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Emeritus Professor of Learning Enhancement
Professor Carmel McNAUGHT 麥嘉敏

 
  Address

302, Academic Building No. 1,
Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T.

 
  E-mail carmel.mcnaught@cuhk.edu.hk
 

 

 

 
  • Qualifications
  • Background
  • Research
  • Publications

Qualifications

  • B Sc (hons), Monash University, 1st class in Chemistry
  • Dip Ed, Monash University
  • M Ed, Monash University. Thesis: Cognitive preferences and achievement in chemistry
  • Ph D, University of Natal. Thesis: Learning science at the interface between Zulu and English
Key awards and appointments
  • Visiting Professor in Higher Education, University College London, 2011-
  • Adjunct Professor, Auckland University of Technology, 2013 –
  • Adjunct Professor in the Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, University of Western Australia, 2011–
  • Fellow of the S. H. Ho College, CUHK, 2010 – retirement
  • Fellow of the Association for Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE), 2010
  • Honorary Professor in the School of Information Systems, Deakin University, 2009-2012
  • Adjunct Professor at UNITEC, Auckland, New Zealand, 2001–2007
  • Adjunct Professor at Swinburne University, Australia, 2005–2008
  • External examiner for MSc (Computer-Mediated Communication and Pedagogies) at the University of Mauritius, 2005–2008
  • International Advisory Board member for the School of eEducation at the Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University in the United Arab Emirates, 2008-
  • Visiting Professorial Fellow to RMIT. March 1997 – March 1998
  • Human Sciences Research Council doctoral scholarship, South Africa. 1988
  • A number of best paper awards at international conferences

Background

Carmel joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong in January 2002. She was formerly Head of Professional Development in Learning Technology Services at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. Since the early 1970s, she has worked in teaching and research in higher education in Australasia, southern Africa and Britain in the discipline areas of chemistry, science education, equity in education, second-language learning, eLearning, and higher-education curriculum and policy matters.

Carmel has taught mainly in the Sciences and in Education. Her main expertise relates to curriculum design in the Sciences - both with conventional deliveries and using eLearning. However, she has also taught courses closely allied to the Humanities (Philosophy of Education, and History & Philosophy of Science) and Social Sciences (Comparative Education and Development Studies), and is thus well-placed to work in education development and research across a variety of discipline areas.

She has worked in developing-country contexts and with English second-language learners. She has coordinated and taught Research Methods courses at postgraduate level. She has successfully supervised 12 postgraduate students; and has examined 24 doctoral theses and 10 masters theses.

In recent years she has served on 18 editorial boards of international journals and is a regular reviewer for many other journals. She is well-known as an international speaker (keynotes in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oman, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, Turkey, United Arab Emirates (UAE), UK, and the US). She is active in several professional organizations in the field of computers in education, including being Chair of the ED-MEDIA Conference Steering Committee, run by the Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE) from 2005–2008, and a founding member of the Executive Committee for Global Learn Asia Pacific – Global Conference on Learning and Technology, organized by AACE.

She has served as an accreditor for the Hong Kong Nursing Council; and an auditor for the Hong Kong Quality Assurance Council; was an auditor for the Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA); and is on the Register of Experts for AUQA’s successor, the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). She often works as an External Evaluator for large projects on innovations in teaching and learning, several of which are funded by the Australian Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT)

Research

Research Interests
Current research interests include evaluation of innovation in higher education, strategies for embedding learning support into the curriculum, and understanding the broader implementation of the use of technology in higher education. Some relevant projects, funded by the Australian Government in the late 1990s, are:

PI: Development of a national inventory of computer-based learning and support materials used in university teaching.
Co-I: Staff development in evaluation of technology-based teaching development projects
Co-I: Academics' educational conceptions and the design and impact of computer software in higher education.

Funded projects in Hong Kong include:

As Principal Investigator
1. Principal Coordinator. UGC. Curriculum and other developments: Curriculum and related developments for 3+3+4 planning at CUHK. $HK6,204,312. 2009-2012.
2. PI. UGC-funded TDG. Using eLearning benchmarking as a strategy to foster institutional eLearning strategic planning for the four-year curriculum. $HK500,000. 2009-2012.
3. PI. UGC-funded TDG. The impact of student workload on learning experiences at CUHK. $HK500,000. 2009-2012.
4. PI. UGC-funded TDG. Resource on CUHK Exemplary Teachers discussing their teaching and learning principles and strategies. $HK100,000. 2009.
5. PI. UGC-funded TDG. Development of a conceptual framework for articulating experiential learning using ePortfolios. $HK300,000. 2009.
6. PI. UGC-funded TDG. Further support for the development of RPgs’ capabilities through the teaching activities they engage in. $HK200,000. 2009.
7. (Co-)PI. UGC-funded TDG. Literacies in the humanities: The student voice. $HK1.0M. 2006-2009.
8. PI. UGC-funded TDG. Ensuring that the needs and preferences of students and teachers guide planning for the use of eBooks at CUHK. $HK242,000. 2006-2009.
9. PI. UGC-funded TDG. Aligning an eLearning Service to the needs of programmes. $HK920,000. 2006-2009.
10. PI. UGC-funded TDG. Support for further development of outcomes-based approaches to teaching and learning. $HK730,000. 2006-2009.
11. PI UGC-funded CERG. Understanding the ways in which the design features of educational websites impact on student learning outcomes. $HK462,000 (+ internal grant of $HK59,000). 2005-2007.
13. PI. UGC-funded TDG. Student engagement profiles: A means for tailored pedagogical interventions across all university programs. $HK3.6M (+ internal grant of $HK111,000). 2002-2006.
15. PI. CUHK. Enhancing student learning by understanding and disseminating strategies used by excellent university teachers. $HK250,000. 2002-2004.
16. PI. Tendered project to LEARNet on the design and implementation of a pragmatic evaluation strategy for learning objects. $HK96,000. 2004.
17. Team Leader. Revising learning and teaching materials of the compulsory module of the science & technology curriculum (S4-5). $HK50,000. 2004.
Total: $HK15,324,312

As Co-Investigator
18. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. Supporting mobile teaching and learning at CUHK. $HK700,000. 2009-2012.
19. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. Benchmarks for excellence in teaching and learning: A framework for CUHK undergraduate programmes. $HK500,000. 2009-2012.
20. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. The development of critical thinking skills as a graduate attribute for undergraduate and postgraduate students: A quantitative and qualitative approach. $HK700,000. 2009-2012.
21. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. Transitions and change for the Law students and the Faculty of Law: Reflections on a four-year undergraduate Law degree. $HK500,000. 2009-2012.
22. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. Achieving an outcomes-based approach: Evaluation of web-enriched resources in enhancing baccalaureate-nursing students’ learning of clinical nursing skills. $HK500,000. 2009-2012.
23. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. The development of an OBA assessment model for Science subjects. $HK1,000,000. 2009-2012.
24. Co-I. Internal grant – Nethersole School of Nursing. Achieving an outcomes-based approach: Evaluation of web-enriched resources in enhancing baccalaureate-nursing students’ learning of clinical nursing skills. $HK100,207. 2009-2010.
25. Co-PI. UGC-funded TDG. A survey of students’ perceived needs and requests about eLearning. $ HK150,000. 2009.
26. Co-PI. UGC-funded TDG. Assessing the impact of experiential learning. $HK300,000. 2009.
27. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. Graduate surveys for longitudinal tracking. $HK520,000. 2009
28. Co-I. CityU – Collaborative Learning Research Proposal. Exploration, instantiation and evaluation of social networking for learning support. $HK779,495. 2008-2010.
29. Evaluation Team Leader. Quality Education Fund. The development of student-oriented teaching and learning resources in science and a science enrichment programme for Secondary 3-4 Students. $HK3.5M. 2008-2011.
30. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. Using clickers to enhance teaching and learning: Pilot case studies in Science programmes. $HK400,000. 2008-2009.
31. Consultant in educational design and quality assurance. Education and Manpower Bureau. Production of learning and teaching materials for three modules in the new Senior Secondary Integrated Science Curriculum: E2 Keeping ourselves healthy, E3 Chemistry for world needs, C7 Radiation and us. $HK908,000. 2007-2008.
32. Co-PI. UGC-funded TDG. Promoting the use of the outcome-based approach in Science programmes: Development of learning outcome statements and measurement instruments. $HK1.0M. 2006-2008.
33. Co-PI. UGC-funded TDG. To review and refine a repository of case simulations developed by the Faculty of Medicine and to enable their use in faculty-wide summative assessments of undergraduate medical students. $HK496,341. 2006-2009.
34. Co-PI. UGC-funded TDG. The Law students and the School of Law: Reflections on a four-year undergraduate degree. $HK430,000. 2006-2009.
35. Co-PI. UGC-funded TDG. Achieving Designated Outcomes: measuring the integration of skills-related outcomes into the student learning experience. $HK500,000. 2006-2009.
36. Co-PI. UGC-funded TDG. Support for innovative eLearning strategies: A supplementary platform for new teaching and learning software and objects. $HK129,500. 2006-2009.
37. Evaluation Team Leader. A science enrichment programme for secondary 3-4 students. Quality Education Fund. $HK 2M. 2006-2008.
38. Co-PI. UGC-funded TDG. Engaging science students in the design and enactment of assessment. $HK200,000. 2005-2008.
39. Pedagogy convenor. Quality Education Fund. Case-based learning of high school science subjects to support Learning to Learn. $HK2.82M. 2003-2006.
40. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. Development of a comprehensive web-enabled learning system: A collaborative project based on three domains - New technologies, Site development, and evaluation. $HK5.0M. 2002-2006.
41. Co-I. UGC-funded TDG. The establishment of a Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) program at three HK universities (CUHK, CityU, PolyU). $HK4.0M. 2002-2006.
42. Pedagogy convenor. UGC-funded TDG. Incorporating skills in metacognition and case-based teaching and learning into tertiary physical science education. (CUHK, HKBU, CityU) $HK2.65M. 2002-2005.
Total: $HK29,783,543

Publications

A wide variety of academic publications - 338 in total; including 27 major reports, books, edited books, text books, journal issues and conference proceedings; and 175 refereed book chapters and refereed papers.

