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The 9th Knowledge Management & E-Learning Workshop


 


The 9th Knowledge Management & E-Learning Workshop
 
- Preparing Creative and Critical Thinkers in The Digital Age
 
Time:
June 7-20, 2017
 
Organizers:
Advanced Innovation Center for Future Education, Beijing Normal University
Laboratory for Knowledge Management & E-Learning, University of Hong Kong
 
The KM&EL Lab aims to promotes high-quality research and international collaboration in the areas of knowledge management and e-learning. Supported by the Faculty of Education of HKU, the KM&EL Lab has held the annual workshop since 2009. Fifty world-renowned scholars have delivered keynotes and lectures at the workshop. The speakers include AIS Fellow, IEEE Fellow, ACMI Fellow, CAHS Fellow, and IBSTOI Fellow. Some of the speakers are from world-class universities such as MIT and the University of Oxford. Some of them are editors of prestigious journals such as Computers & Education, The Internet and Higher Education, Educational Technology & Society, and Educational Technology Research and Development.
 
This year, the KM&EL Workshop will be jointly organized by the Advanced Innovation Center for Future Education of BNU and the KM&EL Lab of HKU. The theme of the workshop is: Preparing Creative and Critical Thinkers in the Digital Age. Four scholars from Hong Kong, the United States, and the United Kingdom will deliver keynotes and share their latest research and findings.
 
The KM&EL Lab is dedicated to advancing research and improving the lab’s international recognition in the field of knowledge management and e-learning. The lab has been collaborating with world-class institutions including Harvard University and University of Cambridge. The lab has also led several research projects funded by Hong Kong government. Besides, the lab has funded an international journal—Knowledge Management & E-Learning (Scopus indexed). More recently, the director of the lab will lead a research symposium on deeper learning at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA).