Prof. Li, S C Sandy (李兆璋教授)

 

B.Sc.(Hons), PCEd, The University of Hong Kong
PhD (Theoretical Nuclear & Particle Physics), The Australian National University
Management Development Program (MDP), Harvard University

Professor of Education Studies
Associate Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences

ORCID https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3136-1496

Academic & Professional Experience

2016 –Associate Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences & Professor of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
2011 – 2016Head & Professor of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
2010 – 2011Associate Head/ Professor, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
2009 – 2010Associate Head/ Associate Professor, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
2008 – 2009Associate Head/Associate Professor, FT-PGDE & Dip in Ed Programmes Coordinator, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
2006 – 2009FT-PGDE/Dip in Ed Programmes Coordinator, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
2004 – 2009FT-PGDE Programmes Coordinator, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
2005 – 2010Associate Professor, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
2001 – 2005Assistant Professor, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
1998 – 2001Deputy Director, Centre for Information Technology in Education, The University of Hong Kong
2000 – 2001Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum Studies, The University of Hong Kong
1998 – 2000Teaching Consultant, Department of Curriculum Studies, The University of Hong Kong

Research Interests

  • Learning Analytics, Big Data and AI in Education
  • Ubiquitous Learning
  • STEM Education
  • Rasch Model and Multi-level Structural Equation Modelling
  • Brain-Computer Interface (BCI)
  • Leadership in ICT Implementation
  • Simulation and Modelling in Science Education

