Professor Bob Fox

PVC (Education) Portfolio
School of Education, Learning and Teaching

Contact

0478492081
Room 1014, Library Stage 1
Kensington Campus

Research

His research focuses on curriculum design; blended, mobile and online learning; technological practice and change in higher education; teacher professional development; and innovative uses of new technology.

Publications

I           Scholarly books and monographs [Externally refereed]

  1. Ng, C., Fox, R. & Nakano, M. (2016) (Eds), Reforming learning and teaching in Asia-Pacific Universities: Influences of Globalised Processes in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia. Singapore: Springer, 410p.
  2. Churchill, D., Lu, J., Chiu, T.K.F., & Fox, B. (2016). (Eds). Mobile Learning Design Theories and Application. New York: Springer, 431p.
  3. Law, N., Yuen, H.K., & Fox, R. (2011). Educational Innovations Beyond Technology: nurturing leadership and establishing learning organizations. New York: Springer, 243p.
  4. Kwan, R., Fox, R., Chan, F.T., Tsang, P. (Eds). (2008). Enhancing Learning Through Technology: Research on Emerging Technologies and Pedagogies. New Jersey: World Scientific Publishing, 277p.
  5. Tsang, P, White, B., Fox, R., & Kwok, C.K. (2008). An Educational Guide to IEEE802.11 Wireless LAN Survey & Visualisation Experiments. Singapore: Pearson Prentice Hall, 68p.
  6. Tsang, P., Kwan, R., & Fox, R. (Eds) (2007). Learning Through Technology. New Jersey: World Scientific Publishing, 281p. (R)
  7. Kong, S.C, Fox, R., Lee, F.L., & Li, S. C. (Eds.). (2006). Capacity Building for learning through IT. [CD-ROM]. Proceedings of the Hong Kong International IT in Education Conference. Hong Kong, 6-8 February, 378p.
  8. Radloff, A., Herrmann, A. & Fox, R.  (1999). Successful learning skills.  Your guide to tertiary studies through open, distance and flexible learning.  Wagga Wagga, NSW: Bobby Graham Publishers, 83p.
  9. Herrmann, A., Fox, R., & Ryan, Y.  (Eds.). (1997). Technology: death of distance education or new life for learners? [Special issue]. Open Distance Learning Association of Australia, ODLAA, 8(3), 135p.

II          Journal articles and book chapters [Externally refereed]

