Staff Profile


Prof. Ian Holliday
MA (Cantab), MPhil (Oxon), DPhil (Oxon)

Dr Albert Ko

Director

Professor Ian Holliday is also the Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning). His profile can be viewed at http://www.presidentoffice.hku.hk/smt/pvc-TL.html.

Email: ian.holliday@hku.hk
Tel: 2859 2101


Ms Amia Cheung
BSSc, MA

Ms Amia Cheung

Lecturer and Centre Coordinator

Amia Cheung has extensive experience in educational development in higher education. She was one of the core members in implementing institutional e-Learning strategies and pioneering the adoption and investigation of ePortfolios at City University of Hong Kong. She also supported the institutional adoption of outcomes-based education and implementation of a range of educational policies for quality assurance such as academic honesty, peer review of teaching and student learning experience. She designed and conducted many different workshops for both faculty and students to promote and enable active, reflective, collaborative and evidence-based learning. Her research interests relate to active, reflective, collaborative and experiential learning, educational technologies, authentic assessment, and creativity and innovation. She enjoys collaboration with teachers and faculty from all disciplines to reflect on and support innovative teaching and learning.

Prior to joining the University, Amia worked in the media, multimedia industries and performing arts, which enabled her to outreach to different societal sectors and organizations. She joined also a church to visit remote areas in northern Thailand to understand and support the operations of church and orphanages there, and gained insights into another part of the world very different from Hong Kong.

Amia has a Bachelor of Honours Degree in Film and Video studies, from the School of Communication at Hong Kong Baptist University and a Master’s Degree awarded with Distinction in Communication and New Media at City University of Hong Kong . She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong.

Email: amia@hku.hk
Tel: 2219 4877