QESS/TDG Project Sharing Series #1: Turning Your Teaching Ideas into a Project

Have you thought of turning your teaching ideas into a project and applying for funding to develop your great ideas? To let our colleagues know more about how to make it happen, the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is pleased to organise a series of sharing seminars on how to prepare a QESS/TDG project.

We are honoured to have Dr Jack Wu, Assistant Professor of Department of Supply Chain and Information Management, to kick-start our Sharing Series #1.

Topic:Turning Your Teaching Ideas into a Project
Date:26 November, 2020 (Thursday)
Time:14:00 – 14:45
Venue:Mr and Mrs Li Pui Leung Classroom (D302) and live broadcast via Zoom
(The meeting link will be provided to colleagues via email.)
Speaker:Dr Jack Wu, Assistant Professor, Department of Supply Chain and
Information Management


Are you interested in finding out some more resources to enhance the quality of teaching and learning for students and teachers? Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS) could be one of the sources! If you think it is a bit too far away from you, how about Teaching Development Grant (TDG) funded by our University?

Granted with our University’s TDG for the project “Read-out-Loud: An A.I. driven App to improve the language speaking proficiency of students in English and Putonghua” (2019/20) and also a QESS two-year project “Interactive artificial intelligence assisted chatbot for self-improving oral English proficiency” (2020), Dr Jack Wu will provide you with an overview of the funding opportunities, priority areas and preparation work. Looking for cross-discipline partners with common interests is also an important issue to be discussed.

Come join and be inspired! Perhaps you could even find your project partners over there.

All academic staff are welcome to join! Please click here for registration.

We look forward to seeing you in the sharing!