The XJTLU Learning and Teaching Colloquium brings together an eclectic and diverse range of colleagues from across the University and beyond who seek to continuously improve their academic and teaching practice through the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).
As always, the primary aim of the Colloquium is to provide an opportunity for colleagues to present their evidence of good teaching and learning practice from within their own particular context, and to demonstrate innovation and boldness in trying out new approaches and practices that further enhance the learning experiences of their students.
This year, the theme is Teaching in Transition. The colloquium will include teaching innovations, pedagogical research and reflections on teaching & learning, and discussions of using technology for learning and teaching.
He is currently the Director of Centre for Knowledge and Information, and Director of University Learning Mall. And in these capacities he is leading the IT, Educational Technology, University Marketing and Communication, Library, Museum and also the university online education.
He is active in social service by serving as editor and China Ambassador for DOAJ, board member in 4 international advisory boards of publishing groups including Cambridge University Press, ProQuest, Wiley, EBSCO and De Gruyter. Dr Bi is also a member in the editorial board of academic journal Science Editing, and he is the council member of Suzhou Federation of Philosophy and Social Sciences, council member of Jiangsu Library Academy, council member of Society for International Human Resources Development of China Association of Higher Education.
His research focuses in the field as knowledge management, open access publishing, learning strategy, and the learning and teaching in the Internet Era. Dr Bi has visited more than 20 countries for academic activities.
Mark's teaching is focused on building technology, with award-winning design-build projects and the integration of digital design and fabrication into the curriculum and studio; always with an understanding of thousands of years of traditions in the use of materials and methods of construction, from felt making to Japanese wood joinery forming the basis of understanding for the students to successfully progress into the 21st century ... utilizing today's parametric tools and KUKA robots.
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