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uReply – A Comprehensive Mobile Tool for Classroom Interactions

Date: 11 November 2019 (Monday) Time: 4:30 – 5:30p.m. Venue: SEKG03, G/F., Simon and Eleanor Kwok Building, Lingnan University Title: uReply – A Comprehensive Mobile Tool for Classroom Interactions Speaker: – Mr. David Yeung, Edvant – Mr. Victor Chan, Edvant Registration link: https://www.ln.edu.hk/sys/regbuilder/registration/20191111_uReply Details uReply is a campus-wide classroom communication tool for using with mobile devices designed to facilitate teacher-student interactions. It has the following characteristics and features: Ease of use: Students are allowed to use their

Education Manager (Technology)'s Profile

Expertise of Education Manager (Technology) – James CHONG (PhD Candidate) James is a versatile and experienced information system developer, database administrator, IT project supervisor and education technologist with demonstrated, hands-on experience in education software system development and integration. He is adept at combining management objectives with technology, creating strategies and directions with focuses on realistic solutions. He expertly plans and coordinates detailed tasks in line with quality standards, within established

Educational Development Manager's Profile

Profile of Dr King CHONG Dr King CHONG possesses over 15 years of professional experience in quality assurance and quality enhancement of higher education, earned from the statutory quality assurance agency, UGC-funded universities (PolyU, HKBU and Lingnan), self-financing university (OUHK) and tertiary education institutions (e.g. HKU SPACE). During his over 5-year working at the then Hong Kong Council for Academic Accreditation (HKCAA) (now the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of

Use of uReply in an Introductory IT Course

Use of uReply in an Introductory IT Course Dr. Wendy Hui, Associate Professor of Computing and Decision Sciences taught an introductory IT course titled Information Systems Managementin Term 2 of academic year 2018-19. The course was a core course designed for all students in the Business faculty. The topics covered included the use of IT in modern businesses, data analytics and business intelligence as well as the strategic implications of

Utilising uReply to Enhance Students Through a Blended Learning Approach

Utilising uReply to Enhance Students Through a Blended Learning Approach Photo: CLE 9019 Dr. Han and Students from Legal System of the PRC 2018-2019 Dr. Helen Han Peng, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Accountancy, has continuously looked for approaches to incorporate effective and innovative teaching methods to enhance students learning and stimulate students’ interests in law. UReply, designed by CUHK, is a web-based classroom response system (CRS) to use with

Using Interactive Mobile Technology in a Translation Class

Using Interactive Mobile Technology in a Translation Class Dr Tang Kin-Ling taught an undergraduate course Introduction to Translation (E-C) in Semester 2, 2018/19 using the mobile technology uReply. The introductory course aims to introduce the general principles of translation from English into Chinese and general translation theories. Since the course is a core requirement for BA Programme in Translation, most of the students are translation majors, while the others choose

Advancing Blended Learning @ Lingnan to a New Stage

Advancing Blended Learning @ Lingnan to a New Stage This project aims to promote an effective blending of face-to-face and online modes in courses from the three Faculties. The strengths of each mode could be maximised.  Initially, mini online courses on blended learning for teachers and students respectively will be designed and developed by TLC. Eventually, mini courses will be developed for interested colleagues preferably partnering with the interested institutions