Publications since 2000 (updated as at March 2014)
Books and major reports Chapters in books Journal issues
Articles in refereed journals Non-refereed articles Edited volumes of conference proceedings
Fully written papers -
Refereed proceedings
Fully written papers -
Non-refereed proceedings and book reviews
Reports and occasional papers
Additional conference
presentations and workshops (since 2002)
   

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Books and major reports

Phillips, R. A., McNaught, C., & Kennedy, G. E. (2011). Evaluating e-learning: Guiding research and practice. New York & London: Routledge.

Kember, D., & McNaught, C. (2007). Enhancing university teaching: Lessons from research into award-winning teachers. Abington, Oxon: Routledge

Kember, D., Ma, R., McNaught, C., & 18 exemplary teachers. (2006). Excellent university teaching. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.

Ching, H. S., Poon, P. W. T., & McNaught, C.(Eds.). (2006). eLearning and digital publishing. Dordrecht: Springer.

McNaught, C., Phillips, P., Rossiter, D., & Winn, J. (2000). Developing a framework for a usable and useful inventory of computer-facilitated learning and support materials in Australian universities. Evaluations and Investigations Program report 99/11. Canberra: Higher Education Division Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs.

 

Chapters in books

McNaught, C. (2013). Quality audits in Hong Kong: Seeking evidence of quality enhancement. In M. Shah & S. Nair (Eds), External quality audits: Has it improved quality assurance in universities? (pp. 81–98). Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing Limited.

Lam, P., Lo, J., Lee, J., & McNaught, C. (2011). Evaluations of online learning activities based on LMS logs. In A. Azevedo & R. Babo (Eds.), Higher education institutions and learning management systems: Adoption and standardization (pp. 75–93). Hersey, PA: Information Science Reference.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., Kwok, M., & Ho, E. C. L. (2011). Building institutional capacity for the use of social media. In B. White, I. King & P. Tsang (Eds.), Social-media tools and platforms in learning environments: Present and future (pp. 137–152). Heidelberg: Springer. DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-20392-3_8

Lok, B., Fox, R., & McNaught, C. (2011). What values do students in Hong Kong attach to experiential-learning opportunities? In E. O’Doherty (Ed.), Fifth Education in a Changing Environment Conference Book 2009. Critical voices, critical times (pp. 63–80). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Institute.
Republication of paper in D. Leighton & E. O’Doherty (Eds.), (2009). Critical voices, critical times (pp. 47–56), the online proceedings of University of Salford fifth ‘Education in a changing environment’ conference.

McNaught, C. (in press). Using multiple dimensions to map institutional progress in blended learning. In M. Bhattacharya & P. Kommers (Eds.), Handbook of research on managing digital diversity: Socio-technological perspectives. Hersey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Lam, P., Csete, J., & McNaught, C. (2011). Costs of e-learning support: A Hong Kong study of costs for supplemental e-learning and impact on institutional planning. In S. K. Sharma (Ed.), E-adoption and socio-economic impacts: Emerging infrastructural effects (pp. 344–360). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

McNaught, C. (2011). The best of both worlds: Effective hybrid learning designs in higher education in Hong Kong. In R. Kwan, E. Young & B. White (Eds.). ICHL 2011, LNCS 6837 (pp. 1–9). Heidelberg: Springer. Publication of Keynote address at the International Conference on Hybrid Learning 2011. 10–12 August 2011, Hong Kong.

McNaught, C. (2011). Who said Chinese students don’t want to discuss ideas? Strategies for using online forums with Chinese learners. In A. Edmundson (Ed.). Cases on globalized and culturally appropriate e-learning: Challenges and solutions (pp. 25-26). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Jones, J., & McNaught, C. (2011). Learning object evaluation & reuse: A Hong Kong experience. In N. F. Ferrer & J. M. Alfonso. (Eds.). Content management in e-learning (pp. 157-177). Dordrecht: Springer.

McNaught, C. (2010). A Chinese perspective on university teaching awards: Using teaching awards to develop university policy. In P. Tremp (Ed). “Ausgezeichnete lehre!” Lehrpreis an Hochschulen (pp. 57–69). Munster: Waxmann Verlag GmbH.

Williamson, A., Kennedy, D. M., DeSouza, R., & McNaught, C. (2009). Managing intellectual capital and intellectual property within software development communities of practice. In P. F. Taiko (Ed.) Software applications, concepts, methodologies, tools and applications (Vol. IV, pp. 804–816). Reprinted from M. E. Jennex (Ed., 2007) Knowledge management: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications (pp. 3315–3327). Hersey: PA: Information Science Reference. Reprinted from S. Clarke & E. Coakes (Eds., 2006), Encyclopedia of communities of practice in information and knowledge management (pp. 364–374). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Reference.

McNaught, C., & Curtis, A. (2009). Using policy initiatives to support both learning enhancement and language enhancement at a Hong Kong university. In P. Coverdale-Jones & P. Rastall (Eds.). Internationalizing the university: The Chinese context (pp. 85–104). Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

McNaught, C., & Kennedy, D. M. (2008). Bilingual plagiarism in the academic world. In U. Demiray & R. Sharma (Eds.), Ethical practices and implications in distance learning (pp. 320–327). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, ISR.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., & Cheng, K. F. (2008). Using expert reviews to enhance learning designs. In L. Lockyer, S. Bennett, S. Agostinho & B. Harper (Eds.). Handbook of research on learning design and learning objects: Issues, applications and technologies (pp. 243–262). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., Leung, S., & Cheng, K. F. (2008). Evaluating an online module on copyright law and intellectual property. In J. Filipe & J. Cordeiro (Eds.). WEBIST 2007. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing 8 (LNBIP 8) (pp. 292–303). Berlin: Springer-Verlag. Invited republication of: McNaught, C., Lam, P., Leung, S., & Cheng, K. F. (2007). Learning and retention of learning on an online postgraduate module on copyright law and intellectual property. In WEBIST 2007 (pp. 273–278). Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies, Barcelona, Spain, 3–6 March.

McNaught, C. (2008). Information literacy in the 21st century. In L. A. Tomei (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Information Technology Curriculum Integration (EITCI) (pp. 406–412). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Braine, G., & McNaught, C. (2007). Adaptation of the ‘Writing Across Curriculum’ model to the Hong Kong context. In J. Liu (Ed.), English language leaching in China: New approaches, perspectives and standards (pp. 311–328). London: Continuum International Publishing Ltd.

McNaught, C. (2007). E-learning. In D. Kember. Reconsidering open and distance learning for developing societies: meeting students' learning needs (pp. 157-166). London: Routledge Falmer. (Invited chapter)

McNaught, C. (2007). Developing criteria for successful learning repositories. In J. Filipe, J. Cordeiro & V. Pedrosa (Eds.), Web Information Systems and Technologies (pp. 8-18). Dordrecht: Springer.
Invited republication of: McNaught, C. (2006). Are learning repositories likely to become mainstream in education? In WEBIST 2006 (pp. IS9-IS17). Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies, Setubal, Portugal, 11-13 April 2006. Keynote address.

McNaught, C. (2007. Individual & institutional responses to staff plagiarism. In M. Quigley (Ed.). Encyclopedia of information ethics and security (pp. 342-347). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Reference.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., Ong, D., & Lau, L. (2007). Challenges in assessments in a case-based science course. In S. Frankland (Ed.), Enhancing teaching and learning through assessment: Deriving an appropriate model (pp. 256-264). Dordrecht: Springer.

McNaught, C. & Lam, P. (2006). Evaluation of web-supported case-based learning designs. In O. S. Tan (Ed.). Problem-based learning in eLearning breakthroughs (pp. 71-96). Singapore: Thomson Learning.

McNaught, C., Cheng, K. F., & Lam, P. (2006). Developing evidence-based criteria for the design and use of online forums in higher education in Hong Kong. In N. Lambropoulos & P. Zaphiris (Eds.). User-centered design of online learning communities (pp. 161-184). Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., Keing, C., & Cheng, K. F. (2006). Improving eLearning support and infrastructure: An evidence-based approach. In J. O'Donoghue (Ed.). Technology supported learning and teaching: A staff perspective (pp. 70-89). Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

McNaught, C., Poon, P. W. T., & Ching, H. S., (2006). Issues in organizing and disseminating knowledge in the 21st century. In H. S. Ching, P. W. T. Poon & C. McNaught (Eds.). eLearning and digital publishing (pp. 1-10). Dordrecht: Springer.

