Director’s biography

Prof. Eugenia Ng has extensive teaching and administration experience in local tertiary institutions. As Director of Teaching and Learning Centre, Eugenia provides leadership in all areas of teaching and learning at Lingnan University and represents the University in liaising with UGC’s Quality Assurance Council. At the same time, she has a concurrent appointment as Adjunct Professor at Division of Graduate Studies so that she can maintain her passion in teaching.

As an academic for most of Eugenia’s career life, she has successfully secured numerous teaching and research funding. She believes the best way for students to understand different pedagogies is through experiential learning. Many of her publications are related to her accomplishments of adopting information technology to enhance assessment, learning and teaching. Over 100 articles have been published as book chapters, conference proceedings, journal articles, and newspaper articles. Furthermore, she was the editor and co-editor of three referred books and editor-in-chief for an international journal. Last but not least, she also renders professional services in the local community.

Please feel free to contact Eugenia (eugeniang@ln.edu.hk) for possible collaborations and other types of initiatives.

Selected Publications (please click to read the journal articles but the accessibilities depending on your subscriptions):
1. Ng, E. M. W. (2018). Integrating self-regulation principles with flipped classroom pedagogy for first year university students. Computers & Education, 126, 65-74.
2. Ng, E. M. W. (2016). Fostering pre-service teachers’ self-regulated learning through self- and peer assessment of wiki projects. Computers & Education. 98, 180-191.
3. Ng, E. M. W. (2014). Using a mixed research method to evaluate the effectiveness of formative assessment in supporting student teachers’ wiki authoring. Computers & Education. 73, 141-148.
4. Chai, C. S, Ng, E. M. W., Li, W., Hong, H.-Y., & Koh, J. H. L. (2013).Validating and modelling technological pedagogical content knowledge framework among Asia preservice teachers. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 29(1), 41-53.
5. Shroff, R. H., Deneen, C. C., & Ng, E. M. W. (2011). Analysis of the technology acceptance model in examining students' behavioural intention to use an e-portfolio system. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 27(4), 600-618.


Professor Eugenia NG Mee Wah
Director of the TLC
Adjunct Professor, Division of Graduate Studies

 

 

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