DAY 1: 16 July 2015  
Parallel Paper Presentations 14:0015:30



Innovations in open / flexible curriculum development and pedagogy

Social media and ubiquitous learning

Information management requirements for precision education
Nabil Kamel
Arab Open University, Egypt Branch
Cairo, Egypt

Factors affecting the media literacy of young students
He Xuan
Peking University
Beijing, China

Learner interviews for flexible education in a Japanese tertiary curriculum
Yoko Hirata and Yoshihiro Hirata
Hokkai-Gakuen University
Sapporo, Japan

A study of instruction in college physics experiments in the context of big data
Jun Lv, Ning-sheng Ma, Kai Fang and Xian-chao Ma
Tongji University
Shanghai, China

Teacher design teams: Building capacity for flexible and learner-centred course development
Linglingay McDermott
University of the Philippines Open University
Manila, the Philippines

Learners without borders: Utilizing social media as a self-directed learning tool
Bob Barrett
American Public University

A case study of the development, use and impact of an online module for teaching financial literacy
Patrick K P Chan
SIM University

Reaching out to the young: A case study on teachers’ initiatives in using social media in the classroom
Ana Katrina T Marcial
University of the Philippines Open University
Los Baños, the Philippines

Bridging the distance in guidance and counselling education: Web-based video-sharing platforms as a tool for accessing and creating information
Rameses De Jesus
University of the Philippines Open University
Los Baños, the Philippines