  1. Mirriahi, N., Alonzo, D., McIntyre, S., Kligte, G., & Fox, B. (2016). Blended learning innovations: Leadership and change in one Australian institution. In M. Malloch, L. Cairns, & B. O’Connor (Eds.), Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. (pp. 293-307). Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications Ltd. Invited republication of: Mirriahi, N., Alonzo, D., McIntyre, S., Kligte, G., & Fox, B. (2015). Blended learning innovations: Leadership and change in one Australian institution. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 11(1), pp.4-16.
  2. Ng, C., Nakano, M. & Fox, R. (2016).  Globalised processes and their influences on university learning and teaching in advanced knowledge economies in the Asia-Pacific region. In C. Ng, M., R. Fox, & M. Nakano (Eds.), Reforming learning and teaching in Asia-Pacific Universities: Influences of Globalised Processes in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia. (pp. 3-25). Singapore: Springer.
  3. Fox, R. (2016). MOOC impact beyond innovation. In C. Ng, M., R. Fox, & M. Nakano (Eds.), Reforming learning and teaching in Asia-Pacific Universities: Influences of Globalised Processes in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia. (pp. 159-172). Singapore: Springer.
  4. Churchill, D., Fox, B., & King, M. (2016). Framework for designing mobile learning environments. In D. Churchill, J. Lu, T.K.F. Chiu, & B. Fox (Eds). Mobile Learning Design: Theories and Application. [pp. 3-26]. New York: Springer.
  5. Mirriahi, N., Alonzo, D., & Fox, B. (2015). A blended learning framework for curriculum design and professional development. Research in Learning Technology 2015, 23: 28451 - http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/rlt.v23.28451
  6. Fox, R. (2015). The rise of open and blended learning. In D. Wong, K.C. Li, & K.S. Yuen (Eds.), Studies and Practices for Advancement in Open and Distance Education (pp. 93-103). Hong Kong: Hong Kong Open University Press.
  7. Mirriahi, N., Alonzo, D., McIntyre, S., Kligte, G., & Fox, B. (2015). Blended learning innovations: Leadership and change in one Australian institution. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 11(1), pp.4-16.
  8. Churchill, D., King, M, & Fox, B. (2013). Learning design for science education in the 21st century. Journal of the Institute for Educational Research, 45 (2), 404-421.
  9. Fox, B., & Sidorko, P.E. (2013) Hong Kong projects and trends. In L. Watson (Ed.), Better Library and Learning Spaces: Projects, Trends and Ideas. (pp. 49-60). Facet Publishing.
  10. Salter, D., Thomson, D.L., Fox, R., & Lam, J. (2013). Use and evaluation of a technology-rich experimental collaborative classroom, Higher Education Research and Development 32 (5), 805-819.
  11. Kennedy, D.M., & Fox, B. (2013). ‘Digital natives’: An Asian perspective for using learning technologies, International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT), 9, (1), pp. 64-79.
  12. Churchill, D., Fox, R., & King, M. (2012). Study of affordances of iPads and Teacher's private theories. International Journal of Information and Education Technology, 2 (3), 251-254.
  13. Fox, R., & Lam, P. (2012). Balancing context, pedagogy and technology on learning space designs: opportunities amidst infrastructural developments in Hong Kong. In M. Keppell, K. Souter & M. Riddle (Eds.), Physical and Virtual Learning Spaces in Higher Education: Concepts for the Modern Learning Environment. (pp. 72-86). IGI Global. Also available: http://www.igi-global.com/chapter/physical-virtual-learning-spaces-higher/56043
  14. Tsang, P., Kwok, P., Kwong, R., White, B., & Fox, R. (2011). Innovation in ICT teaching: a longitudinal case study of WiFi in Hong Kong, International Journal of Innovation and Learning, 10, (1), 85-101.
  15. Fox, R. (2011). Technological Practice and Change in Education. In R. Kwan, C. McNaught, P. Tsang, F. L. Wang, & K. C. Li. (Eds.). Enhancing learning through technology. Education Unplugged: mobile Technologies and Web 2.0. Communications in Computer and Information Sciences, 177, 1-7.
  16. Lok, B., Fox, R., & McNaught, C. (2011). What values do students in Hong Kong attach to experiential learning opportunities? In E. O’Doherty (Ed.), Education in a Changing Environment: Critical Voices, Critical Times. Santa Rosa, Informing Science Institute (ISI), (pp. 63-80).
  17. Yuen, H.K., Fox, R., & Park, J. (2011). The use of ICT for administration and management at the University of Hong Kong, In UNESCO (Ed.), ICT for higher education: case studies from Asia and the Pacific (pp. 122-141). UNESCO Bangkok: Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education.
  18. Tsang, P., Kwan, R., Tam, V, Wu, J., Koong, K., Fox, B., & Tsang, J. (2010). A practical approach to the teaching of internet programming and multimedia technologies, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6248, (pp. 326-338), Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
  19. Li, S., Chen, L., Fox, B., & Tsang, P. (2010). Competency model for Chinese distance education in higher education, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6248, (pp. 501-512), Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
  20. Yuen, H.K., Deng, L. & Fox, R. (2009). Use of WebCT in Online and Blended modes, International Journal of Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 6 (4), 254-260.
  21. Yuen, H.K., Fox, R., Sun, A. & Deng, L. (forthcoming). Course Management Systems in Higher Education: Understanding Student Experiences, International Journal of Interactive Technology and Smart Education.
  22. Yuen, H.K., Deng, L., Fox, R, & Tavares, N.J. (2009). Engaging Students with Online Discussion in a Blended Learning Context: Issues and Implications, In F.L. Wang et al. (Eds.), ICHL 2009, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS 5685), Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, pp. 150–162.
