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Peer reviewed journal articles published

  • Kutnick, P., Zhu, Z., Chan, C.K.Y., Chan, R.Y.Y., Lee, B.P.Y., & Lai, V.K.W. (2017). Attitudes and aspirations regarding engineering among Chinese secondary school students: comparisons between industrialising and post-industrial geo-engineering regions of Mainland China and Hong Kong. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 1-22. [Link]
  • Chan, C.K.Y., Zhao, Y and Yuk, L.Y.Y. (2017). A validated and reliable instrument investigating engineering students’ perceptions of competency in generic skills. Journal of Engineering Education, 106(2), 299-325. [Link]
  • Chan, C.K.Y., Wong, G.C.K., Law, A.K.H., Zhang, T., & Au, F.T.K. (2017). Evidence-based conclusions concerning practice, curriculum design and curriculum reform in a civil engineering capstone design course in Hong Kong. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 54(3), 260-274. [Link]
  • Chan, C.K.Y. (2015). Use of animation in engaging teachers and students in assessment in Hong Kong higher education. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 52(5), 474-484. [Link]
  • Chan C.K.Y., The impact of culture, discipline and unguided instruction in problem-based learning, Higher Education Research & Development. (In Review)
  • Chan C.K.Y., Fok W.W.T. & Luk L.Y.Y. Pedagogical affordances in a mobile application to enhance interaction and engagement in lecture class. European Journal of Engineering Education. (In Review)
  • Chan C.K.Y. Factors that affect the effectiveness of the problem-based learning process, Educational Studies. (In Review)
  • Chan C.K.Y. Aligning students’ and teachers’ perceptions on transferable skills, European Journal Of Engineering Education. (In Review)
  • Chan C.K.Y. What is the teachers’ perception towards student evaluation of teaching in Hong Kong?, Teaching in Higher Education. (In Review)
  • Chan, C. K. Y. (2014). Facilitators’ perspectives of the factors that affect the effectiveness of problem-based learning process. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 53(1), 25-34. [Link]
  • Chan C.K.Y., Luk L.Y.Y. & Zeng M. (2014), Teachers’ perceptions of student evaluations of teaching. Educational Research and Evaluation: An International Journal on Theory and Practice, 20(4), 275-289. [Link]
  • Chan, C.K.Y., & Luk, L. Y. Y. (2013). Faculty perspectives on the “3+3+4” curriculum reform in Hong Kong: A case study. International Education Studies, 6(4), 56-66. [Link]
  • Chan C.K.Y. (2012). Assessment for community service types of experiential learning in the engineering discipline, European Journal Of Engineering Education, 37(1), 29-38. [Link]
  • Chan, C. K. Y. (2012). Exploring an experiential learning project through Kolb’s Learning Theory using a qualitative research method. European Journal of Engineering Education, 37(4), 405-415. [Link]
  • Chan C.K.Y. (2012). Identifying and understanding the graduate attributes learning outcomes in a case study of community service experiential learning project, International Journal Of Continuing Engineering Education And Life-long Learning, 22(1/2), 148-159. [Link]
  • Chan C.K.Y. (2012). Associating educational psychology theories in a curriculum to maximise student participation, Journal Of Studies In Education, 2(3), 42-54. [Link]
  • Porter G.W., King J.A., Goodkin Emami N.F. & Chan C.K.Y. (2012). Experiential learning in a common core curriculum: Student expectations, evaluations, and the way forward, International Education Studies, 5(3), 24-38. [Link]
  • Chan C.K.Y., Tam V.W.L. & Li C.Y.V. (2011). A comparison of MCQ assessment delivery methods for student engagement and interaction used as an in-class formative assessment, In: Julie Johnson, International Journal Of Electrical Engineering Education, 48(3), 323-337. [Link]
  • Chan C.K.Y. & Fok W.W.T. (2009) Evaluating the learning experiences in virtual laboratory training in electrical and electronic engineering through student perceptions – A case study in the University of Hong Kong, Special Issue: Learning Technologies in Engineering Education: The Journal of the Higher Education Academy, Engineering Subject Centre, 4(2), 70-75. [Link]
  • Barry D.J., Chan C.K.Y. & Williams G.A. (2009), Morphological quantification of filamentous fungal development using membrane immobilization and automatic image analysis. Journal Of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, 36(6), 787-800.
  • Barry D.J., Chan C.K.Y. & Williams G.A.(2007). Nitrocellulose as a general tool for fungal slide mounts. Journal Of Clinical Microbiology,45(3), 1074-75. [Link]

