About this session

This session will be part of the Experiential Learning Seminar Series organised by the Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL), The University of Hong Kong (HKU).

Focussing on self-reflective practice for enhancing employability, this presentation looks at how the SEAL method of self-reflection was applied in virtual extracurricular spaces during the last few years. We explore how technology was leveraged to create a cohort and build a community online, and focus on the key success factors. We consider how this approach may, or may not, work for different virtual experiences and cohorts, suggesting a pragmatic approach to virtual experiential learning and community creation.

If you would like more details about this session, or to contribute, please contact Dr Dino Willox.

The HKU Teaching and Learning Festival 2022 Spring Series

The HKU Teaching and Learning Festival 2022 Spring Series  aims at celebrating the achievements of teaching innovation and development by HKU teachers through various endeavours, including, but not limited to, teaching development grants (TDGs). Starting from late March to May 2022, multiple events – keynote speeches, workshops, and poster showcases, will be taking place. Among these events, the workshops and poster showcases are the two highlights that will offer exciting opportunities for witnessing and experiencing how excellent teaching creates a positive impact on student learning.

About External events

A selection of higher education conferences and external events, in Australia and internationally.


Online (via Zoom)