  23. Fox, R., & Pearson, J. (2008). Reviewing ICT research publications in Hong Kong post-secondary education. In Kwan, R., Fox, R., Tsang, P., & Chan, F.T. (Eds), Enhancing Learning Through Technology: Research on Emerging Technologies and Pedagogies. (pp.167-182). New Jersey: World Scientific Publishing.
  24. Fox, R., & Waugh, T. (2008). A review of secondary schools’ use of ICT in Hong Kong. In Kwan, R., Fox, R., Tsang, P., & Chan, F.T. (Eds), Enhancing Learning Through Technology: Research on Emerging Technologies and Pedagogies. (pp.131-152). New Jersey: World Scientific Publishing.
  25. Song, Y., & Fox. R (2008). Integrating incidental vocabulary learning using PDAs into academic studies: Undergraduate student experiences. In J. Fong, R. Kwan, & F. L. Wang (Eds.), Hybrid Learning and Education, Volume 5169, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 238-250). Berlin, Germany: Springer.
  26. Song, Y., & Fox, R. (2008). Using PDA for undergraduate student incidental vocabulary learning, ReCALL, 20(3), 290-314.
  27. Song, Y., & Fox, R. (2008). Affordances of PDAs: undergraduate student perceptions, The Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology, 4(1), 19-38. Retrieved August 28, 2015 from http://www.rcetj.org/?type=art&id=87829&
  28. Fox, R. (2007). ICT use during SARS: teachers’ experiences. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 15(2), 191-205.
  29. Fox, R. (2007). Teaching through technology: changing practices in two universities.  International Journal on E-learning, 6(2), 187-203.
  30. Trinidad, S., & Fox, R. (2007).  But did they learn? In S. Frankland (Ed.), Enhancing Teaching and Learning through Assessment: Deriving an appropriate model (pp. 382-391). The Netherlands: Springer.
  31. Fox, R., & Trinidad, S. (2007). Frameworks for improving technology enhanced learning. In P. Tsang, R. Kwan, & R. Fox (Eds), Learning Through Technology (pp. 68-81). New Jersey: World Scientific Publishing.
  32. Fox, R., Yuen, A., Evers, C. Lau, H. F., & Deng, L.P. (2007). Faculty perceptions of ICT benefits. In P. Tsang, R. Kwan, & R. Fox (Eds), Learning Through Technology (pp. 1-10). New Jersey: World Scientific Publishing.
  33. Song, Y., & Fox, R. (2007). A review of affordances and constraints of handheld devices in higher education.  In P. Tsang, R. Kwan, & R. Fox (Eds), Learning Through Technology (pp. 229-239). New Jersey: World Scientific Publishing.
  34. Fox, R., & Trinidad, S. (2006). Assessment driving the learning, technology supporting the process. Staff and Educational Development International, 10(1), 25-33.
  35. Fox, R. (2006). Technology leveraging change in Hong Kong schools.  International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology, 2(3), 106-113.
  36. Trinidad, S., & Fox, R. (2006). Using pedagogical practices in an online learning environment to enhance motivation and self-directed learning of part-time students.  Journal of Universal Science and Technology of Learning, 0(0), 48-60.
  37. Fox, R., & Trinidad, S. (2006). Assessment, technology supporting the process. Learning Technology, 8(3), 13-15.
  38. Fox, R. (2005). Technology, change and teaching practices.  International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, 4, Article MC04-0132-2004.  Retrieved 28 August, 2015 from http://ijm.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.28/prod.114
  39. Fox, R., & Henri, J. (2005). Understanding teacher mindsets: IT and change in Hong Kong schools. Educational Technology and Society, 8(2), 161-169.
  40. 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.
  41. Fox, R. (2004). When schools closed: teacher experiences using ICTs. IEEE Learning Technology, 6(4), 24-26.
  42. 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.
  43. Fox, R. (2003). Technology and change. An examination of staff beliefs and use of ICT.  Staff and Educational Development International, 7(1), 85-94.
  44. Fox, R. (2003). Pedagogy first: developing collaborative e-learning environments. In T. Kobayashi (Ed.), E-learning Beyond Cultural Barriers: Co-existence and Collaboration (pp. 116-147). Chiba, Japan: National Institute of Multimedia Education.
  45. Fox, R. (2001). Digital environments: monitoring changes to teaching. IEEE Learning Technology, 3(3), 72-85.
  46. 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: Routledge.
  47. Fox, R. (2001). Digital epistemologies: stimulus to change our practices?  In T. Kulski & A. Herrmann, (Eds.), New Horizons in University Teaching and Learning: Responding to Change. (pp. 53-64).  Perth: Curtin University.
  48. 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: Routledge.
  49. Herrmann, A. Fox, R., & Boyd, A. (2000). Unintended effects of learning technologies, New directions for adult and continuing education, 88, (4), 39-48.
  50. Fox, R., & Radloff, A. (1999). Unstuffing the curriculum to make room for lifelong learning skills. In E. Dunne (Ed.), The Learning Society: International Perspectives on core skills in higher education. (pp. 130-139).  London: Kogan Page.
  51. Herrmann, A., Fox, R., & Boyd, A. (1999). Benign educational technology?  Open Learning, 14(1), 3-8.
  52. 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.
  53. Fox, R.  (1999). An examination of online learning environments in distance education, Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA), 8(1), 7 - 18.
  54. Fox, R. (1998).Technology and change: challenges for higher education, Journal of Research in Educational Media, 3(3), 12-21.
  55. Fox, R., & Herrmann, A.  (1997). Designing study materials in new times: changing distance education?  In T. Evans, V. Jakupec & D. Thompson (Eds.), Research in distance education 4, (pp. 34 – 44). Geelong: Deakin University Press.
  56. Edwards, P., Fox, R., & Phillips, R. (1997). Microbiology project case study. In R. Phillips (Ed.), Developer's handbook to interactive multimedia, (pp. 157-175). London: Kogan Page.

