Prof. Sandy LI
Professor, Education Studies Associate Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences
- SMART SOCIETY
Professor Sandy C. Li has been the Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) of the Faculty of Social Sciences since 2016. He was the former Head of Department of Education Studies from 2011 to 2016. He was also a member of Steering Committee on Strategic Development of Information Technology in Education of the Education Bureau from 2009-2015, to advise the Education Bureau (EDB) on the strategic direction, implementation and evaluation of integrating information technology (IT) into education. He is currently serving on the RGC panel and RAE 2020 Education Panel. Professor Li has published widely in the field of ICT Implementation in education. His research interests focus on educational policy research, educational e-leadership, STEM education, ubiquitous learning, one-to-one computing, social media and learning, adaptive learning, learning analytics, Rasch modelling, multilevel structural equation modelling and applications of quantitative methods in educational research.
- Instigating a paradigm shift in English Language education in Hong Kong
- EDB funded Projects - Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Primary and Secondary School (11/2008 – 6/2011) (Serving as the Principal Investigator/Programme Leader)(Please refer to the related research output here)
- Building Online Assessment Resources to Empower Both Frontline Professionals and Students: Connecting Reading and Writing across Key Stages 1 to 2
- Knowledge structure of reading skills in the context of student adaptive learning for English language for primary schools to enhance learning and teaching
- WASP: A Web-based Annotation Sharing Platform for Collaborative Inquiry Learning
WASP refers to a web-based platform where users are able to collaborate in groups to create annotation and share resources with each other. The motivation for developing the social annotation tool is the penetration of social media in higher education, Professor Li said. The WASP creators conducted studies on existing social annotation apps in the market and found that not enough products are available to facilitate users to reflect on and regulate their learning.“Our motivation is, of course, to enhance the knowledge management facilities of those platforms. For most of those apps or tools available in the market, they could not support co-annotation for PDF files,” Professor Li pointed out.