Research Projects and Scholarly Work

  1. GRF funded by Research Grant Council (~ $0.73 million). Unfolding students’ trajectories of computational thinking in a block-based programming environment: A machine learning approach.   (PI: 1/2023 – 6/2025).
  2. GRF funded by Research Grant Council (~$0.89 million). Promoting Digital Wellness: Investigating the effects of a context-aware adaptive mobile-app intervention on students with problematic smartphone use through a randomized controlled design.  (PI: 1/2022 – 4/2024).
  3. GRF funded by Research Grant Council (~$0.91 million). Comparative Study on ICT Implementation in Education between Hong Kong and Singapore. (PI: 10/2002 – 6/2006). 
  4. GRF funded by Research Grant Council (~$0.9 million). Investigating the Formation of Knowledge Building Communities in Technology Supported Environments.  (Co-I: 9/2001-3/2004)
  5. Research project funded by SCOLAR (~$ 1.1 million). Investigating e-Portfolio assessment literacy among adolescent learners: Portfolio compilation, emotional experiences, and conceptions of assessment. (Co-I: 2021 – on-going).
  6. Research project funded by SCOLAR (~$ 0.9 million). An exploratory study of language assessment training in Hong Kong: Trends, quality and development  (Co-I: 2018 – 2020)
  7. Teaching and Learning Project funded by University Grant Council ($0.3 million). Web-based Annotation Sharing Platform (WASP).  (PI: 2014 – 2018).
  8. R & D project funded by EDB ($1.3 million). Development of Learning Resources for the English Language Subject for Student Adaptive Learning. EDB:  (Co-I: 01/2021 – 11/2021).
  9. TDG project funded by HKBU ($0.3 million). Examining the use of social annotation to facilitate collaborative inquiry learning (PI: 2014 – 2016).
  10. R & D project funded by EDB ($1.3 million). Development of Learning Resources for the English Language Subject for Student Adaptive Learning.  (Co-I: 01/2021 – 11/2021).
  11. R & D project funded by EDB ($1.3 million). Development and Validation of Knowledge Structure and Assessment Tasks for the English Language Subject for Student Adaptive Learning (Co-I: 3/2019 – 3/2020).
  12. R & D project funded by EDB ($1.3 million). Building Knowledge Structure of Reading Skills in the Context of Student Adaptive Learning of English Language for Primary Schools to Enhance Learning and Teaching (Co-I: 11/2017-11/2018).
  13. KT Project funded by HKBU ($0.12 million). Building Online Assessment Resources to Empower Both Frontline Professionals and Students: Connecting reading and Writing across Key Stages 1 to 2 (Co-I: 1/9/2017-31/8/2018).
  14. Research Project funded by EDB (~1.3 million). Building Online Assessment Resources to Empower Both Frontline Professionals and Students: Connecting Reading and Writing across Key Stages 1 to 2  (Co-I: 13/10/2015 – 12/1/2017).
  15. Research Project funded by EDB (~1.3 million). Evaluation Study on the Implementation of the NSS English Curriculum in Hong Kong (Co-I: 2011 – 2013).
  16. Research Project funded by EDB (~1.3 million). Formulation of Teacher Professional Development Framework for Information and Technology (Co-PI: 4/2006 – 12/2007).
  17. Research Project funded by EDB (~1.3 million). Formulation of Information Literacy Framework for Hong Kong Students (Co-PI: 9/2004 – 3/2006).
  18. FRG project funded by HKBU ($60,000). Seamless Learning with One-to-One Ubiquitous Technology: Exploring Processes of Knowledge Creation across Formal and Informal Contexts (PI: 2011- 2012).
  19. FRG project funded by HKBU ($100,000). A Study of Students’ Perception of Internet Information Quality and Inquiry Learning.  (Co-I: 2011-2012).
  20. An Evaluation Study on the Implementation ICT in School. Fung Kai Primary School funded project: $330,000 (Co-I: 2011-2013)
  21. Investigation of Lifestyle Management Practices of Hong Kong People. Stephen Hui Wellness Centre funded project: $100,000 (Co-I: 2010-2011).
  22. Teaching Liberal Studies through Computer Modelling: A Study on the Process of Knowledge Construction, FRG: ~ $100,000 (PI: 2007 – 2009). 
  23. Evaluation of the use of IT Schoolbag to support teaching and learning. C. & M.A. Chui Chak Lam Memorial School Project (PI: 2006 – 2007). 
  24. Building a Learning Community for Teacher Education through an Interactive Video Database. TDG: $ 200,000 (Co-I: 2010-2011). 
  25. Problematic Internet Use in Secondary School and University Students: A Cross-Cultural Study in Hong Kong and Beijing. FRG: $ 100,000 (Co-I: 2006 – 2009).
  26. A study on the medium of instruction in Malaysia and Singapore: A historical study and content analysis approach. FRG: $100,000 (Co-I: 2006 –2009).
  27. Development of an Online Platform for Teaching and Learning of Chinese Culture. TDG: $100,000 (Co-I: 2006 – 2008).
  28. Preliminary Study on Reviewing the Progress and Evaluating the Information Technology in Education Projects. EMB: $1.3 million (Co-I: 12/2000-9/2001).
  29. Second International Study on Information Technology in Education (SITES M2). QEF: $3 million (Co-I: 7/2000 –9/2002).
  30. Study on the Use of Iconic Model Makers to Enhance Teaching and Learning of Science and Social Science Subjects in a collaborative Web-based Environment. QEF: $2 million (Co-I: 7/1999 –7/2001).
  31. Self-directed Learning with Information Technology in Web -based Environment (SLITS) (8/1998 – 11/1999) (Serving as the Co-Investigator)
  32. QEF funded (~ 2 millions) Second International Study on Information Technology in Education (SITES M1). UGC: 1.8 million (Co-I: 7/1999 – 9/2001).
  33. Knowledge Co-construction in a Web-based Collaborative Concept Mapping Environment. FRG: $42,000 (PI: 1/2002 – 1/2003).
  34. A study on the effectiveness of using Interactive SmartBoard to enhance teaching and learning. EMB: $0.6 million. (Co-I: 9/2005 to 5/2007). 
  35. UGC funded Interface Project (~ $1.2 million) Hub schools for establishing knowledge building communities. UGC: $1.2 million (Co-I: 9/2001-3/2003).
  36. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Primary School. EDB: $0.9 million (PI: 2013 – 2014).
  37. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Secondary School. EDB: $0.6 million (PI: 2013 – 2014).
  38. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Primary School. EDB: $0.76 million (PI: 2012 – 2013).
  39. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Secondary School. EDB: $0.5 million (PI: 2012 – 2013).
  40. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Primary School. EDB: $0.76 million (PI: 2011 – 2012).
  41. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Secondary School. EDB: $0.5 million (PI: 2011 – 2012).
  42. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Primary School. EDB: $0.76 million (PI: 2010 – 2011).
  43. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Secondary School. EDB: $0.5 million (PI: 2010 – 2011).
  44. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Primary School. EDB: $0.76 million (PI: 2009 – 2010).
  45. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Secondary School. EDB: $0.5 million (PI: 2009 – 2010).
  46. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Primary School. EDB: $0.76 million (PI: 2008 – 2009).
  47. Leadership Programme for Middle Leaders of Secondary School. EDB: $0.5 million (PI: 2008 – 2009).

  Service to the HKSAR Government

  1. Member of the Education Panel, Research Grant Council (RGC), 2018 – 2024
  2. Member of the Education Panel for the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2020, Research Grant Council (RGC), HKSAR
  3. Member of the Education Panel for the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2014, Research Grant Council (RGC), HKSAR
  4. Member of the Assessment Panel on Information Technology in Education for Chief Executive’s Award for Teaching Excellence 2011-2012
  5. Member of the Dissemination and Promotion Sub-committee of the Quality Education Fund (QEF) (2011-13)
  6. Member of the Steering Committee on Principals’ Professional Development (2010 – 2014)
  7. Member of the Steering Committee on Examining the Implementation of the Through-train mode in Primary and Secondary Schools (2010 – 2013)
  8. Member of the Steering Committee on Strategic Development of Information Technology in Education: providing professional advice on the implementation of the Third Strategy on Information Technology in Education in Hong Kong (2009 – 2015).
  9. Appointed member of the Public Affairs Forum, Public Affairs Bureau, providing professional opinions and advice on education and related matters (2005 – 2006).
  10. Appointed member of the task force on formulating the Information Literacy framework for schools set up by the Education and Manpower Bureau in 2004.

 Selected Publications

  1. Li, S. C. & Petersen, K. J. (2022). Does ICT matter? Unfolding the complex multilevel structural relationship between technology use and academic achievements in PISA 2015. Educational Technology & Society, 25(4), 43-55(Top 4%  46/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; Impact Factor of 3.522 and 5-Year impact factor of 3.941 according to Thomson Scientific 2020 Journal Citation Report)
  2. Zhu, J., & Li, S. C. (2022). The non-linear relationships between ICT use and academic achievement of secondary students in Hong KongComputers & Education. (Top 1%  2/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; Impact Factor 11.182; Q1: SJR
  3. Li, S. C. & Lai, T.K.H. (2022). Unfolding knowledge co-construction processes through social annotation and online collaborative writing with text mining techniques. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 38(1), 148-163. https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.6834 (Top 7%  93/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; 4-year impact factor of 3.183; JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1 H-Index: 48).
  4. Li, S. C., Poon, A. Y. K, Lai, T. K. H. & Tam, S. T .C. (2021). Does Middle Leadership Matter? Evidence from a Study of System-wide Reform on English language Curriculum. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 24(2), 224-243https://doi.org/10.1080/13603124.2018.1529823. (JCR 2019: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1; Scimago: Q1 in Arts and Humanities)
  5. Lui, M., Lau, G. K. B., Tam, V. C. W.*, Chiu, H. M., Li, S. S. C., & Sin, K. F. (2020). Parents’ impact on children’s school performance: marital satisfaction, parental involvement, and mental health. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 29, 1548-1560. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10826-019-01655-7 (SSCI; IF = 2.11 Q1 in Life-span and Life-course Studies)
  6. Tam, V. C., Chan, J. W., Li, S. C., & Pow, J. (2018). Developing and managing school human capital for information and communication technology integration: A case study of a school-based e-learning project in Hong Kong. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 21(4), 447-461. DOI: 10.1080/13603124.2017.1318958 (JCR 2019: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1; Scimago: Q1 in Arts and Humanities)
  7. Chan, W.W.J., Lau, M.,  Li, S.C., Pow, J., Lai, G. & Wong, A. (2017). Challenges university students face when integrating new ICT tools into their learning: An exploratory study of a social annotation tool. Journal of the International Society for Teacher Education, 21(1), 7-23.
  8. Deng, L., Li, S.C. & Lu, J. (2017). Supporting collaborative group projects with Web 2.0 tools: A holistic approach. Innovations in Education and Teaching International. 55(6), 724–734. (Top 18%  253/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; Scimago: Q1 in Education)