III         Conference and working papers

Refereed conference proceedings 

  1. Fox, B. (2016). Flexible Frameworks for Blended Learning in Higher Education. In Cermakova, K. & Rotschedl, J. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Teaching & Education Conference 2016 (pp.104-112). Barcelona: International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences (IISES).
  2. Song, Y. & Fox, B. (2016).  Undergraduate Use of Mobile Devices for M-learning: Where Is the Niche? In Y.T Wu, M. Chang, B. Li, T.W. Chan, S.C. Kong, H.C.K. Lin, H.C. Chu, M. Jan, M.H. Lee, Y. Dong, K.H. Tse, T.L. Wong, & P. Li (Eds.), Learning and Teaching in the Big Data Era. Conference Proceedings of the 20th Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education 2016 (pp. 174-182). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  3. Fox, R. (2014). The Rise and Rise of Blended Learning. In D. Wong, K.C. Li, K.S. Yuen (Eds.), Advancing Open and Distance Learning: Research and Practices. Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Asian Association of Open Universities, 28-31 October, 2014 (pp. 735-741).
  4. Churchill, D., King, M., Webster, B., & Fox, B. (2013). Integrating learning design, interactivity, and technology. In H. Carter, M. Gosper and J. Hedberg (Eds.), Electric Dreams. Proceedings ascilite 2013 Sydney. (pp.139-143).
  5. Sun, A., Yuen, A., & Fox, R. (2008). A case study on using a course management system: comparing students' and teachers' views. Technology-enriched Learning Spaces. 2008 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning. Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  6. Pan, N., & Fox, R. (2008). Cultural dynamics of informal and collaborative learning spaces. Technology-enriched Learning Spaces. 2008 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning. Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  7. Fox, R., & Pearson, J. (2008). Reviewing research into technology in Hong Kong higher education. In I. Olney, G. Lefoe, J. Mantei, & J. Herrington (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Emerging Technologies Conference 2008 (pp. 64-75). Wollongong: University of Wollongong.
  8. Yuen, A., Fox, R., Sun, A., & Deng, L. (2008). Student experiences of course management systems in a Hong Kong institution. In I. Olney, G. Lefoe, J. Mantei, & J. Herrington (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second Emerging Technologies Conference 2008 (pp. 214-224). Wollongong: University of Wollongong.
  9. Song, Y., & Fox, R. (2007). Educational affordances of handheld devices: Undergraduate student perceptions. In A. Norman & J. Pearce (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th mLearn international conference (pp. 228-237). Melbourne, Australia.
  10. Fox, R., Law, N., & Yuen, A. (2007). Establishing teacher communities to exchange good practices in using ICT. In R. Carlsen, K. McFerrin, J. Price, R., Weber, & D. E. Willis (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Conference, Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (pp. 2342 – 2350). San Antonio, Texas: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  11. Fox, R., Yeung, L., Law, N., & Yuen, A. (2006). Sustaining and transferring curriculum and pedagogical innovation through establishing communities of practice. In L. Markauskaite, P. Goodyear, & P. Reimann (Eds.) Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education: Who’s Learning? Whose Technology? (pp. 251–255). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  12. Song, Y.J. & Fox, R. (2005). Integrating M-technology into web-based ESL vocabulary learning for working adult Learners, Proceedings of IEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education WMTE 2005 (pp.154-158). Tokyo: IEEE Computer Society.
  13. Fox, R. (2004). SARS epidemic: Teachers' experiences using ICTs. In R. Atkinson, C. McBeath, D. Jonas-Dwyer & R. Phillips (Eds), Beyond the comfort zone: Proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference (pp. 319-327). Perth, 5-8 December.
  14. Ip, P. S. & Fox, R. (2004). Changing schools through exploring innovative pedagogical practices using ICTs. In R. Atkinson, C. McBeath, D. Jonas-Dwyer & R. Phillips (Eds), Beyond the comfort zone: Proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference (pp. 444-454). Perth, 5-8 December.
  15. Fox, R., & Herrmann, A. (2003).  Technology bites back: unintended consequences of ICT adoption.  In Y.S. Chee, N. Law, K.T Lee & D. Suthers (Eds.), The ‘Second Wave’ of ICT in Education: from Facilitating Teaching and Learning to Engendering Education Reform. International Conference on Computers in Education (pp.73-80).  Hong Kong: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
