Programme Overview
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Time Venue: 10F International Conference Room Chen-Xi Building
08:30-09:30 Registration / Venue: outside 10F International Conference Room Chen-Xi Building
09:30-09:35 Welcoming Speech 1 : NTUB President Ruay-Shiung Chang
09:35-09:45 Group Photo & Welcome by eLFA2018 Program Committee
09:45-10:30 Keynote Session 1 : Professor Hiroaki Ogata
Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies Graduate School of Informatics at Kyoto University, Japan
Topic: Toward User-Centered Leaning Analytics in Higher Education
Moderator : Professor Gwo-Jen Huang
10:30-11:00 Break / Venue: 10F International Conference Room Chen-Xi Building
Venue: 4F(405) Chen-Xi Building Venue: 5F(505) Chen-Xi Building Venue: 5F(502) Chen-Xi Building
12:30-13:40 Lunch / Venue: 5F Chen-Xi Building
13:40-14:25 Plenary Session 1 : Dr. Daniel Tan
Chairman, eLearning Forum Asia
Topic: Education 2020: Response to Future Challenges
Moderator : Professor An-Chi Liu
15:55-16:15 Break / Venue: 5F Chen-Xi Building
17:45-18:00 Wrap-up and Day 1 Closing / Venue: 10F International Conference Room Chen-Xi Building
18:00-19:00 Pre-Gala Dinner Break
19:00-21:00 Gala Dinner / Venue: NTUH International Convention Center (No.2, Xuzhou Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City 10055, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Yue Kee Wong
1 Tosh Yamamoto, Meilun Shih and Masaki Watanabe What is the Educators’ Mission for the Future Students? - Scenario Planning of Educational Design Targeting at the Singularity Era
9 Wee Leong Lee and Yue Kee Wong A Single Source Publishing Approach to Develop eLearning Content with DITA
17 Liang Jinming Preparing Students for the Future :CDIO Approach to the 3D Printing Course in Secondary School
25 Suiqing Gu Media Convergence and eLearning for the Future
33 Christopher Pang, Eddie Yeou, Christian Chia and Xiu'Er Chuang Preparing Future-Ready Graduates through Personalised, Self-Determined Technology-Integrated Learning
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Kevin Chan
6 Hsin Huang and Gwo-Jen Hwang Effects of an Interactive E-book of Admission Nursing Orientation on Patients’ Anxiety, Cognitive Load and Technology Acceptance
8 Loreta Dayco An Assessment of the Acceptability of UMED Online Among Physicians
30 Pauline Leong Hong Hu and Yuchan Liu The Impact of Using Mobile Administrative Platform (MAP): Nursing Lecturers Experience in Clinical Posting
75 Kevin Chan, George Cheung and Kelvin Wan Learners’ Engagement with Clickers : Attention and EEG Alpha Waves in Blended Learning with Students’ Response System (SRS)
79 Kendall Yan, Eva Wong and Theresa Kwong Pedagogical Use of Lecture Capture
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Gail Wilson
10 Na Li, Roland Sherwood and James Wilson Implementing Open Source Educational Technologies at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
16 Percia Secreto Maximizing the Potentials of QR Code as an Innovative Tool for Learner Support in an Open and Distance eLearning (ODeL) Environment
39 Fedor Duzhin Learning in Teams: Peer Evaluation for Fair Assessment of Individual Contributions
53 Gail Wilson and Caroline Steel Toward Future Ready Graduates: Co-designing a Digital Resource to Change Academics' Assessment Practices
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Eva Wong
3 Qing-Ke Fu and Gwo-Jen Hwang Advancement and Research Trends of Game-based Learning Studies in the Rich-technology Era
20 Bernardo Yuk-Wang Wong, Ivy Ming Lu, Jared Jia-Wei Tu and Paul Lai-Chuen Lam Technology-facilitated Gamification in School Classrooms
23 Martin Lau, Isaac Chan, Theresa Kwong and Eva Wong Deploying Challenge-Based Games for Student Learning: An Initial Report from Hong Kong Baptist University
65 Sornkanok Vimolmangkang, Taksina Chuanasa and Anuchai Theeraroungchaisri Game-based Learning for Botany Course: Opportunities and Challenges
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Peter Duffy
18 Gwo-Jen Hwang, Ching-Jung Chung and Chiu-Lin Lai Impacts of the Prepare Your Own Device and Determination (PYOD) Approach on Mobile Learning Participation Time and Self-efficacy of High School Teachers and Students
32 Kexing Dai, Matthew Steven Laidler and Clayton Austin Enhancing Student In-Class Engagement with the Echo360 Active Learning Platform: A Pilot Study at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
38 Kit Ying Rebecca Lee, Minghui Daisy Chen and Yat Nam Bernard Ng How to Make a “most suitable” Courseware for Students? Let Them Design!
