Geology talking head filming

In the TeLi studio today, Prof. Chan, Lung Sang and the TeLi crew filmed not one, not two, but three episodes of the Geology MOOC.

Flipped Classroom Livestream Style Filming

Professional, efficient teaching. Engaging and interactive learnings. Peers to peers knowledge exchange and discussions. All of these are the ideal outcome of flipped classroom professional [...]

6th World Conference on Research Integrity

Do you know the 6th World Conference (WCRI) on Research Integrity, the largest and most significant international conference in this field will take place in Hong Kong and will be hosting by the [...]

Understanding Postmodernism through Postmodernist films

Postmodernist films often carry typical portrayals of gender, race, class, genre, and time. Without us realising it, such hyperreality as define by media culture is gradually blurring the [...]

Getting Well Prepared for EL

Getting well prepared is the first step to success. And when it comes to Experiential Learning (EL), getting well prepared is way more than that. “What you do would have real impact on real [...]

Welcome Prof Bai Jing from Nanjing University

We are delighted to welcome back our alumni and colleague Prof Bai Jing from Nanjing University. Accompanied by Prof Ying Chan, Prof Bai visited TELI for an exchange of knowledge in innovative [...]

Why Gender Matters?

Why Gender Matters? In support of the “HeForShe” movement, Professor Peter Mathieson launched a campus campaign addressing gender issues across HKU.

Melodramas of Migration

Psychology, history and cultural expressions, some trace of human behaviours could always be identified in movies at that time. Life is a balance of holding and letting go. Waves of mass [...]

MOOC as a New Way of Learning

Education is the backbone of society, and TeLi made e-learnings possible for MTR Learning Organisation by producing a MOOC about the components of their trains. Through the MOOC, MTR aims to [...]

Global Collective Memory and The Hong Kong Cinema

Popular culture and its productions are never just for fun. From the current Korean wave as driven by K-dramas and K-pop since the 90s, to Japanese manga, drama and music that has bred countless [...]