Scholarly Books, Monographs and Chapters

  • Carless, D., Bridges, S.M., Chan, C.K.Y., Glofcheski, R. ,Scaling up Assessment for Learning in Higher Education, 2016.
  • Jung, J., and Chan, C.K.Y. Academics’ Perception on Research versus Teaching and their Recognition, Changing Academic Profession in Hong Kong: Governance, Productivity, and Global Integration by Springer, Postiglione, GA and Jung, J (Eds) In Print
  • Chan, C.K.Y. Teaching and Learning Support and Development for Academics in Hong Kong, Changing Academic Profession in Hong Kong: Governance, Productivity, and Global Integration by Springer, Postiglione, GA and Jung, J (Eds) In Print
  • Chan, C.K.Y, Tam, V.W.L and Fok, W.T.T. Traditional and Modern MCQ Methods as In-class Formative Assessment. In: Tarek M. Sobh and Khaled Elleithy (Eds), Emerging Trends in Computing, Informatics, Systems Sciences, and Engineering, Springer, 2012, 1061 -1067.
  • Chan, C.K.Y and Colloton, T. Informal Instructional Design to engage and retain students in Engineering. In: Tarek M. Sobh and Khaled Elleithy (Eds), Emerging Trends in Computing, Informatics, Systems Sciences, and Engineering, Springer, 2012, 619 – 627.
  • Chan, C.K.Y. Laboratory Learning, In: Norbert M. Seel (Eds), Encyclopedia Of The Sciences Of Learning 1st Edition. Springer, 2012, 1705-1708.
  • Fok, W.T.T. and Chan, C.K.Y. Reconstruction after the 512 Earthquake ~ Knowledge Exchange and Experiential Learning Projects in Sichuan by Hong Kong Professions. In: Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Eds), The University of Hong Kong, 2010, 151-160.
  • Chan, C.K.Y. Active based key-skills Learning in Engineering Curriculum to Improve Student Engagement. In: Magued Iskander, Vikram Kapila, Mohammad A. Karim (Eds), Technological Developments in Education and Automation. Springer, 2009, 79-84.
  • Coyle E., Costello F., Murphy M., Chan, C.K.Y. and Shoemaker L., Reinventing A Level 7 Programme In Electrical Engineering And Greatly Improving Upon Student Retention. Innovations 2007: World Innovations In Engineering Education And Research. In: Aung W (Eds), International Network For Engineering Education And Research (INEER).Arlington,VA22205,USA, 2007, Special Volume: 515-529.