64 Archimedes David Student Engagement And Learning With Mobile Learning Technologies In Higher Education Classes
77 Peter Duffy CONTEXT is KING – Explorations of a Multifaceted Approach to Professional Development
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Alice Shiu
7 Pradeep Garg and Rahul Garg Understanding Land Surveying Practicals in Virtual Environment
11 Man Sing Wong, Roy Kam, Coco Y.T. Kwok, Guanjing Xiong, Keru Lu and Kimberly Anne Sheen Development of Location-based Driven Application for Innovative and Technology-assisted Learning and Teaching Practices
31 Weixu Qian, Liangliang Yi and Yuqi Dong Development and Application of Micro Videos for Conceptual Change in Grade 8's Physics Class
71 Qingnian Chen An Interdisciplinary Model of Arts, Mathematics and Science Education in the Era of Information Technology
78 Alice Shiu, Joseph Chow and Judith Watson The Effectiveness of Learning Undergraduate Economics with Animated Videos: A Quasi-experiment
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Jorry Dharmawan
37 Kuei-Chen Chiu, Yueh-Min Huang and Tao-Hua Wang A Text Mining for Affective Terms in Dream Log on Discussion Platform with the Counseling of Emotions and Management of Stress Course of General Education
46 Jorry Dharmawan, Siti Noorbaiyah Abdul Malek and Junqi Zou Integration of Case Study with Technology Enhanced Learning as a Tool in Teaching Complex Modules
52 Charisse Reyes Comparison of Various Practices in Teaching Chemistry in Face-to-Face Mode and in an Online Learning Environment
62 Min Guo A Pilot Study of Mobile Assisted Language Learning Based on Wechat
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Paul Horng-Jyh Wu
21 Lisa Law Examining RPg Students’ Learning Performance by Flipping a Classroom with SPOC – Pilot Study
28 John Wai-Man Yuen, Ian Brown, Yoyo Yan, Josephine Lau and William Wai-Nam Tsang Lesson Learned From A Large Class-size Flipped Classroom: Student Mindset and Misconception
34 Brian Lee Mobile Apps for Learning: Boon or Bane?
35 Paul Horng-Jyh Wu, Hong Lie Toh, Stephen Wee Kiat Low and Chee Shin Yeo Scaffolding Flipped Programming Laboratory
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Siao-Cing Guo
41 Xiaohong Li The Practice of the “Flipped Class Model” in the English Class for Graduate Students
47 Siao-Cing Guo Comparing the Effects of Learners' Performance, Motivation, & Usefulness between YouTube and Educational Video Learning Platform
49 Jie Guo and Ray-I Chang Deep Learning for Adaptability of English Curriculum Material
50 Simon Wang, Peggy Lai and Louisa Wong Automatic Generation of Transcripts of Student English Presentations Using YouTube for Teaching Academic Speaking
73 Xin Huang A Probe into an “Internet+” Based Teaching Model for English Continuation Task
Time Venue: 10F International Conference Room Chen-Xi Building
08:30-09:30 Registration / Venue: outside 10F International Conference Room Chen-Xi Building
09:30-10:15 Keynote Session 2 : Professor Hong Hocheng
President of National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Topic: Crossing-Border Journey of E-Learning in Higher Education
Moderator : Professor Ruay-Shiung Chang
10:15-10:45 Break / Venue: outside 10F International Conference Room Chen-Xi Building
10:45-11:30 Plenary Session 2 : Professor Ping-Cheng Yeh
Director, MOOC, NTU
Dept. Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Topic: Gamification + Peer-to-Peer Teaching & Learning
Moderator : Dr. David Shia
11:30-12:30 Lunch / Venue: 5F Chen-Xi Building
Venue: 4F(405) Chen-Xi Building Venue: 5F(505) Chen-Xi Building Venue: 5F(502) Chen-Xi Building
15:30-16:00 Break / Venue: 5F Chen-Xi Building
17:30 Closing Ceremony / Venue: 10F International Conference Room Chen-Xi Building
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Kit Man Chung
36 Kit Man Chung The Feasibility of Using Blended Learning via MOOC Learning Platform in Vocational and Professional Education and Training (VPET): A Case Study of Higher Diploma in Surveying
45 Jingxin Wang, Shuai Yuan and Guodong Zhao The Influence of Blended Teaching mode based on MOOC on College Students ' Learning Effectiveness
58 Roja Rivera eJournaling: Reflective Writing in Online Learning
59 Ana Katrina Marcial User Acceptance of a Graphic Design Software in and for Online Education
72 Nien-Lin Hsuehx The Design and Implementation of a MOOCs Data Analysis System
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Teresa Chen
13 Teresa Chen A Framework for Evaluating Critical Thinking Apps
27 Tee Seng Lim New Detective Tool to Tell What Students Are Thinking in Class
44 Supakarn Chamni, Taksina Chuanasa and Sornkanok Vimolmangkang Use of Social Media to Motivate Academic Inquiry and Discussion for Developing of Critical Thinking
