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PhD Students’ Career Intentions and Trajectories in Greater China and Beyond
A mounting number of PhD students and graduates face increasingly constrained academic labour markets. Dr Hugo Horta, Associate Professor of the Faculty's Academic Unit of Social Contexts and Policies of Education, is conducting some research to assess the experiences, motivations and intended career trajectories of PhD students in Greater China and beyond.
Understanding Chinese Conceptualisations of “Plagiarism” and Exploring Intertextual Education in Schools
Everyone may know what “plagiarism” is, but Dr Li Yongyan, Associate Professor in the Faculty’s Academic Unit of Social Contexts and Policies of Education, has looked further into understanding Chinese conceptualisations of “plagiarism” from a historical perspective, and has explored how intertextual education has been conducted in schools in Hong Kong and mainland China.
The Unrealised Potential of Feedback
Professor David Carless is a pioneer in feedback literacy, particularly at the tertiary level. His efforts recently earned him a Humanities and Social Sciences Prestigious Fellowship from the University Grants Council to further his research and a Teaching Development Grant to consider how to apply his findings at HKU.