Publication & Media Coverage


AR Learning Trails at Hong Kong Baptist University, Drexel University Online, 26 July 2017

News Article

    1. 浸大跨院校誠信教學法奪國際獎. Sing Tao Daily. 08 January 2016, F02
    2. HKBU’s innovative teaching initiative grabs silver at Wharton-QS Stars Reimagine Education Awards 2015 Regional Award Asia
      . HKBU eNews, Hong Kong Baptist University Communication and Public Relations Office, 22 December 2015.
    3. 大學創新教學系列之三:浸大虛擬「學習徑」 手機遊戲學道德WenWeiPo. 16 December 2015, A25 (PDF version)

Refereed Journal Articles /Book Chapter

    1. Yue, K., Law, L., Chan, H. L., Chan, J., Wong, E., Kwong, T., & Wong, E. (2017). Enhancing residential student leadership training with appropriate augmented reality m-learning trail design. In R. Power, M. Ally, D. Cristol, & A. Palalas (Eds.), IAmLearning: Mobilizing and supporting educator practice. [e-Book]. International Association for Mobile Learning.
    2. Kwong, T., Wong, E., & Yue, K. (2017). Bringing Abstract Academic Integrity and Ethical Concepts into Real-Life Situations. Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 1-16. doi:10.1007/s10758-017-9315-2 ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst
    3. Yue, K.K., Law, L.Y., Chan, H.L., Chan, J.B., Wong, E.Y., Kwong, T.F. & Wong, E.Y. (2016). Factors in Designing an Augmented Reality M-Learning Trail with Place-based Pedagogy in Residential Education. In Conference Proceedings Mobile Learning Futures – Sustaining Quality Research and Practice in Mobile Learning (pp. 295-309). Dyson, Ng, Fergusson (Eds.). 15th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, mLearn 2016. Sydney, Australia, October 24-26, 2016.
    4. Wong, E., Kwong, T., Cheung, S., Ng, G., Chiu, R., & Zhong, E. (2016). Application of Augmented Reality Mobile Learning Trails to Develop Students’ Academic Integrity. In ELearning Excellence Awards – An Anthology of Case Histories 2016 (pp. 217-232). Remenyi, D.  (Ed.). United Kingdom: Academic Conferences and Publishing International Limited.
    5. Chan, J., Chiu, R., Ng, G. & Kwong, T. (2015).  How Clickstream Tracking Helps Design Mobile Learning Content. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE). Volume 2, Issue 7, PP 95-104.
    6. Chow, E., Pegrum, M., Thadani, D. & Wong, E. (2015).  Mobile Technologies and Augmented Reality: Early Experiences in Helping Students Learn About Academic Integrity and EthicsInternational Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE). Volume 2, Issue 7, July 2015, PP 112-120

Other Publications and Conference Presentations

    1. Kwong, T. & Ng, G. (2017). Cultivating Academic Integrity and Ethics of University Students with Augmented Reality Mobile Learning Trails. Presentation at Mobile Learning Research Project for Teacher Educators 2017 (MTech) at Guilin, China
    2. Law, L.Y., Ng, G. & Chiu, R. (2017). A Case Study of Uplifting a Mixed Group of Research Students’ Learning Motive on Academic Integrity and Ethics by using Mobile Technology. Presentation at eLearning Forum Asia 2017, Hong Kong.
    3. Chan, J., Chiu, R., Ng, G. & Kwong, T. (2015). An Application of Clickstream Tracking for Mobile Learning.  Presentation at eLearning Forum Asia 2015, Singapore .
    4. Chow, E., Pegrum, M., Thadani, D. & Wong, E. (2015).  Learning about Academic Integrity and Ethics using Mobile Technologies and Augmented Reality.  Presentation at eLearning Forum Asia 2015, Singapore
    5. Li, P., Kong, S. C., Guo, C., Wong, E., & Chan, J. (2015). Enhancing academic integrity online via blended learning and discussion analytics.  Proceedings of the eLearning Forum Asia 2015, Singapore.

This project is highlighted in the following publications

    1. Kukulska-Hulme, A., & Pegrum, M. (forthcoming 2017). Linguistic diversity in online and mobile learning. In A. Creese & A. Blackledge (Eds.), Handbook on language and superdiversity (pp.14-15). Routledge.
    2. Pegrum, M. (2015). Future directions in mobile learning. In J. Lu, D. Churchill & B. Fox (Eds.), Mobile learning design: Theories and applications.
    3. Pegrum, M. (2015). Mobile learning: What is it and what are its possibilities? In M. Henderson & G. Romeo (Eds.), Teaching and digital technologies: Big issues and critical questions (pp.142-153). Port Melbourne, VIC: Cambridge University Press.