McNaught, C. (2006). The synergy between information literacy and eLearning. In H. S. Ching, P. W. T. Poon & C. McNaught (Eds.). eLearning and digital publishing (pp. 29-43). Dordrecht: Springer.

Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2006). Evaluating designs for web assisted peer and group assessment. In T. Roberts (Ed.). Self, peer and group assessment in e-learning (pp. 210-244). Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

McNaught, C., & Kennedy, D. M. (2005). Enacting constructivism: Giving teachers and students control of learning environments. In R. C. Sharma, S. Mishra & S. K.Pulist (Eds.). Education in the digital world (pp. 43-65). New Dehli: Viva Books Private Limited.

Ching, H. S., McNaught, C., & Poon, P. W. T. (2005). Effective technology-mediated education for adult Chinese learners. In C. Howard, J. Boettcher, L. Justice, K. Schenk, P.L. Rogers, & G.A. Berg (Eds.), Encyclopedia of distance learning, volume 2 (pp. 724-731). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Reference.

McNaught, C. (2005). Integrating teaching and learning principles with IT infrastructure and policy. In K. Fraser (Ed.). Education development and leadership in higher education. Developing an effective institutional strategy (pp. 108-128). London: Routledge Falmer.

Fallshaw, E., & McNaught, C. (2005). Quality assurance issues and processes relating to ICT-based learning. In S. Fallows & R. Bhanot (Eds.). Quality issues in ICT-based higher education (pp. 23-36). London: RoutledgeFalmer.

Kennedy, D. M., McNaught, C., & Fritze, P. (2004). Conceptual tools for designing and learning. In P. Kommers (Ed.). Cognitive support for learning. Imagining the unknown, pp. 141-154. Amsterdam: IOS Press.

McNaught, C. (2003). The synergy between information literacy and eLearning. In Ching, H. S. & Poon, P. W. T. (Eds).eWorkshops of Strategic Planning and Management for Distance Education Program, pp. 110-163. Taiching, Taiwan: Feng Chia University Press.

McNaught, C. (2003). Walking the tightrope. In H. Edwards, D. Baume & G. Webb (Eds). Case studies in staff and education development, pp. 68-76. In Case Studies in Higher Education Series. London: Kogan Page.

McNaught, C., Kenny, J., Kennedy, P., & Lord, R. (2003). Aligning education and technology: The distributed learning system at RMIT university. In R. C. Geibert & S. Hunter-Harvey (Eds). Web-wise learning: Wisdom from the field, pp. 147-172. Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris.

McNaught, C. (2003). Identifying the complexity of factors in the sharing and reuse of resources. In A. Littlejohn (Ed.).Reusing online resources: A sustainable approach to eLearning, pp. 199-211. London: Kogan Page.

McNaught, C. (2002). Views on staff development about flexible learning. In C. Steeples & C Jones (Eds). Networked learning: Perspectives and issues, pp. 111-124. London: Springer.

McNaught, C. (2000). Technology: The challenge of change. In R. King, D. Hill & B. Hemmings (Eds).University and diversity, pp. 88-102. Wagga Wagga, NSW: Keon Publications.e. In R. King, D. Hill & B. Hemmings (Eds).University and diversity, pp. 88-102. Wagga Wagga, NSW: Keon Publications.

 

Journal issues

McNaught, C., Thomas, K., & Lam, P. (2010) (Eds.). Special Issue on e-learning adoption and diffusion. International Journal of E-Adoption, 2(3).

McNaught, C., & Amory, A. (Eds.). (2006) Special Issue: Multicultural issues in the design of learning technologies. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, 1(3).

McNaught, C., & Gaskell, A. (Eds.). (2005). Special Issue on 'Open learning for development'. Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning, 20(3).

Chan, D., McNaught, C. & Cheng, R. (Eds). (2003). Narratives of teaching and learning in the time of SARS. Education Research Journal, 18(2).

McNaught, C., & Amory, A. (Eds).(2001). Special Issue: Where educator and programmer meet: The architecture of interactive learning environments. Journal of Interactive Learning Research. 12(2/3).

 

Articles in refereed journals

Lam, P., McNaught, C., Lee, J., & Chan, M. (2014). Disciplinary difference in students’ use of technology, experience in using eLearning strategies and perceptions towards eLearning. Computers & Education, 73, 111–120.

McNaught, C., Lok, B., Yin, H., Lee, J. C-K. & Song, H. (2013). Different regions, Diverse classrooms? A study of primary classrooms in China. Asia Pacific Journal of Education.

McNaught, C. (in press). Reflections on designing for learning: Ten ideas from ten studies from ten years of work in a university in Hong Kong. International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design (IJOPCD).

Lam, P., McNaught, C., Lee, J., & Chan, M. (2014). Disciplinary difference in students’ use of technology, experience in using eLearning strategies and perceptions towards eLearning. Computers & Education, 73, 111–120.

Lam, P., Lee, J., Chan, M., & McNaught, C. (2013). SEM model to explain influences of constructivist learning environments on learning. International Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 19(3), 55–73.

McNaught, C. (2012). SoTL at cultural interfaces: Exploring nuance in learning designs at a Chinese university. International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 6(2).

Phillips, R., Kennedy, G., & McNaught, C. (2012). The role of theory in learning technology evaluation research. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 28(7), 1103–1118.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., Chan, E., Yuen, S., & Ho, E. (2012). Cultural aspects of adoption of innovation: A case study with implementing a lecture-recording system in a university in Hong Kong. Journal of the NUS Teaching Academy (JNUSTA), 2(2), 95–108.

Lam, P., Lee, J., & McNaught, C. (2012). Comparing information from focus-group interviews with that obtained by surveys in an ESL environment. European Journal of Education and Educational Psychology (EJEEP). 1(1), 14–36.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., & Cheng, K-F. (2012). Investigating relationships between features of learning designs and student learning outcomes in Hong Kong universities. Educational Technology Research and Development, 60(2) 271–286. DOI: 10.1007/s11423-011-9226-1

McNaught, C., Ng, S. S. W., & Chow, H. (2012). Literacies in the humanities: The student voice. Higher Education Research and Development, 31(2), 139–154. DOI: 10.1080/07294360.2010.542558

Thomas, K., McNaught, C., Wong, K-C., & Li, Y-C. (2011). Early-career academics’ perceptions of teaching and learning in Hong Kong: Implications for professional development. International Journal for Academic Development, 16(3), 257–268. DOI: 10.1080/1360144X.2011.596731

McNaught, C., & Lam, P. (2011). Institutional strategies for the development of confident and competent e-teachers. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning (IJCEELL) 20(3,4,5), 306-323. Special issue: E-competence for lecturers and academic staff.

Lam, P., Lo, J., Yeung, A., & McNaught, C. (2010). Examining diffusion and sustainability of e-learning strategies through weblog data. International Journal of E-Adoption, 2(3), 39–52. Special Issue on e-learning adoption and diffusion.

Kember, D., McNaught, C., Chong, F. C. Y., Paul Lam, P. and Cheng, K. F. (2010). Understanding the ways in which design features of educational websites impact upon student learning outcomes in blended learning environments. Computers & Education, 55, 1183–1192.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.compedu.2010.05.015

Lam, S-L., Yeung, A., Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2010). Creativity and science learning in a science enrichment programme in Hong Kong. The International Journal of Learning, 17(2) 429–438.

McNaught, C., & Lam, P. (2010). Using Wordle as a supplementary research tool. The Qualitative Report, 15(3), 630–643.

Lam, P., Lam, J., & McNaught, C. (2010). How usable are eBooks in an mLearning environment? International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning, 20(1), 6–20. Special Issue: Mobility: Adding flexibility to life-long learning communities.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., Cheng, K-F., Kennedy, D. M., & Mohan, J. B. (2009). Challenges in employing complex eLearning strategies in campus-based universities. International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, 1(4), 266–285.

McNaught, C. (2009). 以促进教与学为目标的质量保障程序设计. 首都经济贸易大学学报, (Journal of Capital University of Economics and Business) 11(5), 16–22. Translation of: McNaught, C. (2009). More than a paper trail: Developing quality assurance processes that enhance teaching and support student learning. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Development of Teachers’ Potentialities, Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing, 10–11 July 2009. Keynote address.

Lam, P., Lam, S-L. Lam, J., & McNaught, C. (2009). Usability and usefulness of eBooks on PPCs: How students’ opinions vary over time. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 25(1), 30–44.
Invited republication of Lam, P., Lam, S-L. Lam, J., & McNaught, C. (2008). Usability and usefulness of eBooks on PPCs: How students’ opinions vary over time. In R. Atkinson & C. McBeath (Eds.). Hello! Where are you in the landscape of educational technology? (pp. 509–519). Proceedings of the 25th annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2008 conference, Deakin University, Melbourne, 30 November – 3 December. Best paper award.