  16. Fox, R., Herrmann, A., & Boyd, A. (2001). Unintended effects of using web-based asynchronous discussion groups. [CD-ROM], The Future of Learning - Learning for the Future: Shaping the Transition, Twentieth World Conference On Open Learning And Distance Education. Dusseldorf, Germany: International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE).
  17. Fox, R., Herrmann, A. & Taylor, P.  (2000). Developing epistemological pluralism through a web-based post-graduate science and mathematics education course. In C. Rust (Ed.), Improving Student Learning Symposium - Through the Disciplines. Proceedings of the 7th Symposium Improving Student Learning (pp.258-264).  Oxford:  Oxford Brookes University.
  18. Herrmann, A., de la Harpe B., Fox, R., & Radloff, A. (2000). Partnerships between pedagogy and technology: designing an online course about putting courses online. [CD-ROM] Open learning & Distance Education ideology, pedagogy and teaching. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference & Exhibition.  Manila, the Philippines: Asian Association of Open Universities.
  19. Fox, R. & Herrmann, A.  (1999) Changing Media Changing Times: New Technology Adoption. [CD-ROM]. The New Educational Frontier: Teaching and Training in a Networked World.  19th World Conference On Open Learning And Distance Education. Vienna: International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE).
  20. Fox, R. & Herrmann, A.  (1999). Issues surrounding a shift from print-based study materials to the use of online technologies in open, distance and flexible learning. [CD-ROM].  The New Educational Frontier: Teaching and Training in a Networked World. 19th World Conference On Open Learning And Distance Education. Vienna: International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE).
  21. Herrmann, A., Fox, R. & Boyd, A.  (1999). Using the world wide web in distance programs. [On-line]. In C. Latchem (Ed.), Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam. Retrieved 20 September 2005, from http://www.col.org/forum.
  22. Herrmann, A., Fox, R. & Boyd, A.  (1999). Developing a framework for understanding students’ stances to technology. [On-line]. In C. Latchem (Ed.), Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam. Retrieved 20 September 2005, from http://www.col.org/forum.
  23. Fox, R., Herrmann, A. & Taylor, P.  (1999). Multiple ways of knowing in teaching a science and mathematics web-based course. The Challenges of The New Millenium. Collected papers from the 14th biennial forum of the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA), (pp. 142-146), Geelong, Victoria: ODLAA.
  24. Boyd, A., Fox, R., & Herrmann, A. (1998). What do distance students think about their study? In J. Goodell (Ed.), Proceedings of the Australasian Joint Regional Conference of the Gender and Science and Technology Association (GASAT) and the International Organisation For Science And Technology Education (IOSTE). (pp. 247-251). Perth: Curtin University.
  25. Fox, R. & Radloff, A.  (1998). No time for students to learn important skills?  Try ‘unstuffing’ the curriculum.  In C. Rust (Ed.), Improving students as learners.  (pp. 565-572).  Proceedings of the 5th Symposium Improving Student Learning. Oxford: Oxford Brookes University.
  26. Fox, R. & Herrmann, A.  (1998). Communicating through computers: changing teaching changing times?  In C. Rust (Ed.), Improving students as learners.  (pp. 558-564).  Proceedings of the 5th Symposium Improving Student Learning. Oxford:  Oxford Brookes University.
  27. Fox, R., Boyd, A., & Herrmann, A. (1998). Dilemmas in using student feedback to improve tutoring at a distance.  In C. Rust (Ed.), Improving students as learners.  (pp. 304-309).  Proceedings of the 5th Symposium Improving Student Learning. Oxford:  Oxford Brookes University.
  28. Herrmann, A., Fox, R., & Boyd, A. (1997). Conversion or re-incarnation? Learning and teaching in web-based contexts. . [CD-ROM],The new learning environment. A global perspective.  Proceedings of the 18th ICDE world conference, Pennsylvania:  Penn State.
  29. Herrmann, A., Fox, R., & Boyd, A. (1997). I didn't think about that: Second order consequences of the introduction of technology in distance education contexts. [CD-ROM], The new learning environment. A global perspective.  Proceedings of the 18th ICDE world conference, Pennsylvania:  Penn State.