  9. Deng, L., Chen Y-H., & Li, S.C. (2017). Supporting Cross-cultural Online Discussion with Formal and Informal Platforms: A Case Between Hong Kong and Taiwan. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning. 12(5), 1-15. DOI: https://10.1186/s41039-017-0050-z (Top 9%  125/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; Scimago: Q1 in Education and Media Technology)
  10. Commander, N., Ku, K. L., Gallagher, P., Ashong, C., Deng, L., & Li, S. C. (2016) Cross-national online discussion with U. S. and Hong Kong education students. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 24(4), 383-413.  (ranked 1st in Teacher Education and Technology H-Index)
  11. Chan, W.W.J., Tam, V.C., Li S.C., & Pow, J. (2016). The Development of an Assignment Coding Guide for Evaluating ICT-usage in 21st Century Primary School in Hong Kong. Journal of the International Society for Teacher Education, 20(1), 54-66.
  12. Li, S. C., Pow, J.W.C. & Cheung, W.C. (2015). A delineation of the cognitive processes manifested in a social annotation environment. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 31(1) pp. 1-13 DOI: 10.1111/jcal.12073 (Top 5%  57/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1; Rank by Journal Impact Factor (JIF): Q1; Scimago: Q1 in Arts and Humanities)
  13. Pow, J.W.C. & Li, S. C. (2015). The effect of students’ perceptions of Internet information quality on their use of Internet information in inquiry-based learning. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 31(4), 439-457 (Top 7%  93/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; 4-year impact factor of 3.183; JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1 H-Index: 48).
  14. Li, S.C. and Choi, T.H. (2014). Does social capital matter? A quantitative approach to examining technology infusion in schools. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. 30(1) pp.1-16. doi: 10.1111/jcal.12010. (Top 5%  57/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1; Rank by Journal Impact Factor (JIF): Q1; Scimago: Q1 in Arts and Humanities)
  15. Li, S.C., Ma, H.K. & Pow, J.W.C. (2013). A Structural Equation Modelling Approach to Elucidating the Interplay between Internet Use and Social Behaviours. British Journal of Art and Social Sciences, 12(2) pp. 253-267. 
  16. Fu, F., An, N. & Li, S.C. (2013). Lifestyle Management Practice of 40-59 Years Cohort in Hong Kong. Advances in Physical Education, 3(2) pp. 53-61. (Google-based Impact Factor: 1.12  h-index: 19)
  17. Wong, E.M.L. & Li, S.C. (2011). Framing ICT Implementation in a Context of Educational Change – A Structural Equation Modelling Analysis. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 27(2), 361-379. (Top 7%  93/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1; Rank by Journal Impact Factor (JIF): Q1; Scimago: Q1 in Arts and Humanities)
  18. Li, S.C. & Pow, J.W.C. (2011). The Affordance of Deep Infusion of One-to-One Tablet PCs into and beyond Classroom. International Journal of Instructional Media, 38 (4) pp. 319-326. 
  19. Li, S.C. (2011). Cognitive Perturbation and Conceptual Change in Learning Ecology with Dynamic Modeling. International Journal of Instructional Media, 38(4) pp. 359- 367 .
  20. Ma, H.K., Li, S.C. & Pow, J.W.C. (2011). The Relation of Internet Use to Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior in Chinese Adolescents. CyberPsychology, Behavior & Social Networking, 14(3),  pp. 123-130. (Top 5%  20/467 in Scopus – Communication 2021;; Top 7%  26/296 in Scopus – Social Psychology 2021; JCR 2020: Rank by Rank by Journal Impact Factor (JIF): Q1; Scimago: Q1)
  21. Li, S.C. (2010). Social Capital, Empowerment and Educational Change: A Scenario of Permeation of One-to-One Technology in School. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 26(4) pp.284-295. (Top 5%  57/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1; Rank by Journal Impact Factor (JIF): Q1; Scimago: Q1)
  22. Li, S.C., Pow, J.W.C., Wong, E.M.L. & Fung, A.C.W. (2010). Empowering Student Learning through Tablet PCs: A Case Study. Education and Information Technologies, 15(3) pp. 171-180. (Top 5%  66/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021JCR 2020: Rank by Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI): Q1; Scimago: Q1).
