The BOLT Seminar: Blended Learning in Hong Kong
The Blended & Online Learning & Teaching (BOLT) Project is a UGC-funded collaboration in which participating Hong Kong tertiary institutions look at developing online teaching and learning in Hong Kong. The project includes multiple different approaches, ranging from initiatives within a particular institution – such as The Education University of Hong Kong’s grassroots approach to developing blended learning in a faculty, and Baptist University’s Faculty Professional Development Series of workshops – to more central elements, such as the BOLT foundation course, led by Hong Kong Polytechnic University and open to teachers from all participating universities.
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This 15-day course will lead you through design considerations and implementation skills for e-learning at three different scales.
- Convert lecturing portions of traditional face-to-face course into video-lectures and design assessment components
- Plan “face time” activities to enhance achievement of intended learning outcomes
- Describe the utilities of learning analytics in enhancing learning effectiveness
Date: 31 May 2016 (Tuesday)
Time: 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Venue: Room 321, Run Run Shaw Building, (Main Campus), HKU
Prof. Lim Cher Ping (HKIEd)
Mr. Darren Harbutt (PolyU)
Asst. prof. Veronika Schoeb (PolyU)
Mr. David Watson (PolyU)