Lam, P., Csete, J., & McNaught, C. (2009). Costs of e-learning support: An investigation across 139 small projects. International Journal of E-Adoption (IJEA) 1(1), 61–75.

Au Yeung, M., Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2009). Student-creation of eCases for clinical reasoning in Pharmacy. Australasian Journal of Peer Learning, 1(1).

Poon, W-Y., McNaught, C., Lam, P., & Kwan, H-S. (2009). Improving assessment methods in university science education with negotiated self- and peer-assessment. Assessment in Education, 16(3), 331–346.

Lin, Z-X, Lam, P., Wong, A., Cen, Z-B., Sun, W-Z., Miao, J-X., & McNaught, C. (2009). New tools for an ancient craft: The use of eCases in Chinese Medicine education. International Journal on E-Learning, 8(3), 331–345.

Lam, P., McNaught, & Cheng (2008). Pragmatic meta-analytic studies: Learning the lessons from naturalistic evaluations of multiple cases. Association of Learning Technologies Journal ALT-J, 16(2), 61–79.

Kember, D., Leung D. Y. P., & McNaught, C. (2008). A workshop activity to demonstrate that approaches to learning are influenced by the teaching and learning environment. Active Learning in Higher Education, 9(1), 43–56.

Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2008). A three-layered cyclic model of e-learning development and evaluation. Journal of Interactive Learning Research. 19(2), 313–329. Invited republication of: Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2006). A three-layered cyclic model of eLearning development and evaluation. In E. Pearson & P. Bohman (Eds.), ED-MEDIA 2006 (pp. 1897–1904). Proceedings of the 18th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Orlando, Florida, 26 June – 1 July. Chesapeake VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

Holroyd, E., & McNaught, C. (2008). The SARS crisis: Reflections of Hong Kong nurses. International Nursing Review, 55, 27–33.

Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2007). Management of an eLearning evaluation project: The e3Learning model. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 18(3), 365-380. Invited republication of: Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2005). Management of an eLearning evaluation project: e3Learning. In G. Richards & P. Kommers (Eds.). ED-MEDIA 2005 (pp. 2261-2268), Proceedings of the 17th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Montreal, Canada, 27 June - 2 July. Norfolk VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., & Cheng, K-F. (2007). Using the design phase of e-learning in higher education as an authentic learning experience for students. International Journal of Learning, 13(12), 101-110.

McNaught, C., & Vogel. D. (2006). The fit between eLearning policy and institutional culture. International Journal of Learning Technology, 2(4), 370-385.

Bain, J. D., & McNaught, C. (2006). How academics use technology in teaching and learning: Understanding the relationship between beliefs and practice. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 22(2), 99-113.

Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2006). Design and evaluation of online courses containing media-enhanced learning materials. Educational Media International, 43(3), 199-217.

McNaught, C., Lau, W. M., Lam, P., Hui, M. Y. Y., & Au, P. C. T. (2005). The dilemma of case-based teaching and learning in science in Hong Kong: Students need it, want it, but may not value it. International Journal of Science Education, 27(9), 1017-1036.

McNaught, C., & Lam, P. (2005). Building an evaluation culture and evidence base for e-learning in three Hong Kong universities. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36(4), 599-614.

Burd, D. A. R., Chiu, T., & McNaught, C. (2004). Screening Internet websites for educational potential in undergraduate medical education. Medical Informatics & The Internet in Medicine, 29(3-4), 185-197.

McNaught, C. (2004). Bridging two worlds: Viewing Australian universities from an Asian location. Malaysian Journal of Distance Education, 6(1), 111-127.

Burd, D. A. R., Chiu, T., & McNaught, C. (2004). Plastic surgery in the undergraduate curriculum: The importance of considering students' perceptions. British Journal of Plastic Surgery, 57(8), 773-779.

McNaught, C., Storey, C., & Leung, S. (2004). Embedding information literacy into the curriculum: A case study of existing practice and future possibilities at a Hong Kong university. Journal of Library & Information Science, 30(1), 5-13.

McNaught, C. (2004). Using narrative to understand the convergence of distance and campus-based learning during the time of SARS in Hong Kong. Educational Media International, 41(3), 183-193. DOI: 10.1080/09523980410001680806

McNaught, C. (2003). Using narrative to explore the relationships between crisis, innovation and pedagogy. Education Research Journal, 18(2), 111-124.

Williamson, A., Kennedy, D. M., McNaught, C., & DeSouza, R. (2003). Issues of intellectual capital and intellectual property in educational software development teams. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 19(3), 339-355.

McNaught, C. (2003). Supporting the global eTeacher. International Journal of Training and Development, 7(4), 1-16. Best Paper Award at eLearnInternational2003. World Conference Edinburgh, 9-12 February.

McNaught, C. (2003). Innovation and change in higher education: Managing multiple polarities. Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education, 7(3), 86-92.

McNaught, C. (2003). What, Why, Who and How of designing for effective online learning. New Zealand Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology,7(1), 68-72. Republished Keynote paper from S. Mann (Ed.).Technology and Innovation: New understanding and influences, pp. 63-71. Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference of the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ), Hamilton, New Zealand, 3-5 July 2002.

McNaught, C., Burd, A., Whithear, K., Prescott, J., & Browning, G. (2003). It takes more than metadata and stories of success: Understanding barriers to reuse of computer-facilitated learning resources. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 19(1). 72-86.
Republication from A. Williamson, C. Gunn, A. Young & T. Clear (Eds). Winds of change in the sea of learning, pp. 451-460. Proceedings of the 19th annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2002 conference, UNITEC Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand, 8-11 December. Received Outstanding Paper Award.

McNaught, C. (2003). The effectiveness of an institution-wide mentoring program for improving online teaching and learning. Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 15(1), 27-45.

McNaught, C. (2002). Adopting technology should mean adapting it to meet learning needs. On The Horizon, 10(4), 14-18.

McNaught, C. (2002). Quality assurance for online courses: Implementing policy at RMIT. The Technology Source. January/February issue.

McNaught, C., & Amory, A. (2001). Collaboration, design and technology: Themes in the architecture of interactive learning environments. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 12(2/3).149-152.

McNaught, C., & Kennedy, P. (2000). Learning technology mentors: Bottom-up action through top-down investment. The Technology Source. November/December issue.

Cartwright, W. E., Deakin, R. E., & McNaught, C. (2000). Development of a multimedia learning package for map projections. Cartography, 29(2), 75-81.

McNaught, C., & Kennedy, P. (2000). Staff development at RMIT: Bottom-up work serviced by top-down investment and policy. ALT-J 8(1), 4-18. Reprinted in D. Squires, G. Conole & G Jacobs (Eds).(2000). The changing face of learning technology. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 95-109.

 

Non-refereed articles

McNaught, C., (2013). The changing cultural landscape of The Bartlett (and of UCL). UCL Teaching and Learning Portal.

McNaught, C., (2011). Cultural nuances in applying universal principles of good teaching and learning. UCL Teaching and Learning Portal.

McNaught, C. (2011). Tensions in student preferences for e-learning. University World News. No. 161, 6 March.

McNaught, C., & Amory, A. (2006). Editorial: Multicultural issues in the design of learning technologies. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, 1(3), 189-193.

McNaught, C. (2005). Understanding the contexts in which we work. Editorial for Special Issue on 'Open learning for development'. Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning, 20(3), 205-209.

McNaught, C. (2005). Information literacy, Big6TM and university education. Big 6 eNewsletter: Teaching Technology & Information Skills, 6(2). Invited article.

McNaught, C. (2004). The use of narrative research to explore technological and pedagogical responses to crisis (SARS in Hong Kong). Association of Learning Technologies Newsletter. ALT-N 45, 4-5. Invited article.

McNaught, C. (2003). Editorial: Capturing the voice of experience. Education Research Journal, 18(2), 9-14.

Ching, H. S., Poon, P. W. T., & McNaught, C. (2003). Virtual workshops of distance learning: Practising what we preach. International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, 2(1), ii-v. Invited paper.

McNaught, C. (2003). Development and support for the Global eTeacher. GLOBALED Invited paper.

 

Edited volumes of conference proceedings

Tsang, P., McNaught, C., Kwan, R., Jacobson, M., Wang, P., & Li, K. C. (Eds.), (2011). Enhancing learning through technology. Education unplugged: Mobile technologies and Web 2.0. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference, ITC 2011, Hong Kong, China, 11–13 July. Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) 177. Heidelberg: Springer.

Lassner, D., & McNaught, C. (Eds).(2003). ED-MEDIA 2003, Proceedings of the 15th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 23-28 June. Norfolk VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE). 3,402 pages.

Kennedy, G., Keppell, M., McNaught, C., & Petrovic, T. (Eds).(2001). Meeting at the crossroads. Proceedings of the 18th annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2001 conference, University of Melbourne, 9-12 December.

 

Fully written papers - Refereed proceedings

McNaught, C., & Young, K. (2011). Ensuring quality in undergraduate curriculum reform: Experience in Hong Kong. In Demonstrating quality. Proceedings of the Australian Universities Quality Forum (AUQF) 2011 Melbourne, Australia, 29 June –1 July. Melbourne: Australian Universities Quality Agency.