  23. Wong, E.M.L. & Li, S. C. (2008). Framing ICT Implementation in a Context of Educational Change: A Multilevel Analysis. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 19(1) pp. 99-120. (Top 15%  205/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI): Q1; Scimago: Q1 in Arts and Humanities; SCImago – Education: Q1  H-Index: 35).
  24. Li, S.C. (2008). Examining the Use of Dynamic Modeling Environment to Support Learning and Teaching of Science: A Quantitative Analysis. International Journal of Instructional Media, Vol. 35(4) pp.433-454. 
  25. Wong, E.M.L., Li, S.C., Choi, T.H. & Lee, T.N. (2008). Insights into Innovative Classroom Practices with ICT: Identifying the Impetus for Change. Educational Technology & Society Journal, 11(1) pp.248-265. (Top 4%  46/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1; Rank by Journal Impact Factor (JIF): Q1; Scimago: Q1 in Arts and Humanities; SCImago  – Education: Q1  H-Index: 47).
  26. Lui, A.K., Cheung, Y. H. Y. & Li, S. C. (2008). Leveraging Students’ Programming Laboratory Work as Worked Examples. Inroads – SIGCSE Bulletin, 40 (2) pp.69-73. [ERA] 
  27. Li, S.C., Law, N. & Lui, A.K.F. (2006). Cognitive Perturbation through Dynamic Modelling: a Pedagogical Approach to Conceptual Change in Science. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 22(5) pp. 405-422. (Top 5%  57/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1; Rank by Journal Impact Factor (JIF): Q1; Scimago: Q1)
  28. Li, S.C. (2006). A Constructivist Approach to Designing Computer Supported Concept Mapping Environment. International Journal of Instructional Media, 33(2) pp. 153- 164
  29. Li, S.C., Kong, S.C. & Lee, F.L. (2006). Capacity Building for Lifelong Learning: A Study of Practitioners’ Perceptions on Information Literacy. Informatics in Education, 5(2) pp.231-244. (Top 12% 54/467 in Scopus – Communication 2021; Top 14% 196/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; SCImago: Q1 in Education 2021).
  30. Atjonen, P. & Li, S.C. (2006). ICT in Education in Finland and Hong Kong: An Overview of the Present State at Different Levels of Educational System. Informatics in Education, 5(2) pp.183-194. (Top 12% 54/467 in Scopus – Communication 2021; Top 14% 196/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; SCImago: Q1 in Education 2021).
  31. Lui A.K.F., Choy S.S.O., Cheung Y.H.Y. and Li S.C. (2006). A study on the perception of students towards educational weblogs. Informatics in Education, 5(2) pp.245-266. (Top 12% 54/467 in Scopus – Communication 2021; Top 14% 196/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; SCImago: Q1 in Education 2021).
  32. Wong, E.M.L. & Li, S.C. (2006). Is ICT a lever for educational change? A Study of the Impact of ICT on Teaching and Learning. Informatics in Education, 5(2) pp.329-348. (Top 12% 54/467 in Scopus – Communication 2021, Top 14% 196/1406 in Scopus – Education 2021; SCImago: Q1 in Education 2021).
  33. Li, S.C., Hoyles, M., Kuyucak, S., Chung, S.H. (1998). Brownian Dynamics Study of Ion Transport in the Vestibule of Membrane Channels. Biophysical Journal, (74) pp.37-47. (JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1; SCImago  – Biophysics: Q1  H-Index 204].
  34. Li, S. C. & Kuyucak, S. (1996). Description of deformed nuclei in sdg-interacting boson model. Nuclear Physics A, (604) pp.305-340. [included in the Thomson Reuters ISI Citation Index  with an impact factor of 1.706 ERA: A] [SCImago Journal & Country Rank – Nuclear and High Energy Physics: Q1  H-Index 126].
  35. Kuyucak, S., & Li, S. C. (1995b). High-spin states in boson models with applications to actinide nuclei. Physics Letters B, (354) pp.189-195. (JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1 with an impact factor of 5.083 ERA: A*; SCImago  – Nuclear and High Energy Physics: Q1  H-Index 208).
  36. Kuyucak, S., & Li, S. C. (1995a). 1/N expansion formalism for high-spin state. Physics Letters B, (349) pp. 253-260. (JCR 2020: Rank by Journal Citation Index (JCI) Q1 with an impact factor of 5.083 ERA: A*; SCImago  – Nuclear and High Energy Physics: Q1  H-Index 208).

