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Evaluative research on IT in education

Evaluative research on IT in Education Provision of Service for Phase (II) Study on Evaluating the Effectiveness of the 'Empowering Learning and Teaching with Information Technology' Strategy (2004/2007)

PIProf. Nancy Law
2004-2007
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Technology in Higher Education (THE)

Started from 1998
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Information, Technology and Educational Change (ITEC) - CITE E-journal

Started from 1998
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Worldwide Innovative Schools Program – National Evaluation Partner Project (Fung Kai No. 2 primary school & Mathematics)

PIProf. Nancy LAW

This is a two-year international project. The Centre for Information Technology In Education (CITE), University of Hong Kong has been commissioned by Microsoft as an evaluation partner for the Microsoft Innovative Schools Program (ISP) in Hong Kong. There are 12 countries (including Brazil, Canada, Chile, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Mexico, Qatar, Sweden and UK) participating in this project. SRI International is coordinating the international evaluation project.

Started from 1998
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Students’ Information Literacy Performance Assessment for an International School

Singapore International School has commissioned the Centre for Information Technology in Education (CITE), the University of Hong Kong to conduct a project namely “Performance Assessment for students’ information literacy in Singapore International School” to evaluate primary five students’ information literacy in Nov, 2007. This study will focus on evaluating the impact of Information Communication Technology (ICT) on students’ learning outcomes in Chinese Language, Mathematics and technical proficiency

Started from 1998
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Yaumati Catholic Primary School – One Word One Thousand

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Research Study on the Pilot Scheme on e-Learning in Schools

PIDr. Allan YUEN

The Centre for Information Technology in Education, the University of Hong Kong (CITE) has been commissioned by the Education Bureau (EDB) to conduct a research project on “Provision of Services for Conducting the Research Study on the Pilot Scheme on e-Learning in Schools”. The project duration is over three years starting from 22 September 2011 until 31 December 2014. Details of the pilot scheme and the 21 funded projects can be found from the EDB website: http://edbsdited.fwg.hk/e-Learning.

2011-2014
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「電子學習試驗計劃」評估研究

PI袁海球博士

教育局委託了香港大學教育應用資訊科技發展研究中心 (CITE) 進行為期三年有關「電子學習試驗計劃」的評估研究,推行時期為二零一一年九月二十二日至二零一四年十二月三十一日。試驗計劃21個受資助計劃的詳情可在教育局網頁找到:http://edbsdited.fwg.hk/e-Learning.

2011-2014
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Evaluative research on IT in education

e-Learning in Formal, Informal and Open Learning Contexts: A Study of Global Trends, Policy Options and Their Implications for Sustainable Development in Hong Kong

PIProf. Nancy Law

The 21st century is commonly referred to as the knowledge age because of the phenomenal and escalating pace at which new knowledge is generated, impacting deeply all aspects of human life. The rapid development of ICT and its integration into the fabric of all human activities have played a critical role in these changes. Policy-makers around the world have recognized the importance of a high quality workforce and the citizenry’s preparedness for lifelong learning to the economic and social well-being of the nation or system that they serve. Hence, many education reform policies, often in conjunction with system-wide masterplans/strategies on ICT integration to support formal/informal/lifelong learning have been launched since the 1990s, including Hong Kong.

The Centre for Information Technology in Education, Faculty of Education, the University of Hong Kong is funded by the Public Policy Research Funding Scheme of the Central Policy Unit of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government to conduct a policy research project entitled “e-Learning in Formal, Informal and Open Learning Contexts: A Study of Global Trends, Policy Options and Their Implications for Sustainable Development in Hong Kong”. The project comprised a wide-ranging literature review and document analysis, followed by a Policy Delphi study involving key stakeholders including government officials, teachers, principals, parents, NGOs, businesses and researchers. It aims to provide policy recommendations on strategic implementation of information and communication technology (ICT) in formal, informal and open learning based on an in-depth analysis of Hong Kong’s current state and positioning within a global context.

Around 2016
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在正式、非正式和開放學習環境下電子學習發展的全球趨勢,及為可持續發展香港可採取的政策選擇及其影響研究

PI羅陸慧英教授

21世紀是知識型社會,ICT與人類各種活動一體化的迅速發展對新知識快速生成及人類生活急劇變化起著關鍵作用。世界各地政策制定者已認識到高質量的員工隊伍和公民的終身學習能力對他們和國家的經濟和社會福祉有莫大關係。因此,包括香港在內的許多國家、地區自上世紀末起推出與電子學習相連繫的教育改革政策,以推動正式/非正式/終身學習的發展。

香港大學教育學院教育應用及資訊科技發展研究中心,獲香港特別行政區政府中央政策組公共政策研究資助計劃撥款資助進行一個名為「在正式、非正式和開放學習環境下電子學習發展的全球趨勢,及為可持續發展香港可採取的政策選擇及其影響研究」之政策研。此項目透過深入的文獻綜述和文件分析,和由來自學校、政府、家長教師會、非政府組織/商業機構和學術界等不同的持份者參與的德爾菲政策研究,探討香港電子學習政策的發展和執行策略與全球電子學習發展趨勢的異同,目的旨在為正式、非正式和開放學習環境下推行電子學習提供政策建議,以及探討香港的未來發展方向。

約於2016年進行
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Exploring new modes of learning and assessment

Supporting Conceptual Change in Science through Knowledge Building

Started from 1998
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Developing information literacy through an inquiry project with Web 2.0

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