Lam, P., Lee, J., Chan, M., & McNaught, C. (2011). Students’ use of eLearning strategies and their perceptions of eLearning usefulness. In S-M. Barton, J. Hedberg, & K. Suzuki (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn Asia Pacific 2011 (pp. 1379–1388), Melbourne Australia, 28 March – 1 April. Chesapeake VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

Phillips, R. A., McNaught, C., & Kennedy, G. (2010). Towards a generalised conceptual framework for learning: the Learning Environment, Learning Processes and Learning Outcomes (LEPO) framework. In J. Herrington & W. Hunter (Eds.), ED-MEDIA (pp. 2495–2504). Proceedings of the 22nd annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Toronto, Canada, 28 June–2 July. Chesapeake VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

Lam, P., Lee, J., Chan, M., & McNaught, C. (2010). ELearning needs among students who lead a digital life in nearly every aspect except learning. In J. Cordeiro, B. Shishkov, A. Verbraeck & M. Helfert (Eds.), CSEDU 2010 (pp. 268–275). Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Computer Supported Education, Valencia, Spain, 7–10 April.

McNaught, C., Lam, P. & Ho, A. (2009). The digital divide between university students and teachers in Hong Kong. In R. Atkinson & C. McBeath (Eds.), Same places, different spaces (pp. 654–664). Proceedings of the 26th annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2008 conference, Auckland, 6–9 December 2009.

Lam, P., Au Yeung, M., Cheung, E., & McNaught, C. (2009). Using the development of eLearning material as challenging and authentic learning experiences for students. In R. Atkinson & C. McBeath (Eds.), Same places, different spaces (pp. 548–556). Proceedings of the 26th annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2009 conference (ASCILITE), University of Auckland, 6–9 December.

McNaught, C., & Lam, P. (2009). Institutional strategies for embedding blended learning in a research-intensive university. Proceedings of the elearn2009 conference, Bridging the development gap through innovative eLearning environments, The University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, 8–11 June 2009.

McNaught, C. (2009). Ensuring that external funding for teaching development grants supports internal quality assurance processes. Proceedings of the Australian Universities Quality Forum (AUQF) 2009 Internal and external quality assurance: Tensions and synergies (pp. 122–129), Alice Springs, Australia, 1–3 July 2009. Melbourne: Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) Occasional Publications Number 19.

McNaught, C. (2008). Towards an institutional eLearning strategy: The long journey. In C. S. Nair (Ed.), Evidence based decision making: Scholarship and practice (pp. 43–55). Proceedings of the Australasian Higher Education Evaluation Forum (AHEEF) 2008, 2–3 October. Melbourne: Centre for Higher Education Quality, Monash University.

Clarke, P., Keing, C., Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2008). Using SMSs to engage students in language learning. In E. R. Weipp & J. Luca (Eds.), ED-MEDIA (pp. 6132–6141). Proceedings of the 20th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Vienna, Austria, 30 June–4 July. Chesapeake VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

Lam, P., Au Yeung, M. Y. M., & McNaught, C. (2007). Balancing online and in-class activities using the Learning Activity Management System (LAMS). In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.), ED-MEDIA (pp. 3603–3612). Proceedings of the 19th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Vancouver, Canada, 25–29 June. Chesapeake VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

Keing, C., Lo, J., Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2007). Summative eAssessments: Piloting acceptability, practicality and effectiveness. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.), ED-MEDIA (pp. 486–495). Proceedings of the 19th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Vancouver, Canada, 25–29 June. Chesapeake VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

Lam, P., Keing, C., McNaught, C., & Cheng, K. F. (2006). Monitoring eLearning environments through analyzing web logs of institution-wide eLearning platforms. In L. Markauskaite, P. Goodyear & P. Reimann (Eds.), Who's learning? Whose technology? (pp. 429-440). Proceedings of the 23rd annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2006 conference, University of Sydney, 3-6 December.

McNaught, C., & Lam, P. (2005). What do teachers want to know about their student's eLearning? A study of 70 evaluation plans. In H. Goss (Ed.) Balance, fidelity, mobility. Maintaining the momentum? (pp. 433-443). Proceedings of the 22nd annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2004 conference, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 4-7 December.

Jones, J., & McNaught, C. (2005). Using learning object evaluation: Challenges and lessons learned in the Hong Kong context. In G. Richards & P. Kommers (Eds.). ED-MEDIA 2005 (pp. 3580-3585), Proceedings of the 17th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Montreal, Canada, 27 June - 2 July. Norfolk VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

Lam, P., Cheng, K. F., & McNaught, C. (2005). Asynchronous online discussion: Empirical evidence on quantity and quality. In G. Richards & P. Kommers (Eds.). ED-MEDIA 2005 (pp. 3209-3215), Proceedings of the 17th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Montreal, Canada, 27 June - 2 July. Norfolk VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

McNaught, C., & Kennedy, D. M. (2005). Using student learning needs to guide eLearning development. In G. Richards & P. Kommers (Eds.). ED-MEDIA 2005 (pp. 2912-2917), Proceedings of the 17th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Montreal, Canada, 27 June - 2 July. Norfolk VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

McNaught, C. (2005). From diagnostic feedback to university policy: Programme-level evaluation at a Hong Kong university. In C. S. Nair (Ed.). Communicating evaluation outcomes: Issues and approaches (pp. 96-106). Proceedings of the 2004 Evaluation Forum, Melbourne, 24-25 November 2004.

McNaught, C., & Vogel, D. (2004). The converging streams of globalisation and eLearning: Stretching the comfort zone. In Beyond the comfort zone. Proceedings of the 21st annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2004 conference, pp. 637-646. University of Western Australia, 5-8 December.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., & Hodson, P. (2004). A SWOT analysis of a complex project for the development and evaluation of educational websites. In L. Cantoni & C. McLoughlin (Eds). ED-MEDIA 2004, Proceedings of the 16th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, pp. 1080-1087. Lugano, Switzerland, 21-26 June. Norfolk VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2004). Evaluating educational websites: A system for multiple websites at multiple universities. In L. Cantoni & C. McLoughlin (Eds). ED-MEDIA 2004, Proceedings of the 16th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, pp. 1066-1073. Lugano, Switzerland, 21-26 June. Norfolk VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

Williamson, A., Kennedy, D. M., McNaught, C., & DeSouza, R. (2003). Credit where credit's due: Myths about intellectual property in educational software development teams. In D. Lassner & C. McNaught (Eds). ED-MEDIA 2003, Proceedings of the 15th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, pp. 2934-2940, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 23-28 June. Norfolk VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

James, J., McNaught, C., Csete, J., Hodgson, P., & Vogel, D. (2003). From MegaWeb to e3Learning: A model of support for university academics to effectively use the Web for teaching and learning. In D. Lassner & C. McNaught (Eds). ED-MEDIA, Proceedings of the 15th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, pp. 3303-3310, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 23-28 June. Norfolk VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.

McNaught, C., Kennedy, D., & Majoor, J. (2002). Designing online learning sites to cater for learning needs. In Kinshuk, R. Lewis, K. Alahori, R.Kemp, T. Okamoto, L. Henderson & C. H. Lee (Eds). International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE).2002, pp. 535-539. Auckland, New Zealand, 3-6 December. Los Alamitos, California: IEEE Computer Society.

McNaught, C. (2002). Implementing technology in higher education: The management of multiple dimensions. In P. Barker & S. Rebelsky (Eds). ED-MEDIA 2002, pp. 1305-1310. Proceedings of the 14th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Denver, USA. 24-29 June. Keynote paper. Norfolk, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE).

McNaught, C. (2001). Quality assurance for online courses: From policy to process to improvement? In G. Kennedy, M. Keppell, C. McNaught & T. Petrovic (Eds).Meeting at the crossroads, pp. 435-442. Proceedings of the 18th annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2001 conference, University of Melbourne, 9-12 December.

Gray, K., & McNaught, C. (2001). Evaluation of achievements from collaboration in a learning technology mentoring program. In G. Kennedy, M. Keppell, C. McNaught & T. Petrovic (Eds).Meeting at the crossroads, pp. 217-224. Proceedings of the 18th annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2001 conference, University of Melbourne, 9-12 December.

Behncke, L., & McNaught, C. (2001). Seeing the bigger picture: Experiences of employing online learning within TAFE at RMIT. In G. Kennedy, M. Keppell, C. McNaught & T. Petrovic (Eds).Meeting at the crossroads, pp.55-62. Proceedings of the 18th annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2001 conference, University of Melbourne, 9-12 December.

McNaught, C. (2001). The potential of online learning: Staff development issues and strategies. In Management education for the 21st century: Managing in the digital age, Conference proceedings, Management education section, pp. 147-155. Swiss-AIT-Vietnam Management Development Programme & School of Industrial Management, HCMC University of Technology. Ho Ch Minh City, Vietnam, 11-14 September.

Kennedy, D. M., & McNaught, C. (2001). Computer-based cognitive tools: Description and design. In Montgomerie, C. & J. Viteli (Eds).ED-MEDIA 2001, pp. 925-930. Proceedings of the 13th Annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Tampere, Finland, 25-30 June. Norfolk, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE).