Conference proceedings (full and short papers)

  1. Kwok, P., & Fox, R. (2016, November 17). Outcomes-based learning design for enhancing total student experiences in the digital era. Conference 2016: Enhancing Student Learning Experiences, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.
  2. Fox, R. (2016, June 3-4). Repurposing MOOCs and exploring micro-credentialing of sub-course units of study. Engaging Learners: Games and Flipped Learning. CITE Research Symposium 2016, University of Hong Kong.
  3. Fox, R. (2015, June 3). Assessment driving the learning, technology supporting the process. Research on Learning and Educational Innovation Seminar CoCo, University of Sydney.
  4. Fox, R. (2015, May 21-23). MOOCs as a trojan horse for change. International Mobile Learning Festival 2015, Hong Kong.
  5. Fox, R. (2015, May 14-15). Assessment driving the learning, technology supporting the process: a decade in review. International Conference Assessment for Learning in Higher Education 2015, University of Hong Kong.
  6. Fox, R. (2014, November 3). Incubating blended and open pedagogical practices for mainstream roll-out. Centre for IT in Education, The University of Hong Kong.
  7. Fox, R. (2012). Technological Practice and Change in Education [TVB Pearl television broadcast series episode: Open for Learning]. Hong Kong: The Open University of Hong Kong.
  8. Fox, R., & Yuen, H.K. (2011). Building communities of good practices in using IT in the curriculum. Soltsice eLearning & CLTR Conference: effective practices: enhancing learning, teaching & student success. England: Edge Hill University.
  9. Fox, R. (2011). Changing needs for physical and virtual spaces in higher education. Soltsice eLearning & CLTR Conference: effective practices: enhancing learning, teaching & student success. England: Edge Hill University.
  10. Thomson, D., Salter, D., Lam, J., & Fox, R. (2011). Technology enhanced collaborative learning: a case study. Centre for Information Technology in Education Research Symposium 2011 (CITERS2011). Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong.
  11. Fox, R., Lam, P., Ho, E., & Kwong, Z. (2011). A tale of two[Univer]cities: changing learning environments.Centre for Information Technology in Education Research Symposium 2011 (CITERS2011). Hong Kong: The University of Hong Kong.
  12. Yuen, A. & Fox, B. (2010). Blended learning in higher education: a systemic exploration. Enhancing Learning Experiences in Higher Education. International Conference: The University of Hong Kong.
  13. Yuen, H.K., Liping, D., & Fox, R. (2009). The use of WebCT in online and blended modes. 2009 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, Hong Kong. 325-332.
  14. Lee, J., Lam, P., Lee, K., Ho, S., & Fox, R. (2009). Roles of computers in student learning. 2009 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, Hong Kong. 92-103.
  15. Sun, A., Yuen, A., & Fox, R. (2008). A case study on using a course management system: comparing students' and teachers' views. Technology-enriched Learning Spaces. 2008 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning. Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  16. Pan, N., & Fox, R. (2008). Cultural dynamics of informal and collaborative learning spaces. Technology-enriched Learning Spaces. 2008 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning. Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  17. Song, Y. & Fox, R (2008) Undergraduate students' exploration and use of the educational affordances of PDAs for learning, the 5th International Conference on ICT in Education, Open University of Hong Kong. Retrieved August 28, 2015 from http://www.ict2008.ouhk.edu.hk/.
  18. Song, Y., & Fox, R. (2007). Factors influencing student attitude towards handheld educational uses. In H. Ogata, & Y. Song, (Eds.), Proceedings of the second international workshop on mobile and ubiquitous learning environments (pp. 13-16). Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong.
  19. Fox, R., Pearson, J., & Edwards, K. (2007). Identifying the gaps: research into ICT use in Hong Kong post-secondary education.  Enhancing learning through technologies. Emerging technologies and pedagogies. 2007 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning (pp. 212-222). Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  20. Pan, N. F. C., Sun, A. H. Y., Yuen, A. H. K., Fox, R., Chan, J. N. K., & Liping, D. (2007). Student experiences in using course management systems in higher education. Enhancing learning through technologies. Emerging technologies and pedagogies. 2007 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning (pp. 122-131). Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  21. Song, Y., & Fox, R. (2007). Student acceptance of handheld devices in higher education. Enhancing learning through technologies. Emerging technologies and pedagogies. 2007 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning (pp. 249-262). Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  22. Fox, R., & Waugh, T. (2007). Schools closedown and lessons learnt: a study of international secondary schools’ use of ICT. Enhancing learning through technologies. Emerging technologies and pedagogies. 2007 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning (pp. 704-714). Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  23. Fox, R. (2007). Establishing learning communities in using technology to support university teaching and learning. Enhancing learning through technologies. Emerging technologies and pedagogies. 2007 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning. Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  24. Fox, R., & Trinidad, S. (2007). Systemic programme research and development using technology. Enhancing learning through technologies. Emerging technologies and pedagogies. 2007 International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning. Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong.
  25. Fox, R. & Trinidad, S. (2006) Investigating staff capabilities and needs for effective use of online technologies. [CD-ROM] Educational Research, Policy and Practice in an Era of Globalization. Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education. 11p.
  26. Trinidad, S. & Fox, R. (2006). Pedagogical interventions and online learning: supporting part-time students in Hong Kong. [CD-ROM]. Educational Research, Policy and Practice in an Era of Globalization. Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association International Conference. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Education 12p.
  27. Fox, R. (2006). (Keynote). Conditions for e-Learning in Universities: New Opportunities for New Practices.  In the proceedings of the International Conference for Asia Pacific e-Learning Clusters in Higher Education and Global Cooperation.  Seoul, South Korea: University of Korea 10p.
  28. Fox, R., & Trinidad, S. (2006). Modelling Community Building Through Working Online. In S.C. Kong, R. Fox, F.L. Lee, & S.C. Li (Eds.), Capacity Building for learning through IT. [CD-ROM]. Proceedings of the Hong Kong International IT in Education Conference (pp. 171-179). Hong Kong, 6-8 February.
  29. Fox, R., Yuen, A., Evers, C. Lau, H. F., & Deng, L. P. (2006). Retro-fitting technology solutions to solve educational problems? Discussions with staff on ICT use. International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, 10-11 July, 2006, Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) and the Hong Kong Web Symposium Consortium.  Retrieved August 28, 2015 from http://www.ict2006.ouhk.edu.hk/
  30. Fox, R., & Song, Y. (2006). Mobile learning, mobile technologies and changing learning spaces in higher education. International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, 10-11 July, 2006, Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) and the Hong Kong Web Symposium Consortium.  Retrieved August 28, 2015 from http://www.ict2006.ouhk.edu.hk/
  31. Song, Y., & Fox, R. (2006). Making use of the affordances of simple features of mobile technologies in higher education. International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, 10-11 July, 2006, Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) and the Hong Kong Web Symposium Consortium.  Retrieved July 12 , 2006 from http://www.ict2006.ouhk.edu.hk/
  32. Yuen, A., Fox, R., Evers, C., Lau, H. F., & Deng, L. P. (2006).  Exploring technology acceptance of teacher educators. Learning Through Technology. International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, 10-11 July, 2006, Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) and the Hong Kong Web Symposium Consortium.  Retrieved August 28, 2015 from http://www.ict2006.ouhk.edu.hk/
  33. Fox, R., & Trinidad, S. (2006). Technology’s role in leveraging curriculum reform. International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, 10-11 July, 2006, Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) and the Hong Kong Web Symposium Consortium.  Retrieved August 28, 2015 from http://www.ict2006.ouhk.edu.hk/
  34. Fox, R. (2005). Entering the mainstream: transforming teaching through technology in universities? [CD-ROM], International Conference: Transforming Asian Education Through Open and Distance Education.  20-22 June, 2005, CRIDALA/DEC, Open University, Hong Kong.