Referred book chapters

  1. Li, S.C. & Pow, J. W. C. (2013). Cognitive perturbation with dynamic modelling: A reconceptualization of conceptual change in science education. In S. Phillipson et al. (Eds.) Constructing educational achievement: A sociocultural perspective.  (pp.243 – 253). London/New York: Routledge.
  2. Pow, J., Li, S.C., and Fung, A.C.W. (2009). Students’ inquiry learning in the Web 2.0 age. In A. Tatnall et al. (Eds.) Evolution of Information Technology in Educational Management (pp.107 – 116). New York: Springer.
  3. Kong, S.C., Lee, F.L., Li, S.C., & Henri, J. (2005). A Study of the Development of an Information Literacy Framework for Hong Kong Students. In C.K.Looi, D. Jonassen, & M. Ikeda (Eds.), Towards Sustainable and Scalable Educational Innovations Informed by the Learning Sciences(pp. 156-163). Amsterdam: IOS press (nominated for the best paper award).
  4. Lui, A. & Li, S.C. (2002). Patterns of Web Based Learning in the Semantic Web Era, Web-based Learning. Men and Machines. (eds.) Kwan R. et al., World Scientific, Singapore. In proceedings of The First International Conference on Web-based Learning (ICWL 2002), p135-146.
  5. Li, S. C. (2001). Using ICT in Inductive Teaching and Learning. In N. Law (Ed.) Changing Classrooms, Changing Schools (pp.69-78). IEA/CITE, The University of Hong Kong.
  6. Li, S. C., & Chow, Y. (2001). Catalytic Integration Model of ICT Implementation in Schools. In N. Law (Ed.) Changing Classrooms, Changing Schools (pp.139-150). CITE, The University of Hong Kong.

Books

  1. Fu, F. H., An, N., & Li, S. C. (2011). Lifestyle Management Practices of Hong Kong People. Hong Kong Baptist University.
  2. Law, N., Yuen, H.K., Ki, W.W., Li, S.C. & Y. Lee, Y. (2001). Changing Classrooms, Changing Schools (pp.69-78). IEA/CITE, the University of Hong Kong.
  3. 羅陸慧英、袁海球、祁永華、李兆璋、李陽、周燕 (2000)。 “教學上應評用資訕訊科技優秀案例剖析” CITE 2000.
  4. Law, N., Yuen, H.K., Ki, W.W., Li, S.C. & Y. Lee, Y. (1999). Second International Information Technology in Education Study: Hong Kong Report. IEA/CITE (1999).
  5. Li, S. C. (1996b). Investigation of deformed nuclei in Interacting Boson Models. The Australian National University.