McNaught, C. (2000). Flexibility: Fears, focus and fantasy. Keynote paper in A. Herrmann & M. M. Kulski (Eds). Flexible futures in university teaching, pp. 245-248. Selected proceedings from the Teaching & Learning Forum, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, 2-4 February. Also keynote paper in G. Crosling, T. Moore & S. Vance (Eds). Language and LEARNING: The learning dimensions of our work, pp. 105-112. Refereed proceedings of the National Language and Academic Skills Conference, Monash University, 25-26 November, 1999.

Kenny, J., & McNaught, C. (2000). Promoting quality outcomes in higher education using new learning technologies: Processes and plans at RMIT. In R. Sims, M. O'Reilly & S. Sawkins (Eds).Learning to choose. Choosing to learn, pp. 655-664. Proceedings of the 17th annual Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education 2000 conference, Southern Cross University, Coffs Harbour, 9-14 December.

McNaught, C., Phillips, R., Winn, J., & Rossiter, D. (2000). Collaborative links between distributed databases. Developing a framework for an inventory of computer-facilitated learning (CFL) materials across the higher education sector in Australia. In J. Bourdeau & R. Heller (Eds).ED-MEDIA 2000, pp. 667-672. Proceedings of the 12th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Montreal, 26 June - 1 July. Norfolk, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE).

McNaught, C., & Kennedy, P. (2000). Developing new roles for university teachers: grass-roots local staff development serviced by top-down investment and policy. In J. Bourdeau & R. Heller (Eds).ED-MEDIA 2000, pp. 1422-1423. Proceedings of the 12th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Montreal, 26 June - 1 July. Norfolk, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE).

Bain, J. D., McNaught, C., Mills, C., & Lueckenhausen G. (2000). Relationship between academics' educational beliefs and their design and use of computer facilitated learning. In J. Bourdeau & R. Heller (Eds).ED-MEDIA 2000, (pp. 1216-1218). Proceedings of the 12th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Montreal, 26 June - 1 July. Norfolk, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE).

 

Fully written papers - Non-refereed proceedings, book reviews, news

McNaught, C. (2013). Foreword. In C. Mason & F. Rawlings-Sanaei (Eds.), Academic migration, discipline knowledge and pedagogical practice: Voices from the Asia-Pacific. Dordrecht: Springer.

McNaught, C. (2013). Foreword. In T. Issa, P. Isias & P. Kommers (Eds.), Information systems and technology for organizations in a networked society. Hersey, PA: IGI Global.

McNaught, C. (2011). The role of educational technology in designing for the new medical education curriculum in Hong Kong. Keynote address. In Medical education and new advances on technology (pp. 54–62). Proceedings of The 13th Medical Education Conference for China Mainland, Taiwan and the Hong Kong Region, 24–28 November, Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

McNaught, C. (2011). Developing blended learning designs to enhance both students’ English-language and critical-thinking capabilities. Keynote address. In New directions for blended learning in EFL (pp. 32–40). Proceedings of 2011 KAMALL International Conference, 15 October. Pai Chai University, Daejeon, South Korea: Korean Association of Multimedia-Assisted Language Learning.

McNaught, C., (2011). Cultural nuances in applying universal principles of good teaching and learning. UCL Teaching and Learning Portal.

McNaught, C. (2011). The role of educational technology in educational reform in Hong Kong: A focus on the higher-education sector. Keynote address. In Toward the global partnership of educational technology in Asia (pp. 176–190). Proceedings of the 2011 KSET International Conference, 20–21 May, Ewha Woman’s University, Seoul, South Korea: The Korean Society for Educational Technology.

McNaught, C. (2011). Tensions in student preferences for e-learning. University World News. No. 161, 6 March.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., & Lee, J. (2011). Digital literacies: Hong Kong teachers’ and students’ perspectives on learning in the 21st century. Keynote address. In Digital literacy: Opportunities and challenges in higher education and lifelong learning (pp. 61–65; Japanese 66–71). Proceedings of CODE@OUJ International Symposium 2011, Chiba, Japan, 22–23 February.

Ho, A., Lam, P., & McNaught (2009). Investigating students’ need for e-learning at University. In Blended learning: Blending technologies and teaching practices (pp. 561–568). Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on ICT on Teaching and Learning. The Open University of Hong Kong, 6–8 July.

Cheng, K. F., Lam, P., & McNaught, C. (2006). Lessons learnt from two unsuccessful complex web-based teaching and learning development projects. Proceedings of Reflection on IT integration in education: Moving forward & beyond. Third International Conference on Educational Technology (ICET 2006), Singapore, 7-8 September.

Lo, J. T-Y., & McNaught, C. (2005). Education and society in Hong Kong and Macau: Comparative perspectives on continuity and change (Eds. M. Bray & R. Koo). Book review. Education Research Journal, 20(1), 141-143.

McNaught, C. (2001). A model for staff development for using ICT in teaching and learning: The RMIT experience. The power of 3. Educause in Australasia 2001 conference. Gold Coast. 20-23 May.

 

Reports and occasional papers

Lam, P., McNaught, C., Lee, J., & Chan, M. (2012). The impact of student workload on learning experiences. Working Paper 12. Hong Kong: Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., & Kwok, M. (2012). Using eLearning benchmarking as a strategy to foster institutional eLearning strategic planning. Working Paper 11. Hong Kong: Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

McNaught, C. (2011). External evaluator’s report. Appendix D in Gahan, L., & Lawrie, G. (2011). IS-IT learning? Online interdisciplinary scenario-inquiry tasks for active learning in large, first year STEM courses. Final report. Canberra: Australian Learning & Teaching Council.

Chan, Y. M., & McNaught, C. (2009). Students’ views on learning outcomes in the humanities. Working Paper 6. Hong Kong: Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Chan, Y. M. & McNaught, C. (2009). Literacies in the humanities: The student voice. Working Paper 5. Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., & Chan, Y. M. (2009). Development of a conceptual framework for articulating experiential learning using ePortfolios. Working Paper 4. Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Bacon-Shone, J., Cheng, E., Ferguson, A., McNaught, C., Palmer, D., & Tsoi, A. C. (2008). The Open Access Advantage. Position paper prepared for the ‘Open Access and Institutional Repository - A Forum’ at Hong Kong Baptist University on 23 May 2008 by members of the Hong Kong Open Access Committee. Revised in 2009.

McNaught, C. (2006). Instances of good practice in teaching and learning noted in programme reviews 2005 & 2006. Working Paper 3. Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

McNaught, C., Leung, D., & Kember, D. (2006). Report on the Student Engagement Project. Working Paper 2. Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

McNaught, C., Lam, P., Keing, C., & Cheng, K. F. (2005), Study of eLearning at The Chinese University of Hong Kong 2004. Working Paper 1. The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

McNaught, C. (2002). Effecting change in higher education: Managing the essential factors. Inaugural Professorial Address at UNITEC, Auckland, New Zealand, 9 July.

Phillips, R., Bain, J., McNaught, C., Rice M. & Tripp, D. (2000). Handbook for learning-centred evaluation of computer facilitated learning projects in higher education. Murdoch University

 

Additional conference, presentations and workshops
(where no full paper has been published - since 2002.)

a) Outside Hong Kong

2014

Chau, J. P. C., Lo, S. H. S., McNaught, C., Chan, C. W. H., Ip W. Y., & Lee, I. F. K. (2014). Promoting deep approaches to learning in post-graduate pre-registration nursing students. 35th International Association for Human Caring Conference. Kyoto, Japan. 24–28 May.

Full-day workshop at Singapore Institute of Technology. Introduction to Module Design. 7 February.

2013

Keynote address. Evaluating learning designs: A strategy to create engagement with teachers. 63rd Annual Conference International Council for Educational Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 1–4 October. IEEE Conference Record No. 32828.

Keynote address. Building a digital portfolio for the enhancement of T&L. Higher Edtech: Adopting innovative technology to improve learning outcomes. Singapore, 25–27 September.

Invited presentation. Evaluating the effectiveness of your teaching. at the First Year in Maths (FYiM) workshop at The University of Melbourne, 21 June.

Invited seminar. Publishing work in T&L: C-cubed approach to academic writing. Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching, University College London, May.

Chair of the panel discussion of the 2013 Horizon Report. Conference ‘Embedding skills & employability in the curriculum’. University College London, 19 April 2013.

Invited keynote address. ‘Designing innovative technology-enhanced university programmes and courses in the 21st century’. International Forum of Innovators in University Teaching (IFIUT), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 3–5 February.

Invited two-day retreat. ‘Teaching Awards Writers’ Retreat’. University of Adelaide, 14–15 March.

2012

Invited seminar. Evaluation and evaluation research. Centre for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching, University College London (UCL), November. Also presented to E-Learning Environments, UCL in May 2013.

Invited keynote address. ‘Designing technology-enhanced university programmes and courses in the 21st century’ Joint presentation to the IADIS International Conference on Internet Technologies & Society 2012 and the IADIS International Conference on International Higher Education, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia, 28–30 November.

Invited day of workshops and consultations to the Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, University of Western Australia, 30 November 2012.

