e-Learning at HKUCITERS 2010 Forum on e-Learning integration into HE - challenges and strategies<br />Man-Chi Pong<br />As...
The University of Hong Kong<br />2011 – Centenary Celebrations<br />
   HKU	<br />Comprehensive University<br />10 Faculties <br />Graduate School<br />School of Professional and Continuing E...
1998<br />Digital University – enhance network infrastructure<br />4000 ACcess Everywhere network (ACEnet) connection poin...
Learning Management Systems (LMS) managed by the Computer Centre<br />1998 – WebCT 1.0<br />in a decade, WebCT version 1, ...
LMS managed by other departments (1)<br />2001 – ILN (Interactive Learning Network)<br />built by the Centre for IT in Edu...
LMS managed by other departments (2)<br />1998 – FIT (Foundations to IT) e-learning system<br />built by the Department of...
LMS support activities provided by Computer Centre<br />Manage WebCT infrastructure, application, interfaces, technical pr...
LMS support activities not provided by Computer Centre<br />More advanced, in-depth LMS courses<br />Better central admini...
Current & Near Future<br />e-learning everywhere<br />More WiFi access points on campus<br />Over 850 installed<br />1,300...
Strategic Direction<br />Develop a HKU Strategic Direction for Blended/Flexible Learning<br />Develop a 3-5 year Action Pl...
e-Learning Working Group<br />Members from <br />academic departments<br />Centre for IT in Education (CITE)<br />Centre f...
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Leading e-Learning Integration in Higher Education: Challenges and Strategies

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4 March 2010 (Thursday) | 09:00 - 12:30 | HKU | http://citers2010.cite.hku.hk/abstract/3 | Dr. M.C. PONG, Associate IT Director, Computer Centre, HKU

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  • 1.  The e-learning services and resources (human and technical) provided at each institution at different levels of responsibility- university central (units involved) and at faculty and departmental levels 2. The (actual or proposed) Learning Management System supported centrally by the university 3. The leadership/management structure for e-Learning in the institution
  • 3. The leadership/management structure for e-Learning in the institution1) What contextual considerations and key factors influenced the decision-making in your organization in arriving at the current e-Learning arrangements?2) What models and processes did your institution follow in e-Learning decision-making?3) What were the key lessons learnt?4) If you were to give one piece of advice to others, what would it be?
  • 3. The leadership/management structure for e-Learning in the institution1) What contextual considerations and key factors influenced the decision-making in your organization in arriving at the current e-Learning arrangements?2) What models and processes did your institution follow in e-Learning decision-making?3) What were the key lessons learnt?4) If you were to give one piece of advice to others, what would it be?
  • Leading e-Learning Integration in Higher Education: Challenges and Strategies

    1. 1. e-Learning at HKUCITERS 2010 Forum on e-Learning integration into HE - challenges and strategies<br />Man-Chi Pong<br />Associate IT Director<br />The University of Hong Kong Computer Centre<br />(mcpong@hku.hk) March 2010<br />
    2. 2. The University of Hong Kong<br />2011 – Centenary Celebrations<br />
    3. 3. HKU <br />Comprehensive University<br />10 Faculties <br />Graduate School<br />School of Professional and Continuing Education (HKU SPACE)<br />
    4. 4. 1998<br />Digital University – enhance network infrastructure<br />4000 ACcess Everywhere network (ACEnet) connection points & pilot WiFi network<br />HKU Notebook Computer Programme<br />Subsidy for full-time freshmen to own a notebook computer<br />Requires IT proficiency before graduation<br />Foundations to IT (FIT) course & IT proficiency exam.<br />Learning Management System<br />
    5. 5. Learning Management Systems (LMS) managed by the Computer Centre<br />1998 – WebCT 1.0<br />in a decade, WebCT version 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8<br />2008 – WebCT 8 <br />= Blackboard learning system Vista 8 Enterprise<br />
    6. 6. LMS managed by other departments (1)<br />2001 – ILN (Interactive Learning Network)<br />built by the Centre for IT in Education (CITE)<br />use by the Faculty of Education and some departments<br />1999-2001 – SOUL (HKU SPACE Online Universal Learning)<br />built & use by HKU SPACE<br />
    7. 7. LMS managed by other departments (2)<br />1998 – FIT (Foundations to IT) e-learning system<br />built by the Department of Computer Science<br />for students in FIT courses & IT Proficiency tests<br />2006 – OSF (Open Source Portfolio), part of Sakai<br />for students building e-Portfolio in some English Centre courses <br />Some other systems managed by departments or instructors<br />e.g. Moodle (including earlier versions)<br />
    8. 8. LMS support activities provided by Computer Centre<br />Manage WebCT infrastructure, application, interfaces, technical problems<br />auto-creation of student accounts<br />Provide training<br />regular basic & advanced courses <br />at departments on request<br />Help Desk (staff and students)<br />
    9. 9. LMS support activities not provided by Computer Centre<br />More advanced, in-depth LMS courses<br />Better central administration<br />Tutorial group registration<br />Upload of course materials<br />Integration of plagiarism tools<br />Integration of social networking tools<br />Customisation and enhancement<br />Instructional Design & Development<br />
    10. 10. Current & Near Future<br />e-learning everywhere<br />More WiFi access points on campus<br />Over 850 installed<br />1,300 being installed<br />Residential halls covered<br />WiFi in town and eduroam institutions<br />Major LMS upcoming:<br />Blackboard 9 <br />Moodle 2<br />
    11. 11. Strategic Direction<br />Develop a HKU Strategic Direction for Blended/Flexible Learning<br />Develop a 3-5 year Action Plan to implement Strategic Direction<br />A Unit/Department accountable for implementation of Action Plan ?<br />Select & implement a single centrally supported LMS<br />
    12. 12. e-Learning Working Group<br />Members from <br />academic departments<br />Centre for IT in Education (CITE)<br />Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning<br />Computer Centre<br />Report to Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching & Learning)<br />Recommendation on LMS<br />
    13. 13. Thank you<br />

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