Lillian provides assistance in both quantitative and qualitative research for a number of Teaching Development Grant (TDG) and General Research Fund (GRF) projects. She is involved in the writing of literature reviews, the collection of survey and interview data, quantitative and qualitative analysis of data, and the writing of research reports.
Research Interest: Experiential learning, Student motivation, Development of generic skills, Assessment
Lavina provides support in the collection of case studies related to Assessment and Feedback in different disciplines. She is involved in the General Research Fund (GRF) and University Grants Committee (UGC) projects.
Henrietta has involved in various research projects before joining the CETL research team. She worked at The Institute of Medical and Health Sciences Education, The Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, HKU as a research assistant. She assisted in a medical education research regarding health professions students’ use of mobile devices in problem-based learning (PBL). She is currently involved in a research project, funded by General Research Fund (GRF), which investigates the use of educational technologies by undergraduate students in PBL.
Yvonne supports various institutional surveys and projects on teaching and learning. Duties include conducting data collection and data analysis, preparing survey reports and providing technical supports to report readers. Apart from that, Yvonne conducts research on educational evaluations and measurements.
Trista provides support to research projects and data analysis on teaching and learning. She is especially interested in research about learning and did an individual thesis about procrastinating and learning behaviours of university students when completing her first degree in Psychology. She gained her postgraduate degree in Cognitive Neuropsychology in the UK. Prior to joining the team, she had experience serving in various clinical sectors including drug rehabilitation centre and family development centre.
Katie provides support to institutional surveys, research projects and data analysis on teaching and learning. Originally from the US, Katie earned her first degree in psychology and international studies and spent a year studying Mandarin in Kunming. She then gained her postgraduate degree in health services research. Prior to joining HKU, Katie gained research experience working for an international NGO on mobile health evaluation projects and for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention doing communications work on emergency preparedness topics. She enjoys applying skills from her public health background to promote education quality at HKU.