Invited address Department of Clinical Therapies, University of Limerick, Ireland, 19 June 2012, ‘Optimizing the use of technology in course design at university level’.

International keynote address, The 10th Annual Higher Education Summit, 21–22 May, Melbourne, ‘Delivering excellence in teaching and learning practice’.

Four presentations on designing for eLearning, Taylor’s University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 5 March 2012.

Paper presented at eLearning Forum Asia 2012 (eLFA 20112), 24–27 April, ‘Policy and Incentives to support the development of higher-order online learning designs.

The Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Annual Learning and Teaching Seminar: From Good to Great 2012, 28 February – 2 March, ‘Participatory learning for student engagement: A holistic view’. Presentations ‘Strategies for embedding learning support into the curriculum’ and ‘Creating meaningful contexts through the use of interactive technology in courses’; Workshop facilitator ‘Creating meaningful assessment for engaging students’; Keynote speaker at Singapore Blackboard User Group (SBUG) inaugural seminar, ‘From e-Learning to we-Learning’.

Activities associated with the 5th Annual Forum on e-Learning Excellence in the Middle East 2012, 30 January – 2 February 2012, Dubai, ‘Sustainable innovation in education’. Conference chair; External moderator for the Policy and Strategy Roundtable 2 ‘Creating a culture of shared knowledge in the Arab world: The role of open educational resources’; Panel moderator ‘Open educational resources and user-generated content’; Panel member ‘The increasing role of digital media in education’; Workshop facilitator ‘Using technology actively to effectively enhance learning in the classroom’.

2011

Invited presentation at The University of Queensland, Brisbane. Title: ‘IS-ITs: Implications for practice’. 15 July 2011.

Contributions for eLearning Forum Asia 2011 (eLFA 2011), Nanyang Technology University, Singapore, 8–10 June 2010. i) Keynote address. Title: ‘Building institutional capacity for the use of social media’. ii) Half-day workshop ‘Evaluating e-learning: Guiding research and practice’

Two seminars in the role of Honorary Professor, School of Information Systems, Deakin University. ‘Building a research profile: Negotiating the tensions in the Australian research scene’ on 23 March 2011; ‘Dilemmas and directions into research in the field of learning technologies’ on 25 March 2011

Keynote address. Title: ‘Using evaluation evidence at a course level to both improve students’ learning experiences and optimize institutional planning for e-learning’. E-Learning Summit. Informa conference, Melbourne, 21–22 March 2011.

Keynote address. Title: ‘A global perspective on building opportunities for all students: Experiences in Africa, Australia and Hong Kong’. Women’s perspectives on student development conference, University of Toronto, 3–5 March 2011.

Activities conducted at the HBMeU Annual Congress 2011, 4th Annual Forum on e-Learning Excellence in the Middle East 2011, 31 January – 3 February 2010, Dubai. ‘In search of new paradigms for re-engineering education’. i) Panel member for the Policy Roundtable ‘Securing the future of education through online learning in the Arab world: Policies and strategies’. ii) Panel member for ‘What is quality in open education?’. iii) Keynote address ‘Enduring themes and new horizons for educational technology’. iv) Workshop introduction ‘OER & Creative Commons’ and workshop participation on the topic of cloud computing.

2010

Invited speaker. Seventh Summer Educationalists Forum 2010. Salalah, Oman, 31 July 2010. Title: ‘The Hong Kong experience and practices in activating the role of schools to improve student achievement’.

Keynote address. HERDSA 2010, Melbourne, Australia, 7 July 2010. Title: ‘Reshaping higher education research’.

Invited speaker. Royal Australian Chemical Institute 13th National Convention, Melbourne, Australia, 5 July 2010. Title: ‘Scope and limitations of the use of technology for chemistry education’.

Keynote address. ED-MEDIA 2010, World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, Toronto, Canada, 29 June 2010. Title: ‘Enduring themes and new horizons for educational technology’.

Invited seminar. Centre for Advancement of Learning and Teaching, University College London, 23 June 2010. Title: ‘Developing an evidence base to support the evolution of institutional policy for teaching and learning’.

McNaught, C. (2010, May). Writing and publishing academic papers for conferences and journals. In Z. Abas et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn Asia Pacific 2010 (p. 1046). Chesapeake VA: Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE). [This is a repeat of several similar sessions run since 2002 at AACE conferences and for ASCILITE conferences. Not recorded each time it is presented.]

Invited speaker. e-Learning Forum Asia 2010 (eLFA 2010). Dong Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan, 28–29 April 2010. Title: ‘Institutional strategies for embedding blended learning in a research-intensive university’.

Keynote address ‘Using the voices of teachers and students to authenticate institutional policies on quality’, invited panel member, and workshop presenter ‘Research-based evidence of e-learning effectiveness’ at the 2nd Annual Forum on e-Learning Excellence in the Middle East 2010 ‘Bringing global quality to a local context’ 1–3 February 2010, Dubai.

2009

CUHK representative at the 2009 ASAIHL Conference on Quality Assurance for Higher Education Development, 22-24 November 2009, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Presented paper: ‘The acronyms of higher education in Hong Kong: Weaving OBA, QAC, 334 and TDG together to enhance quality in teaching and learning’.

Keynote address ‘Obtaining evidence for the efficiency and effectiveness of large-scale eLearning systems’ and invited panel member ‘e-Learning for lifelong learning’ at the 2nd Annual Forum on e-Learning Excellence in the Middle East 2009, 26–29 January 2009, Dubai.

2008

Two invited seminars. ‘Using eLearning to drive institutional growth and change’ at London Metropolitan University and at the UK Open University on 11 and 12 August 2008.

Dobos, M., Rumble, B., & McNaught, C. (2008).Teaching undergraduate biochemistry in collaborative peer groups: A longitudinal study. ComBio2008, National Convention Centre, Canberra, 21-25 September.

Lam, S. L., Lam P., & McNaught, C. (2008). Students’ perceptions of using eBooks for authentic learning tasks. Technology-enriched Learning Spaces. 2008 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, Hong Kong, 7–8 July 2008.

McNaught, C. (2008). Developing a community and evidence base for eLearning to support institutional planning. Keynote at eLearning Forum Asia 2008 (eLF2008), Singapore, 29-30 May 2008.

2007

Keynote speaker at the Third International Conference on Chinese and East-Asian Learners, Shandong University, Jinan, China, 16-19 November 2007. Title: Using policy initiatives to support both learning enhancement and language enhancement.

A two-day workshop on eLearning teaching and learning at SIM University [UniSIM], Singapore, 5-6 November 2007.

Invited speaker at SIM University [UniSIM], Singapore, for their annual Teaching-Learning Symposium. 3 November 2007. Title: Effective online tutoring.

Workshop facilitator at the academic development forum: Development of academics and higher education futures. Melbourne, 25-26 October 2007. Workshop title: Working in a global context.

Keynote speaker at (Re)Presenting Community 2007. International Online Conference hosted by the University of Southern Queensland, October-November 2007. Title: A scholarly approach to eLearning.

Invited speaker for a University lecture at the University of Mauritius, 13 October 2007. Title: A scholarly approach to eLearning.

Keynote speaker at the 9th Annual Conference on WWW Applications, University of Johannesburg, 5–7 September, 2007. Title: A scholarly approach to eLearning.

Dobos, M., Rumble, B., & McNaught, C. (2007). Collaborative peer groups in large biochemistry classes: Maintaining a focus on conceptual learning, In Developing potentials for learning, p. 239. EARLI 12th European Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction, Budapest, Hungary, 28 August – 1 September.

Keynote address. Bringing theory to practice - Learning design for blended learning. NTU Teaching and Learning Seminar, Singapore 'From Good to Great ActII' 26 February - 1 March, 2007. Also invited sessions: Advancing your scholarship agenda using blended learning; Bringing theory into practice - Learning design for blended learning; and associated panels.

2006

Keynote address. An evidence base and a community to support changes to teaching and learning: The story of CLEAR@CUHK. 2006 International Symposium on Excellence in Teaching and Learning, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 27-29 November, 2006.

Dobos, M., & McNaught, C. (2006). Peer group collaborative learning in Biochemistry: Adapting the program to large undergraduate classes. ISSOTL 2006 program (p. 30). International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) 2006 conference, Washington D.C., 9-12 November, 2006.

Teaching in a D Comp programme. Two days. Learning & eLearning in the 20th century; eLearning in the 21st century. UNITEC New Zealand, 26 & 27 August 2006.

Designing staff development and support services for eLearning on an evidence base created within one's own university Keynote at e/merge 2006. Learning landscapes in Southern Africa. Online conference. University of Cape Town, 10-21 July, 2006.

2005

Member of the Organizing committee for an invited International Conference 'eAgenda International Roundtable', Singapore, 16-18 August 2005. Invited Speaker. Title: Herding cats: Can corporate instructional systems ever be accepted in universities? Conference 'devil' provocateur. Subsequent publication: McNaught & Vogel (2006).

Swinburne University, Lilydale campus, Melbourne, Inauguration as an Adjunct professor. Address: 'Quality and curriculum'. 14 April 2005.