Conference Papers

  • Chan, C.K.Y. Shifting education culture from focusing on academic to competencies. In: The European Conference on Education. Brighton, UK, 2017.
  • Luk, L.Y.Y., & Chan, C.K.Y. Work supervisors as change-makers in the enhancement of students’ internship experience. In: The European Conference on Education. Brighton, UK, 2017.
  • Luk, L.Y.Y., & Chan, C.K.Y. Assessment for learning in engineering internship programmes in Hong Kong: How far are we? In: International Conference: Assessment for Learning in Higher Education. Hong Kong, 2015.
  • Luk L.Y.Y., Zhao Y. and Chan C.K.Y., Discovering the Learning and Teaching Approaches of Transferable Skills to Engage Students, In: International Conference of Science Educators and Teachers. Phuket, Thailand, 2014.
  • Luk L.Y.Y., Chan C.K.Y. and Zhao Y., What are Science and Engineering Students’ Motivations in learning Generic Skills? In: International Conference of Science Educators and Teachers. Phuket, Thailand, 2014.
  • Zhao Y., Luk L.Y.Y. and Chan C.K.Y., Psychometric Properties of a Survey on STEM Students’ Perceptions of Generic Skills, In: International Conference of Science Educators and Teachers. Phuket, Thailand, 2014.
  • Tam V., Yi A., Lam E.Y., Chan C. and Yuen A.H.K., Using cloud computing and mobile devices to facilitate students’ learning through e-learning games, In: IEEE, International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies Proceedings. Beijing, 2013.
  • Fok W.W.T. and Chan C.K.Y., Mobile Technologies for in-class Interaction and Assessment for Learning, In: The European Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2013: Official Conference Proceedings. United Kingdom, 2013.
  • Fok W.W.T. and Chan C.K.Y., iClass Assessment: A Pen-Based Assessment and Feedback Platform, In: IEEE, 13th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT). Beijing, 2013.
  • Fok W.W.T. and Chan C.K.Y., Mobile technologies for in-class interaction and assessment for learning, In: CITE Research Symposium 2013. Hong Kong, 2013.
  • Ho, R.M.H., Luk, L and Chan C.K.Y., A Review of Literature on Challenges and Obstacles to Implementation of Generic Skills, In: INTED2014, the 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, Valencia, Spain, 2014.
  • Luk, L, R.M.H., Ho, C.S.Y, Yeung and Chan C.K.Y., Engineering undergraduates’ perception of transferable skills in Hong Kong, In: INTED2014, the 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, Valencia, Spain, 2014.
  • Lei C.U., So H.K.H., Lam E.Y.M., Wong K.K.Y., Kwok Y.K. and Chan C.K.Y., Teaching Introductory Electrical Engineering: A Project-Based Learning Experience, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering (TALE 2012), Hong Kong, China. 2012.
  • Chan C.K.Y., A Case Study Of Community Service Experiential Learning, In: IATED, International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies. Spain, 2011.
  • Chan C.K.Y., A Literature Review of Assessment for Community Service Type of Experiential Learning, In: IATED, International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies.Barcelona,Spain, 2011.
  • Chan C.K.Y., The Use Of Animations In Engaging Teachers And Students in Assessment , 6th International Conference On Teaching And Learning In Higher Education (TLHE). Singapore, 2011.
  • Chan C.K.Y., Assessing Community Service Type Of Experiential Learning, In: IATED, International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED). Spain, 2011.
  • Chan C.K.Y., Curriculum Design Model for the Development of Transferable Skills for Effectively Engage Undergraduate Students, International Conference on Learning and Teaching – Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore. 2010.
  • Chan C.K.Y., Fok W.W.T. and Tam V.W.L., Engaging Students with Various in-class Formative Assessment, In: IATED, International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI). 2010.
  • Chan C.K.Y. and Colloton T., Informal Instructional Design to engage and retain students in Engineering, International Conference on Engineering Education, Instructional Technology, Assessment, and E-learning (EIAE). 2010.
  • Chan C.K.Y. and Prosser M.T., Optimizing eLearning Support Framework to engage students and teachers, ISSOTL Conference. 2010.
  • Chan, C.K.Y and Colloton, T. Pedagogy, Technology and Curriculum, The Challenges that Academic face to become the main designer of eLearning Curriculum? ICERI2010 (International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation), Madrid, Spain, 2010.
  • Chan C.K.Y., Tam V.W.L. and Fok W.W.T., Traditional and Modern MCQ Methods as In-class Formative Assessment, International Conference on Engineering Education, Instructional Technology, Assessment, and E-learning (EIAE). 2010.
  • Chan C.K.Y., Pedagogy, Technology and Curriculum, The Challenges that Academic face to become the main designer of eLearning Curriculum? In: IATED, International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI2010). Madrid, Spain, 2010.
  • Fok W.W.T. and Chan C.K.Y., Experiential learning for Engineering Education – A school reconstruction project in Sichuan after the 5.12 Earthquake, The 2nd International Symposium on Engineering Education and Educational Technologies: EEET 2010 in the context of The 3rd International Multi-Conference on Engineering and Technological Innovation: IMETI 2010, July, Orlando, Florida, USA . 2010.
  • Chan C.K.Y., Aligning The Learning Activities And Assessments With learning Outcomes And Students’ Perception For Transferable Skills, The International Technology, Education and Development Conference . INTED, 2009.
  • Chan C.K.Y., The World Towards Educational Globalization: Our Challenges – Reform, Culture And Outcomes? The International Technology, Education and Development Conference. INTED, 2009.
  • Chan C.K.Y., The Impact of Online Laboratory to Student Learning, The International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation. 2009.
  • Chan C.K.Y., The Impact Of Culture, Discipline And Unguided Instruction In Problem-based Learning Approach, The International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies. 2009.
  • Chan C.K.Y. and Murphy M., Active-based Key-skills Learning In Engineering Curriculum To Improve Student Engagement, International Conference On Engineering Education, Instructional Technology, Assessment, and E-learning. 2008.
  • Barry D. J., Chan C., and Williams G. A., Kinetic analysis of fungal differentiation in solid state culture via a novel image analysis method," in Abstracts of European Bio Perspectives, Koln, Germany, May 2007.
  • Chan, C and Murphy, M. Women, Engineering and Research – providing choice and balance? Proceedings in American Society for Engineering Education ASEE,Chicago,USA, June 2006.
  • Chan, C. Opening the Educational Doors to Modern China – Expectations met?, Proceedings of Educational Conference, NUI Galway June 2006
  • Chan, C. Psychology, Engineering and I, Proceedings of SEFI 2005 Annual Congress, 2005.
  • Chan, C. Student Retention Strategy as in the words of Darwin – “the biggest, the smartest, and the strongest are not the survivors. Rather, the survivors who are the most adaptable, Proceedings of 33 International Symposium IGIP/IEEE/ASEE, Fribourg, Switzerland, Oct 2004.
  • Chan, C. and Coyle, E. Natural, Creative, Brainstorming “Scrapyard Challenge” Design Project, Proceedings of 33 International Symposium IGIP/IEEE/ASEE, Fribourg, Switzerland, Oct 2004.  
  • Chan, C. Student Retention Strategy targeting Diplomas, Certificate and Ordinary degrees, Proceedings of SEFI 2004 Annual Congress. The Golden Opportunity for Engineering Education, Valentia, Spain, September 2004.
  • Chan, C. Student Retention in DIT Engineering Programme, DIT Learning and Teaching Showcase, 2003.
  • Chan, C. and Boland, F. 3D Solder Paste Inspection– Surface Mounted and Related Technology Group SMART Magazine, NMRC & SMART group, 1999.
  • Chan, C. and Boland, F. Colour Pattern Analysis for 3-D inspection of Printed Circuit Boards – Proceedings of IASTED International Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, August 1998.
  • Chan, C. and Boland, F. Dual Projection structured light system for solder paste inspection of printed circuit boards – Proceedings of Optical Engineering Society of Ireland & Irish Machine Vision & Image Processing Joint Conference, NUI Maynooth, Sept. 1998
  • Chan, C. and Boland, F. Geometric Profilometry with colour recognition structured light technique for 3-D re-modelling of low attitude objects – Proceedings of Optical Engineering Society of Ireland & Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing Joint Conference, NUI Maynooth, September 1998.

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