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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
Dr Bob Fox
Deputy Director, Centre for Information Technology in Education (CITE)
Programme Director MSc[ITE]. His research interests concern professional development of teachers, e-leadership and change, ICT and planning for institutional change and the use of new technologies in education.
HKU has developed a database of 130 cases of IPPUT from 28 countries - please see website http://sitesdatabase.cite.hku.hk/online/index.asp
eleadership, teacher uptake of technology
Fox, R. (accepted). Information technology use during SARS: teachers’ experiences. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education
Fox, R. (in press). Teaching through technology: changing practices in two universities. International Journal on E-learning
Fox, R. (2005). Technology, change and teaching practices. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 4, Article MC04-0132-2004. Retrieved 2 December, 2005, from http://ijm.cgpublisher.com/
Fox, R., & Henri, J. (2005). Understanding teacher mindsets: IT and change in Hong Kong schools. Educational Technology and Society, 8 (2), 161-169.
Fox, R., & Herrmann, A. (2004). Unexpected effects of new technology adoption. In D. Murphy, R. Carr, J. Taylor & T.M.Wong (Eds), Distance Education and Technology: Issues and Practice (pp. 56-74). Hong Kong: Centre for Research in Distance and Adult Education, Open University of Hong Kong Press.
Yuen, H.K., Fox, B., & Law, N. (2004). Curriculum innovations and multi-level e-leadership requirements: putting research into practice, Asia-Pacific Cybereducation Journal, 1 (1), 11-18.
Fox, R. (2003). Technology and change. An examination of staff beliefs and use of ICT. Staff and Educational Development International, 7 (1), 85-94.
Fox, R. (2003). Pedagogy first: developing collaborative e-learning environments. In T. Kobayashi (Ed.), E-learning Beyond Cultural Barriers: Co-existence and Collaboration (Research Report No. 37, pp. 116-147). Chiba, Japan: National Multimedia Education.
Fox, R. (2001). Teaching online ... reluctantly. In D. Murphy, R. Walker & G. Webb, (Eds.), Online Learning and Teaching with Technology, Case Studies, Experience and Practice (pp. 55-62). London: Kogan Page.
Herrmann, A. Fox, R. & Boyd, A. (2000). Unintended effects of learning technologies. In E. Burge (Ed.), Learning technologies: reflective and strategic thinking. New directions for adult and continuing education. (pp.39-48). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Fox, R. & Herrmann, A. (2000). Changing media, changing times: coping with new technology adoption. In T. Evans & D. Nation (Eds.), Changing University Teaching. Reflections On Creating Educational Technologies, (pp.73-84). London: Kogan Page.
Herrmann, A., Boyd, A. & Fox, R. (1999). Second order or unintended consequences: is educational technology benign?, Journal of Research in Educational Media, 4 (2), 5-18.
Herrmann, A., Fox, R. & Boyd, A. (1999). Benign educational technology? Open Learning, 14, 1, 3-8.
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