Partnership of Oxford University Press and HKU iClass - Perfect Match for e-Learning

HKU e-Learning Development Laboratory has developed an interactive mobile learning platform iClass. Adopting the iClass Learning Management System, Oxford University Press creates a fun and dynamic language learning experience with a range of engaging class activities.

The launching ceremony and briefing seminar was successfully held on May 9, 2015. Around 100 local primary and secondary school teachers attended the event. Dr Wilton Fok, Director of e-Learning Development Laboratory and Mr Eric Au Yeung, Project Manager of e-Learning Development Laboratory, shared their views on e-learning trends and how iClass helps arouse students' learning interest. Finally, based on different learning areas in Chinese and English, Mr Stanley Hui and Ms Rebecca Tsoi from Oxford University Press introduced various interactive activities on iClass such as drawing activity, mind map, polling, peer review and audio and video recording, which facilitate students’ language learning.

Two videos showcasing the innovative features of iClass can be found here:

Speakers gave a live demonstration of using iClass to make lessons fun and interactive for students.

Teachers listened attentively to the presentation and showed great interest in the e-learning platform.

Dr Wilton Fok shared his professional views on e-learning trends with teachers.

Mr Eric Au Yeung shared the experience on using iClass at schools.

Mr Stanley Hui and Ms Rebecca Tsoi explained how to deliver engaging iClass activities with Chinese and English textbooks.