Refereed Conference Proceedings/ Papers:

  1.  Henri, J. Kong, S.C., Lee, F. L., Li, S. C. (2008). An Evaluation of Automatic Text Categorization in Online Discussion Analysis, Proceedings of ILA-TISS 2008 International Conference on Knowledge for All: Role of Libraries and Information Centres, Mumbai, November 12- 15, 2008, pp. 887 – 897.
  2. Lui, A.K., Li, S.C., Choy, S.O (2007). An Evaluation of Automatic Text Categorization in Online Discussion Analysis, Proceedings of 7th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2007), Niigata, July 18-20, 2007, pp. 205 – 209, IEEE Computer Society.
  3.  Henri, J., Kong, S. C., Lee, F. L., & Li, S. C. (2006, 20-24 August).  An information literacy framework for schools: The Hong Kong experience. Presented at the World Library and Information Congress: 72nd IFLA General Conference and Council, Seoul, Korea (pp. 1- 14).
  4. Ip, W.H., Lee, F.L., Pun, S.W., Li, S.C. & Kong S.C. (2006). “Using Interactive Whiteboards (IWB) in Enhancing Learning and Teaching in Hong Kong Schools. Proceedings of International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE2006), Nov-Dec. Beijing.
  5. Kong, S.C., Lee, F.L., Li, S. C., & Henri, J. (2005). A Study of the Development of an Information Literacy Framework for Hong Kong Students. In C. K.Looi, D. Jonassen & M. Ikeda (Eds.) Towards Sustainable and Scalable Educational Innovations Informed by the Learning Sciences(pp.156-163). Amsterdam.
  6. Lui, A. Kwan, R. & Li, S.C. (2005). An Advanced Organizer for Asynchronous Discussion Forums. Proceedings of the 5th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies. July 2005, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, pp.130-132.
  7. Kong, S.C., Li, Lee, F.L., Li, S.C., & Henri, J. (2005). The Core Values of Information Literacy in the Ubiquitous Information Society. The 2005 International Association of School Librarianship Conference. July 2005, Hong Kong.
  8. Lee,  T.N., Choi, T.H., Li, S.C. & Wong, E.M.L. (2004). Case studies of ICT Communication and Information Technology in Education Conference Proceedings (pp.1-16), October 2004. Macau.
  9. Wong, Emily M.L. & Li, S.C.  (2003). Impacts of IT implementation on modes of learning: An Overview of what is happening in Hong Kong. Proceedings of ERA Conference 2003: In and Out Classroom (pp.176-190) Singapore.
  10. Li, S.C. & Lui, A. (2003). MindNet: A Web-based Collaborative Concept-Mapping Environment to Support Knowledge Co-construction.Proceedings of International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE2003) (pp.207-310) Hong Kong.
  11. Lui, A. & Li, S.C. (2002). Patterns of Web Based Learning in the Semantic Web Era, Web-based Learning. Men and Machines. (eds.) Kwan R. et al., World Scientific, Singapore. In proceedings of The First International Conference on Web-based Learning (ICWL 2002), p135-146.
  12. Law, N., Li, S. C., Li, R., & Tang, P. (2000). WorldMaker: Making Collaborative Exploration of Complex Systems Accessible to Children.Proceedings of the 4th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education (pp 448-455). Singapore.
  13. Wong, L. C., & Li, S. C. (1998). Vrml: Opportunities in teaching and learning. Proceedings of the HKERA 1998 International Conference. Hong Kong.

Research Report:

  1.  譚肖芸、陳煥華、李兆璋及鮑偉昌 (2014)。《鳳溪創新小學創新電子學習計劃評估研究報告》。報告呈交鳳溪創新小學及香港教育統籌局。
  2. Poon, Y. K. A., Lai, K. H. T. & Li, S. C. (2012). Evaluation of the Implementation of Curriculum Reform in English Language Education in Hong Kong. Commissioned by the Education Bureau of HKSAR.
  3. Li, S. C., Pow, J. W. C., & Wong, E. M. L. (2008). Evaluation of the Use of Tablet PCs to Support Teaching and LearningC. & M.A. Chui Chak Lam Memorial School (2006 – 2007)
  4. Kong, S. C., Li, S. C., Pun, S. W., & Yuen, A. H. K. (2007). Provision of Consultancy Service: Revamp of Teachers’ IT Training Framework. Education Bureau, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government.
  5. Li, S.C., Lee, F.L., Kong, S.C. & Henri, J. (2005). Information Literacy Framework for Hong Kong Students. Hong Kong Education and Manpower Bureau, HKSAR Government.
  6. Kong, S.C., Lee, F.L., Henri, J. & Li, S.C. (2005). A Study on the Development of an Information Literacy Framework for Hong Kong Students.Hong Kong Education and Manpower Bureau, HKSAR Government.
  7. Law, N., Wong, K. C., Li, S. C., Yuen, H. K., & Lee, Y. (2001). Preliminary Study on Reviewing the Progress and Evaluating the Information Technology in Education (ITEd) Projects. Hong Kong Education and Manpower Bureau, HKSAR Government.
  8. Law, N., Yuen, H. K., Ki, W. W., Li, S. C., & Lee, Y. (1999). Second International Information Technology in Education Study: Hong Kong SAR Report. IEA/CITE, The University of Hong Kong.

