Area of ExpertiseProjectsPublicationsProfessional Community Services
Area of Expertise
Experienced Instructional Designer and Learning Program Manager, skilled with utilizing a wide range of tools and technologies in the analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation of eLearning, virtual and blended learning solutions that align tightly with learning needs in both corporate and higher education settings to achieve business and organizational results
eLearning instructional design, teaching and learning using technology, evaluation; communities of practice, knowledge sharing and informal learning
Designing and project managing HKU’s massive open online courses
Co-designed and taught a 9-week, 36-hour blended eLearning Certificate Course at HKU entitled Designing for Online Learning
Co-lead a HKU Teaching and Development Grant research project entitled HKU’s first MOOCs – impact and implications for design and pedagogy
Designed and delivered seminars that are open to all University of Hong Kong instructors and staff : 1) Everyone needs a little ID: What instructional design is and what it can do for you; 2) Meaningful gamification in educational settings
Cheng, J., Son, S., & Bonk, C.J. (2011). Technology and knowledge management. In M. Malloch, L. Cairns, K. Evans & B. N. O’Connor (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of workplace learning (pp. 443-455). London: SAGE Publications.
Cheng, J. (2008). How Macromedia used blogs to build its developers’ communities: A case study. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 21(3), 43-58.
Teng, Y.-T, Bonk, C. J., Kim, K-J., Oh, E. J., Son, S.-J., Zeng, T., & Cheng, J. (2007, June). Strategically planning for blended learning: A cross-cultural comparison. In J. Clarey (Ed.). The real story: Blended learning (pp. 101-114). Sunnyvale, CA: Brandon Hall Research.
Professional Community Services
Pro bono advisor, Education strategy & design, Asia Capital Markets Institute, Creatica Lab (Hong Kong)