DAY 3: 8 July 2016  
Parallel Paper Presentation Session III 09:00 10:30
D0819 D0820
Engaging students and learning design Innovations in curriculum development
A Colloquim Approach to Determining Research Preparedness in a Graduate Programme Curriculum
Melinda F Lumanta

University of the Philippines Open University
Los Baños, the Philippines
Preparing the next Generation of China’s Computer Scientists: A Snapshot of Challenges for Sino-foreign Computer Science Education
Dave Towey

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Ningbo, China
Engaging Yi Jin Students: Problematic Educational Experiences
Tina Byrom and Philoria Ng
Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham, the United Kingdom
Student Perception of Using a Monopoly-based Accounting Simulation Game: Evidence from Hong Kong
Anson Wong and Bruce Li

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong SAR, China
The Effect of Using Instant Messaging Communication on the Teaching and Learning Experience of Students
Francis Yue
City University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR, China
Emerging Trends of E-Learning in Pakistan: Past, Present and Future
Siddiquei, L Nabia and R, Khalid

Virtual University of Pakistan and
Beacon House National University of Pakistan
Lahore, Pakistan
Learner Profiling for Improving Learner Success
Latifah Abdol Latif, Thirumeni T Subramaniam and
Zainuriyah Abdul Khatab

Open University Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A Case Study of Leveraging UniSIM programmes with the SkillsFuture Initiative
Kin Chew Lim, June Tay, Patrick Chan and Wai Ping Low

SIM University
Does 3600 Student Engagement Work for the Generation Z?
Pamela M H Kwok and Doreen Y P Tse
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong SAR, China
Closing the Gap: Remedial Programmes in Maths and English for Grade 11 Students in Schools for Low-income Families
June Kate Perello
PHINMA Education
Makati City, the Philippines
Piloting Small Private Online Course to Engage Cross-regional Learners of English Education Undergraduate Programme in Learning: Taking the Online Course Media Assisting English Teaching as an Example
Aiwu Peng

Hunan Radio and TV University
Changsha, China
Engaging students and learning design

A Study on Students’ Use of Real-time Voting Results of Digital Classroom Polling in Formative Assessment
Andrew Kwok-Fai Lui and Sin-Chun Ng
The Open University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR, China