Scholarly works:

  1. Li, S. C., Lau, M.M.K. & Chan, J.W.W. & Wong, A. (2016). WASP: A Web-based Annotation Sharing Platform for Collaborative Inquiry Learning. (http://educwasp.hkbu.edu.hk )
  2. Poon, A.Y.K., Lai,T,K.H. & Li, S.C. (2016). A Mobile Learning Platform for Supporting Reading and Writing. (http://educelt.hkbu.edu.hk)
  3. Li, S. C. (2002). MindNet: A Collaborative Concept Mapping Environment for Knowledge Construction.  (http://mindnet.hkbu.edu.hk/)

Papers presented in conferences and symposiums 

  1. Commander, N., Ku, K. Y. L., Gallagher, P., Deng, L. & Li, S. C. (2014) Increasing Cultural Awareness Of Future Teachers Through Virtual International Experiences. Paper presented at The Future of Education Conference, Florence, Italy, June 2014.
  2. Deng, L., Lau, M., Li, S. C., Connelly, J. (2014) Supporting Inquiry-Based Group Projects With Web 2.0 Tools: A Multiplex Approach. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.
  3. Li, S.C., (2014). Does social Annotation matters? A delineation of collaborative inquiry learning with online bookmarking tools. The International Society for Teacher Education 34th Annual Seminar, 22 to 25 April 2014, Antalya, Turkey.
  4. Tam, V.C., Chan, W.W.J., Li, S.C., Pow, J., & Cheung, V. (2014). The Development and Use of an Observation Guide for Assessing ICT-facilitated Lessons in 21st Century Primary School Classrooms in Hong Kong. The International Society for Teacher Education 34th Annual Seminar, 22 to 25 April 2014, Antalya, Turkey.
  5. Tam, V.C., Chan, W.W.J., Li, S.C., Pow, J., Li, S.Y., Lau, L.C., & Cheung, V. (2013). Teachers’ Perception and Adoption of E-Learning: a case study of a primary school in Hong Kong. The International Society for Teacher Education 33rd Annual Seminar, 27 to 31 May 2013, Hong Kong.
  6. Li, S. C., & Law, N. (2000). Interactive Teachers’ Network: Technological Support to Teacher Professional Development. Paper presented at the CITE Colloquium 2000, Hong Kong.
  7. Law, N., & Li, S. C. (2000). From Simulation to Modelling: Teaching and Learning Science with Iconic Model Maker. Paper presented at theCITE Colloquium 2000, Hong Kong.
  8. Law, N., Yuen, H. K., Ki, W. W., Li, S. C., & Lee, Y. (2000). Studying ICT- supported pedagogical practices. Paper presented at the CITE Colloquium 2000, Hong Kong.
  9. Ki, W. W., Li, S. C., & Chan, C. (2000). Analyzing the pattern and quality of interaction in an online education forum. Paper presented at theCITE Colloquium 2000, Hong Kong.
  10. Li, S. C., & Robson, B. A. (1994a). a-cluster representation in heavy-ion reactionsPaper presented at the 7th International conference on Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms, Varenna, Italy.
  11. Li, S. C., & Robson, B. A. (1994b). Resonant structures in the 16O + 20Ne system. Paper presented at the 6th Asia-Pacific Meeting and the 11th AIP Congress, Brisbane, Australia.11.182