Exploring Teachers’ Adoption of iPads in Higher Education: Case Studies at the University of Hong Kong

CHURCHILL, Daniel (The University of Hong Kong)
WANG, Tianchong (The University of Hong Kong)

Time:
10 May (Fri), 11:10-11:30
Venue:
MWC405-406
Sub-theme:
New Literacies and Transformative Learning Environments
Presentation format:
Paper Presentations
Medium of instruction:
English 英語

Abstract

This paper reports on an ongoing qualitative study with multiple cases attempting to investigate how higher education teachers adopt TouchPads in their teaching practice and how their perceptions change through the process. This ongoing 18 month long study is joined by 9 participants from different faculties at the University of Hong Kong. The outcomes will contribute to our understanding teachers’ private theories that may impact the integration of TouchPad technology in their teaching practice. The study will also contribute to the articulation of a model for effective support of teachers and application of TouchPad technology in higher education.

 

 

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Daniel CHURCHILL’s biography

Dr. Daniel Churchill is an Associate Professor and the Head of the Division of Information & Technology Studies in the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong. Churchill specialises in areas of educational technology, instructional design, e-learning and multimedia. His experience involves classroom and online teaching, instructional design, multimedia design and academic staff development. He has strong interests in teacher professional development, technology integration in education, e-learning, learning objects, student-centred learning environments, Web 2.0 in education, mobile learning, learning objects, and active lessons.

Tianchong WANG’s biography

Mr. Tianchong Wang is currently a research assistant at the University of Hong Kong, where he previously received an MSc (Information Technology in Education) degree. Prior to this, he obtained a BA (Hons) in TESL from BNU-HKBU United International College. He has a background in the field of Information & Communication Technologies (ICT), with many years of field experience. He has received a series of professional qualifications, including MCP, MCSA, MCSE, MCDBA, MCTS, MCITP, ACSP, ACTC, and THXCP. Wang is also a passionate educator and researcher. He is a member of IEEE, HKERA, and HAAL. His research interests include Educational Technology, especially Web 2.0 e-learning and mobile learning.

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