Invited seminar. The University of Melbourne. The synergy between information literacy and eLearning, 12 April 2005.

Invited seminar. La Trobe University, Melbourne, Human Communication Sciences. New directions in university learning research, 13 April 2005.

Teaching in a D Comp programme. Two days. Learning & eLearning in the 20th century; eLearning in the 21st century. UNITEC New Zealand, 9 & 10 April 2005.

Invited workshops. The C-cubed workshop on academic writing. UNITEC New Zealand, 7 & 8 April 2005.

Videoconference. University of Alberta. Technology integration for science and mathematics education in Africa, 15 March 2005.

2004

Keynote address at the International Conference on eLearning, 'eLearning Trends today and Beyond' held at the Chinese Culture University, Taipei. Conference overseen by the Civil Service Development Institute of the Republic of China, 27 December 2004.

Invited workshop. Research skills: Up the publication road. An ASCILITE-sponsored workshop for novice researchers. ASCILITE2004 conference Perth, 5 December 2004.

Invited seminar RMIT University, Melbourne. Do they learn? Are they satisfied? Building an evidence base about university teaching - on- and off-line. 26 November 2004.

Invited workshop. Effective eLearning systems. University of Auckland. Presented with Paula Hodgson. 24 September 2004.

Invited workshops. Assessment, 18 September 2004. Evaluation, 19 September 2004. A capability framework: The model at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 23 September 2004. Conversations in Teaching and Learning, 20 September 2004. School of Computing and IT staff at UNITEC New Zealand.

Invited workshops. New Zealand National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ). Reviewing conference and journal papers; Improving your writing, 22 September 2004. Gaining funding, 21 September 2004.

Invited seminar at the University of Glasgow. The use of narrative research to explore technological and pedagogical responses to SARS in Hong Kong. 20 February 2004.

2003

Burd, D. A. R., Chiu, T., & McNaught, C. (2003). Assessing priorities in teaching plastic surgery to undergraduate medical students. British Association of Plastic Surgeons - Winter Meeting, (p. 19). London, UK, 3 December.

Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications (WCET) 15th Annual Conference 'Tides, shoals, and harbors: Charting the voyage for e-learning in higher education'. November 2-5, 2003, San Diego California. Invited speaker. Audio link up. 'Tradition gives way to electronics in a biological emergency'. 3 November 2003.

Dobos, M., Rumble, B., & McNaught, C. (2003). Teaching biochemistry differently: Collaborative peer group activities in large classes. Proceedings of the Improving learning outcomes through flexible science teaching symposium, p. 115. The University of Sydney, 3 October.

Invited workshops at UNITEC Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand Deep and surface approaches to learning. 30 September 2003; How to referee an academic paper. 1 October 2003; Teachers' personal beliefs about teaching. 2 October 2003.

Keynote address. The synergy between information literacy and eLearning. Third International Conference on Information Literacy and Lifelong Learning Society, National Central Library, Taipei. 23 October 2003. Also an associated day of post-conference workshops at Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan on 'Effective strategies for eTeaching and eLearning'. Co-editor of a book arising from the series. 25 October 2003.

Invited panel member. Week-long event: Approaches and frameworks for online learning research. Hosted by SCROLLA (Scottish Centre for Research into On-Line Learning and Assessment). 10-17 March 2003.

2002

Invited facilitator. Two workshops: 'Assessment drives the curriculum': Using assessment to facilitate effective learning. UNITEC Institute of Technology. Auckland, New Zealand, 5 & 6 September 2002.

Invited speaker. Online pedagogy that works ¡K but what about the quality? 9th Annual Learning Technologies Seminar, in association with the Academic Development Unit. UNITEC Institute of Technology. Auckland, New Zealand, 4 September 2002.

Inaugural Professorial Address. Effecting change in higher education: Managing the essential factors. UNITEC Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand, 9 July 2002.

Tutorial. Writing, publishing and presenting academic papers at conferences: Getting started. ED-MEDIA 2002 14th annual World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Denver, USA. 25 June 2002. Similar sessions delivered at all subsequent ED-MEDIA conferences.

Invited online interactive presentation with participants from UK and USA. Quality assurance for online courses: Implementing policy at RMIT. 31 January 2002. Using HorizonLive technology.

b)Inside Hong Kong

(Internal CUHK presentations, e.g. annual Expo posters, NOT included.)

2013

Keynote address. Building a sound foundation for acquiring essential digital literacies. 21st Century Learning, Hong Kong, 12–14 December.

2011

Chau, J. P. C., McNaught, C., Chan, C. W. H., Chan, D. S. K., Shiu, A. T. Y., Ip, W. Y., Lee, I. F. K., & Lo, S. H. S. (2011). The development of evidence-based web-enriched resources in enhancing clinical nursing skills among nursing students. In Issues, challenges, and future directions of evidence-based healthcare. Proceedings of the Fifth Pan-Pacific Nursing Conference and Seventh Nursing Symposium on Cancer Care, Hong Kong, 22–24 September.

Keynote address. Title: ‘Teaching 2 learn, learning 2 teach’. 2011 Staff development seminar, Division of Commerce & Division of Computer Studies, City University of Hong Kong. 27 July 2011.

Invited panel member. ‘Collecting evidence about teaching and learning outcomes to enhance local quality and also institutional policy development’. The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Conference of Executive Heads. Higher education in hard times: Risk, reputation, reform. 7 April 2011, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

2010

Invited seminar at the Open University of Hong Kong. Title: ‘OBA_eLearning@OUHK’. 11 November 2010.

Invited speaker. Second workshop of Knowledge Management & E-Learning. ‘Developing an inclusive eLearning Strategy: Building bridges between traditional silos’. 5 May 2010, The University of Hong Kong.

Invited panel member. CITE Research Symposium (CITERS) ‘e-Learning Design & Designs for Learning’. 4 March 2010, The University of Hong Kong.

Panel member. Standards Based Assessment and Honours Classification Symposium. 8th 3+3+4 Heads of Universities Committee symposium. 1 March 2010, The University of Hong Kong.

Invited speaker, German Swiss International School. ‘A framework for assessment’. 22 February 2010.

2009

Two presentations at the 3+3+4 Symposium ‘Enhancing and assessing students’ learning outcomes for the new 4-year curriculum’. 7th 3+3+4 Heads of Universities Committee symposium. Titles: ‘Professional Development for New Teachers at CUHK’ and ‘Weaving OBA, QAC and 334 into a high quality tapestry’. 14 December 2009, Polytechnic University of Hong Kong.

Contributor at HERDSA Hong Kong event: ‘Student Evaluation of Teaching in Hong Kong – An experience sharing session’. 3 April 2009.

Invited panel member. ‘Mobile learning’. e-Learning Forum Asia 2009. 11-12 May 2009. City University of Hong Kong.

2006

Invited speaker at the Collaboration on Teaching and Learning Activities, City University of Hong Kong. Topic: The 'voice' of our excellent teachers. 31 October 2006.

The use of the Student Engagement Questionnaire as a diagnostic tool for programme reflection and as an evidence base for quality assurance purposes. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 3 March 2006.

2005

McNaught, C., Lam, P., Ong, D., & Lau, L. (2005). Challenges in assessments in a case-based science course. The first international conference on enhancing teaching and learning through assessment. Abstract book 1 (pp. 130–131). The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 13–15 June.

Facilitator. Celebrating e3Learning Projects at PolyU. 3 June 2005.

Hong Kong America Centre workshop 28 April - 1 March 2005. American Advising in Asia. Consultant, facilitator of IT-related session.

The use of the Student Engagement Questionnaire as a diagnostic tool for programme reflection and as an evidence base for quality assurance purposes. City University of Hong Kong, 17 November 2005; University of Hong Kong, 21 October 2005; Hong Kong Institute of Education, 23 March 2005; Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 1 January 2005

2004

Evaluating web-assisted teaching and learning. Part of e3Learning Series. With Dr Paul Lam. At Hong Kong Polytechnic University on 12 January 2004. At City University of Hong Kong on 18 November 2003.

2003

9th Hong Hong Web Symposium (Sym9): Issues in Trans-National Alliances for e-Learning. Invited report, with student participation, on the online forum Educational narratives and reflections in the time of SARS which I chaired and was held in May 2003. 6 December 2003.

Chairperson of an online forum to discuss the use of ICT in educational responses to SARS. Hosted by the HK Web Symposium Consortium. 19-30 May 2003.

Invited workshop. Evaluation: Finding out if it's been worth the effort. The First Hong Kong LEARNet Conference. 28 January 2003.

2002

Invited workshop. Writing and publishing academic papers for conferences and journals. Department of Information and Applied Technology, Hong Kong Institute of Education. 17 October 2002.

Invited Panel Member. Lifelong e-learning - Are we in the game? The 8th Hong Kong Web Symposium Lifelong e-learning: What works and why? The Hong Kong Web Symposium Consortium. Open University of Hong Kong. 8 June 2002.

Invited speaker. What do learners need in an online learning site? Blackboard regional presentation. Hong Kong. 7 June 2002.

Invited seminar. Flexible learning: Focus and fears. Education Development Centre, Hong Kong Polytechnic University. 5 June 2002.


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