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Release of Individual Results for a 3-Year Longitudinal Study (2010-2013)

Date: 
Monday, 5 August, 2013 (All day)

In Fall 2010, about 400 students were recruited to participate in a 3-year longitudinal study which investigates how student learning and outcomes are affected by assessment and other factors. During the study, participants were invited to complete various questionnaires and tests. Some of them were also randomly selected and invited to share their views in some focus group discussions.

Call for Proposals for Innovative Teaching Development Projects - Academic Year 2013/2014

Date: 
Friday, 7 June, 2013 - 09:00

Funded by the Office of the Provost, HKUST

Is it time for an innovative change in your teaching?

Bringing overseas (or even local) guest speakers into your class/seminar

Having difficulties in organizing a seminar with an overseas or local speaker?

Too many limitations on scheduling, venue, logistics or budget?

Why not hold an e-Seminar through the Virtual Classroom either completely online
or with the guest online and the students in the lecture theater?

 

Web Conferencing Features

CELT Research Project – 8th Data Collection (May 2013)

Date: 
Thursday, 30 May, 2013 (All day)

This data collection invites participants of CELT Research Project to tell us about their learning experience in a course they have studied during the period of February – May 2013. Participants should have received our email about the details of this data collection. Please read the following instructions and complete SIX short surveys accordingly.

Enriching Meetings with Your International Research Group: Beyond Skype Video Conferencing

Are you a member of an international research group?

Do you want to make your regular meetings with your international research group members more productive?

Why not try out the Virtual Classroom system with a wide variety of web-based interactive conferencing functions?
Reaching and engaging with your research colleagues anytime anywhere.

 

Web Conferencing Features

CELT Longitudinal Study - 7th Data Collection (Dec 2012)

Date: 
Thursday, 27 December, 2012 (All day)

This data collection invites participants of CELT Longitudinal Study to tell us about their learning experience in a course they have studied during the period of September - December 2012. Participants should have received our email about the details of this data collection. Please read the following instructions and complete SIX short surveys accordingly.

Introducing Alumni Survey 2013

Date: 
Monday, 24 December, 2012 (All day)

Background

In 2009, with the enthusiastic support of our alumni, the University completed a highly successful large-scale survey which collected very useful data from over 2000 graduates.  We are about to launch another large-scale alumni survey and we look forward to the enthusiastic support of our alumni. 

Objectives

This survey, as a continuation of the 2009 study, aims to probe into the following three important issues relating to our graduates' work experience:

Call for Proposals for Innovative Teaching Development Projects - Academic Year 2012/2013

Date: 
Tuesday, 11 December, 2012 (All day)

Funded by the Office of the Provost, HKUST

Is it time for an innovative change in your teaching?

Recording PRS Responses in LMES

Date: 
Tuesday, 18 September, 2012 - 09:37

We are pleased to announce that the HKUST Learning Management and Evaluation System (LMES) and the Personal Response System (PRS) are now integrated so that you can have an option to record student responses of a PRS activity in the LMES.

Research Skills Development Programs - Equip to be Effective Doctoral Researchers!

Date: 
Friday, 7 September, 2012 - 09:34

New Online Mode of Delivery

Allows flexibility to suit your schedule

Complementary to departmental program training

Pave your way to success at your own pace!

Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching (CELT) is pleased to introduce to you the new online Research Skills and Research Integrity Development Programs. These online courses intend to complement your departmental training to equip you to be effective doctoral researchers!

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