnerships (pp.20-35). Toyko: International Christian University. Sivan. A., Chan. D., & Wong. E. (2014). Studies on Teaching and Learning (Volume 3). Hong Kong: Pearson Education Asia Limited.
  • Lau, P., Kwong, T., Chong, K., & Wong, E., (2014). Developing students’ teamwork skills in a cooperative learning project. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies, 3(1), 80-99.
  • 王周綺華(2011)。〈創意戲劇與全人教育〉。載黃麗萍主編,《創意戲劇:審美、歷程、研究—香港創意戲劇節活動指南》。香港:CultaZine Ltd.,第5-8頁。
  • 鄺福寧、柳發文 (2011)。〈研究與發展篇—大專生個案〉於黃麗萍主編《創意戲劇:審美、歷程、研究—香港創意戲劇節活動指南》。香港:CultaZine Ltd.,第128-143頁。
  • 鄺福寧、柳發文(2011)。〈研究與發展篇—高中生個案〉於黃麗萍主編《創意戲劇:審美、歷程、研究—香港創意戲劇節活動指南》。香港:CultaZine Ltd.,第144-162頁。
  • Kwong, T., Downing, K. & Wong, E. (2009). Institutional-level integration of the learning and study strategies inventory (LASSI). International Journal of InteractiveTechnology and Smart Education, 6, 286-292.
  • Downing, K., Kwong, T.,Chan, B., Lam, I., & Downing, W. K. (2009). Problem-based learning and the development of metacognition. Higher Education,57(5), 609-621.
  • Downing, K., Chan, S. W., Downing, W. K., Kwong, T., & Lam, T. F. (2008). Measuring gender differences in cognitive functioning.  Multicultural Education and Technology Journal, 2(1), 4-18.
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