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School of Communication and Film
Hong Kong Baptist University
Contact: Professor Kara Chan
April 6, 2022

Sharing of a website resources on Undergraduate research for the Business,
Communication, and Social Sciences Discipline

Course-based research empowers students in both knowledge generation and in
taking responsibility for learning. A website was designed to help build
the capacity of research-informed teaching and learning through the sharing
of instructors at Hong Kong Baptist University and other universities
implementing undergraduate research design in the non-science disciplines.
It also documents some of the students’ learning journeys regarding their
experience of course-based research.
Educators and PhD students are invited to use this website to gain insight
about best practices in research-informed teaching and learning in Hong
Kong and other parts of the world.
For more information, please contact Project leader Professor Kara Chan,
School of Communication and Film, [log in to unmask]

This project was fully funded by UGC’s Special Grant for Strategic
Development of Virtual Teaching and Learning, Project title: Building the
Capacity of Research-Informed Teaching and Learning in the Virtual Teaching
& Learning Context, 2021-22.
Project team: Professor Kara Chan (leader) of Department of Communication
Studies, Professor Noel Siu of Department of Marketing, and Professor Gina
Lai of Department of Sociology. Mr. Chak Hee Lo served as the project

Professor Kara Chan, SFHEA
Associate Dean (Teaching & Learning)
School of Communication and Film
Hong Kong Baptist University
Room 914 or 930, Communication and Visual Arts Building
5 Hereford Road, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
852-34117836; 852-96207930 (Mobile)

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Proverbs 16:3 (The Message)*
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