66 Jaitip Nasongkhla, Thanyaporn Chiasiriphan and Supadaech Chanjaradwichai AR Marker-Based Assessment as Learning for an Analytical Thinking
76 Long-Sheng Lin and Tsai-Fei Lin Social Media as Digital Companionship: Scaffolding in the E-Learning Context
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Warren Linger
51 Chun-Yu Chu and Lu-Mei Wang Knowledge Networking in MOOC Development: A Case Study in Taiwan
55 Warren Linger Using Mail Autoresponders to Improve Learning Interaction: Automatically Email Reminders and Assignments to Students, a Pilot Study
56 Ming-Chi Liu, Chen-Hsiang Yu and Anchi Liu Research Trends in Learning Analytics of MOOCs
57 Rameses De Jesus Video-Conferencing as a Transactional Online Learning Activity
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Susan D'Aloia
14 Grace Angel, Rafika Ramli and Yvonne Lau Flipped Classroom through the Use of MyConnexion in Nursing Simulation: A Sharing of Best Practices in Pedagogies of Digitalization
15 Siu Wo Tarloff Im, Lin Li, Pit Ho Patrio Chiu and Michelle Ng Appreciate The Features Of Ancient Cultural Heritage Through Immersive Virtual Reality Learning
29 Susan D'Aloia eLearning in Times of Disruption: Opportunities for Learner Self-regulation
74 Pei-Yu Cheng, Xiaozhe Yang, Lin Lin, Yueh-Min Huang and Youqun Ren How Does Virtual Reality Affect Creative Processes? A Comprehensive View of Multidimensional Data Approach
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Zhaoyue Liu
12 Chye Seng Lee and Lung Ting Chiu Enriching Students’ Learning Experience through Innovative Mobile Apps
40 Ran Wei, Jing Zhang, Clayton Austin and Kam-Loon Fow The Development of a 360-Video Chemistry Laboratory Safety Training
42 Ho Chi Eric Chow, Wanzhu Li, Kangning Ren and Han Sun Development of a Mobile Application for Lead(II) Ions Detection and Active Learning in Chemistry
43 Zhaoyue Liu, Christopher Keyes, Eric H. C. Chow and Wanzhu Li The Use of Mobile Apps to Solve Pedagogical Problems and Promote Coding Education
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Sze Kiu Yeung
2 Sze Kiu Yeung Student Learning Patterns and Page Views Data
26 Aciang Iku-Silan and Gwo-Jen Hwang Effects of Cultural Background on Sediments' Learning Performances and Perceptions in Different Learning Contexts
48 Wei-Ting Wang and Ray-I Chang Using Word Vector Encoding to Assist Curriculum Material Design for Interdisciplinary Learning
82 Susan D'Aloia Transforming Your Existing LMS into a Digital Learning Environment
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Brian O'Dwyer
4 Ronnie Shroff, Fridolin Ting, Ian Brown and Carter Lam Development and Validation of an Instrument to Measure Students’ Perceptions of Technology-Enabled Active Learning
22 Amy Lee Trailing Culture and Texts: Teaching Academic Integrity to Students in the Humanities Using an App
60 Sen Wu and Larry K.B. Li An Online Peer-learning Platform to Support Undergraduate Education in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
69 Brian O'Dwyer Impact of Enhanced Technology for Team-based Learning
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Kannika Swanpotipan
61 Kannika Swanpotipan, Sirikanya Phongtongjalearn, Tannee Poomyou and Kuntinee Maneeratana Kahoot Experiences in a Very Large Class
63 Thanyarat Singhanat, Thanawich Bupphaves and Kuntinee Maneeratana Initial Experiences and Concerns from Exams with Internet Access
67 Brian O'Dwyer Utilizing Technology Enhanced Team-based Learning Data to Analyze Student Performance, Predict Student Outcomes and Optimize Learning Outcomes
54 Warren Linger Split Test with Learning and Teaching Material Effectiveness: Using eWorkbooks to Enable Split Testing to Optimize Materials
Session No. Authors Title
Session Chair:
Karen Coles
24 Ivy Ming Lu, Bernardo Yuk-Wang Wong, Jared Jia-Wei Tu and Paul Lam Crazy for It, Bored with It: What Sustains Students’ Motivation to Learn Using iPads in Hong Kong Schools?
70 Didi Suherdi Helping Adolescent Learners Take Good Advantages of Being ICT Native Users for Effective Learning
81 Karen Coles and Kevin Hoyle Instructor Dashboard
68 Brian O'Dwyer Implementing Team-based Learning in an Online Synchronous Environment for a Career Skills Workshop
Time Venue: Chen-Xi Building 4F (405) Venue: Administrative Building 5F (A505)
09:00-12:00 Post-Event Workshop

Canvas:Julian Yballe and Colt Kwong

Scale that works! Augmenting teaching and learning with technology to provide Quality Education at Scale
Blackboard Registration and Management -- Servicing 21st Century learners

Presenter: Azel Low

Brief Description:
In today's digital economy, Institutions must adapt quickly to the growing and evolving skill sets demanded of the workforce. In this session, we look at the challenges and opportunities of Institutions trying to scale their portfolio and allow learners to enrol for Online, Blended and Face to Face courses.