DAY 2: 17 July 2015  
Parallel Paper Presentations 10:3012:00
D0709 D0710
Open educational resources and ubiquitous learning Use of technologies to enhance ubiquitous teaching and learning
Towards a generic education pattern of software design courses: An empirical study
Jitong Zhao, Yan Liu, Xiaowen Yang, Yangyang Xu and Zunhe Liu
Tongji University
Shanghai, China
Optimizing the learning of the analytics process using a reinforcement learning framework
Samuel P M Choi and S S Lam
The Open University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR, China
Employing open educational resources (OER) to facilitate sustainable online ‘communities of practice’ for vocational education and training (VET)
Ricky Yuk-kwan Ng and Annie Winnie Cheng
Vocational Training Council
Hong Kong SAR, China
Tools and techniques for creating compelling mobile learning content
Tan Eik Chor Christopher
Singapore Polytechnic
How to incorporate open educational resources (OER) into the infrastructure and pedagogy for promoting ubiquitous learning
Kamalika Banerjee
Indira Gandhi National Open University
Delhi, India
User acceptance of ‘Bring your own device’ (BYOD) for language learning: Why and why not?
Gwendoline Guan and Juliana Chau
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong SAR, China
Gary Cheng
The Hong Kong Institute of Education
Hong Kong SAR, China
Formative evaluation of Hong Kong’s first open textbooks
K S Yuen and K C Li
The Open University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR, China
The design and development of a 3D model of physics based on WebGL
Bo He and Zu-yuan Wang
Tongji University
Shanghai, China
Mobile learning and open / flexible education modes Distant teacher-student collaboration
Frolova Natalia
National Research University Higher School of Economics
Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
Mobile learning in the lecture theatre: The use of Google forms for teaching Chinese linguistics
Ken S K Cheng
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong SAR, China
What makes learners use portable educational applications on the smartphones in their pockets?
Sahoon Kim
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Seoul, Korea