Conferences & Seminars

The Faculty has organized Teaching and Learning Seminars regularly.

Seminars organized in 2017-18:
Seminars organized in 2016-17:
  • What is e-Learning? The Community of Inquiry Framework: Professor Michael Lower of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (22 March 2017)
  • Faculty-Based eLearning Sharing Session: Professors David Donald, Paul Lam, Victor Lau, Wilfred Lau and Michael Lower of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (8 February 2017)
  • An Introduction to Mimio and Interactive Whiteboards: Professor Steven Gallagher of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (4 January 2017)
  • Collective Pedagogical Practices in Legal Education: Dr. Paula Hodgson of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (23 November 2016)
  • Learning in Collaborative Groups: Professor Michael Lower of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (26 October 2016)
  • Webcasts and podcasts: digital designs and learning: Professor Paul Maharg of the Australian National University College of Law
    (28 September 2016)
  • Planning Your Course: Professor Steven Gallagher of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (26 August 2016)

Seminars organized in 2015-16:
  • An Introduction to KEEP: How to Utilize e-Learning Resources to Motivate Students to Keep Learning with the Knowledge and Education Exchange Platform
    (16 March 2016)
  • Debriefing and Analysis of Flipped Teaching in Law: How 174 students reacted to and performed in a flipped course for the JD Programme, 2015: Professor David C. Donald of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (24 February 2016)
  • "Micro-modules put under the microscope: e-learning in flipped classrooms" : Professor Mimi Zou of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (27 January 2016)
  • Authentic Learning and Assessment: Professor Rick Glofcheski of the University of Hong Kong
    (6 January 2016)
  • Reminder Session on Marking and Grading Policies for Assessment: Professor Steven Gallagher of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (2 December 2015)

Seminars organized in 2014-15:
  • Giving effective feedback: Professor Surabhi Chopra of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
    (21 January 2015)
  • Convergence and Fragmentation: Legal Research, Legal Informatics and Legal Education: ProfessorPaul Maharg  of College of Law  atthe Australian National University
    (4 December 2014)
  • Micro-modules: ProfessorPaul Lam (CLEAR) & Miss Judy Lo (ITSC)
    (4 November 2014)
  • Flipped classrooms for legal education: Professor Lutz Christian Wolff and Miss Jenny Chan (delivered twice due to popular demand - once in Shatin and once at the Graduate Law Centre)
    (17 September 2014)
  • Everything you need to know to plan your course and assessment
    (28 August 2014)
  • Engaging students in learning: Professor Michael Lower, Mr. Matthew Cheung and Professor Peter Rhodes of the Chinese University of Hong Kong