Education 2.9 Cyberport – “A leading ICT hub in Asia-Pacific Region” & WTIA – “Mobility Experience Center (MEC) for e-Learning”
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By Ms. Winnie Wong, Head of Marketing, HK Cyberport Management Company Limited & Ms. Leona Wong, Executive Director, HK Wireless Technology Industry Association (WTIA)

By Ms. Winnie Wong, Head of Marketing, HK Cyberport Management Company Limited & Ms. Leona Wong, Executive Director, HK Wireless Technology Industry Association (WTIA)

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Education 2.9 Cyberport – “A leading ICT hub in Asia-Pacific Region” & WTIA – “Mobility Experience Center (MEC) for e-Learning” Education 2.9 Cyberport – “A leading ICT hub in Asia-Pacific Region” & WTIA – “Mobility Experience Center (MEC) for e-Learning” Presentation Transcript

  • +Welcome to the Creative DigitalCommunity - Cyberport
  • + Community & Partner Support for 2 Schools in HK Arrange featured / themed community visits at Cyberport, such as “green community tour”, “ ICT-as- career tour”, for students to learn. Content enhancement: Mobility Experience Centre, 2D to 3D conversion demo at TC, startup company founder sharing for students to experience. Partner with Hong Kong Computer Society, arrange esteemed ICT elite to offer career talks to higher level secondary school students. Partner with LEAD Centre or other partners, NGOs to arrange themed visits during festive seasons, such as Christmas Innovation Carnival @Cyberport, Summer Robotic Workshop @Cyberport. Green community tour
  • + 3 ICT Events @ Cyberport for students to attend Cyberport offers sponsorship fund to sponsor IT and digital content related meetings, competitions, conferences and activities organized by outside parties and held at Cyberport venues.
  • + HK Youth 3D Animation Competition 2013 4  6th annual competition  Tentative theme: 「我的英雄」  More categories, more awards, more participants  Nominate winners / finalists to local or international awards  Leverage on Technology Centre – provide 3D cloud rendering service  Add S3D stream for secondary school
  • +HK Youth 3D Animation Competition Final Judging and Prize Presentation Ceremony last year  512 students / 63 primary & secondary schools participated the Competition Finalists were presenting their works and ideas to 9 judges Winners were sharing the techniques and experience 5
  • + Hong Kong Youth Science and Technology Invention 6 Competition 2013 (香港青少年科技創新大賽) • Co-organize with Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association Science Innovation Centre • Largest and most popular science competition in HK annually • Nearly 8,000 applicants from over 400 schools participating • Kindergarten, primary and secondary school students and teachers • Categories: Science Fiction Drawing, Invention, Research, Science and Technology Practical Activity • Nominate winners / finalists to other national and international science contests
  • + 7Hong Kong International Science Fair  Co-organized with the Hong Kong Innovative Technology and Education Association in the fall of 2013  Promoting professional excellence in innovation, also intercultural dialogue and cooperation, through the involvement of students and teachers from many different countries.  With a theme “Be Innovative, Be Energetic”, a total of 1,275 participants attended this 2-day fair, including 58 qualified teams (around 180 students) from 22 countries in 2012
  • +4th Hong Kong Digital Game Development 8Competition • Theme: Games for Change – Healthy Living • Application Deadline  30 March 2013 • Submission Deadline  17 June 2013 • Officially announced  14 December 2012 during the Meetup Tea Gathering
  • + HK Joint School Electronics & Computer Society 9 “Techignite Social Light”  Encourages student participants to brainstorm innovative social technology or invention, in a practical approach  Whole-year programme: Annual Visit Hong Kong Outstanding IT-School Award 2013 3rd HKJSECS Debate Tournament HK DSE ICT Seminars Joint School Short Film Production Exchange Programme 24th Hong Kong Joint School Electronics and Computer Exhibition
  • + Very First Unique Exhibition Centre in Asia Pacific Region! Enhancing e-Learning experience at Mobility Experience Centre Open in April
  • + About MEC  Mobility Experience Centre (MEC) will be opened for visitors from local and overseas to experience the use of the innovative applications and know more about up-to-date technologies. To demonstrate Hong Kong as a mobility hub To provide the general public a unique experience To close technology gaps To create business opportunities
  • + Different Zones at MEC e-Learning Zone  Able to cater for class room activities or seminars for 30-35 students and can be converted to an activity corner for training and meeting purposes. Visual and Game Zone  A fun corner that visitors can take photos here and upload them to social media. There will be latest mobile devices or applications ready for visitors to play with.
  • + Different Zones at MEC Audio Zone  For visitors to download songs and enjoy the music right away. Also they can create their own lyrics. Lifestyle Zone  Products or applications to provide real life- like experience to visitors via the latest mobile device. “Made in Hong Kong” Zone  Specialized for outstanding products or applications designed by local developers and vendors. A miniature “design gallery (TDC)” that focus on wireless products.
  • + Features of e-Learning Web-based Students initiative learning e-Learning Access information Interaction and easily collaborationSource: Jobe, W. (2011). The future of e-learning: interaction, collaboration and individualization with HTML5. In Proceedings of World Conference onE-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011, 1963-1971.Tsai, M. J. (2009). The Model of Strategic e-Learning: Understanding and Evaluating Student eLearning from Metacognitive Perspectives . EducationalTechnology & Society, 12 (1), 34–48.
  • + Reason of visiting MEC Enhancing e-Learning experience at MECUniqueness Learning in a Get latest Future• Very First One- Different Way technology Development Stop •Learn while information • Different Experience • Learn and gain seminars will be playing held for students Centre for knowledge by to learn about the public to learn, playing games, ICT industry •Out-of- play, and have apps, listening fun classroom to music etc • Students can have learning through the interaction experience wireless with professional technology speakers from the industry
  • + Event Brief of MEC Grand Opening  Date & Time: 20th -21st April, 2013 (Saturday and Sunday)  Location: Ocean View Court (The Arcade), Cyberport  Theme: “Old Hong Kong”  Five Themed Zones : e-Learning Zone, Made in Hong Kong Zone , Audio Zone, Lifestyle Zone, Visual and Game Zone Day 1 Day 2 Seminar Business Networking Session Press MEC Touring Opening Ceremony of MEC Game Booths Live band performance Mini-Exhibition Game booths Mini-Exhibition
  • Hong Kong Wireless Technology CentreContact: 2989 9163/ contact@hkwdc.org