  35. Fox, R. (2004). Digital technology and schools: Hong Kong experiences during the SARS epidemic.  [CD-ROM], Digital generations: children, young people and new media.  School of Culture, Language and Communications, Institute of Education, University of London.
  36. Fox, R. (2004).  Technology and teacher practice and change. In The Fourth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations, 3-6 August, 2004.  London: University of Greenwich.
  37. Fox, R. (2004).  E-Learning: a new wave of innovative practices or just a new distribution system?  [CD-ROM], Research in Distance Education, RIDE 2004, 9-11 November, 2004.  Geelong: Deakin University.
  38. Fox, R. (2004).  Teacher practices, technology and change in Hong Kong. [CD-ROM], Research in Distance Education, RIDE 2004, 9-11 November, 2004.  Geelong: Deakin University.
  39. Fox, R., & Herrmann, A. (2004). Unexpected effects of new technology adoption.  [CD-ROM], Lifelong Learning In The Networked World, Twenty-First World Conference On Open Learning And Distance Education. Hong Kong, SAR China: International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE).
  40. Fox, R. (2004). IT and changing practices in schools. [CD-ROM], Lifelong Learning In The Networked World, Twenty-First World Conference On Open Learning And Distance Education. Hong Kong, SAR China: International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE).
  41. Fox, R.  (2003). Digital culture and educational practice. In Barron, C., Benson, P., & Bruce, N. (Eds.), Knowledge & Discourse: Speculating on Disciplinary Futures, 2nd International Conference, June, 2002.  Hong Kong:  The University of Hong Kong.
  42. Fox, R.  (2002). Changing teaching, changing times: integrating ICT Into Hong Kong schools.  In Longman, D. (Ed.). Annual Conference of the Association for Information Technology and Teacher Education (pp. 66-69).  Dublin: ITTE.
  43. Fox, R. (2002). Technological cultures – staff beliefs, attitudes and understandings of ICT. [CD-ROM], WWW.Research.ODL.  The Second Conference on Research in Distance & Adult Learning in Asia.  Hong Kong:  The Open University of Hong Kong.
  44. Boyd, A., Fox, R. & Herrmann, A. (2000). Distance and Open Learning students' access to the Internet. In A. Herrmann & M.M. Kulski (Eds), Flexible Futures in Tertiary Teaching. Proceedings of the 9th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 2-4 February 2000. Perth: Curtin University of Technology.
  45. Fox, R. (2000). Taking care of business - online technologies changing practice at universities? In A. Herrmann & M.M. Kulski (Eds), Flexible Futures in Tertiary Teaching. Proceedings of the 9th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 2-4 February 2000. Perth: Curtin University of Technology.
  46. Herrmann, A., de la Harpe B., Fox, R., & Radloff, A. (2000). Partnerships between pedagogy and technology: designing an online course about putting courses online. [CD-ROM] Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference & Exhibition: Asian Association of Open Universities, Open learning & Distance Education ideology, pedagogy and teaching.  25-27 October. Manila: Open University of the Philippines.
  47. Fox, R. (1999). Online technologies changing teaching and learning cultural practices at universities. The Challenges of The New Millenium.  Collected papers from the 14th biennial forum of the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA), (pp. 147-152). Geelong, Victoria:  ODLAA.
  48. Fox, R., Herrmann, A., & Boyd, A. (1999). Breaking the grip of print in distance education. The Challenges of The New Millenium.  Collected papers from the 14th biennial forum of the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA), (pp. 153-157). Geelong, Victoria: ODLAA.
  49. Fox, R., Herrmann, A., & Taylor, P  (1999). Multiple ways of knowing in teaching a science and mathematics web-based course. The Challenges of The New Millenium. Collected papers from the 14th biennial forum of the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA), (pp. 142-146). Geelong, Victoria: ODLAA.
  50. Herrmann, A., Fox, R. & Boyd, A. (1999). Using the web in distance teaching. The Challenges of The New Millenium. Collected papers from the 14th biennial forum of the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA), (pp. 192-195). Geelong, Victoria: ODLAA.
  51. Thorpe, M., Fox, R. & Bauer, C. (1999). On-line teaching and learning in China: considerations and possibilities. Moving Towards Flexible Learning in the New Millenium. Proceedings of the 7th Annual Teaching Econonics Conference. Perth: Univeristy of Western Australia.
  52. Fox, R. (1999). What issues do we need to resolve to become competent users of online learning environments? In K. Martin, N. Stanley & N. Davison (Eds.), Teaching in the Disciplines/ Learning in Context, 124-128.  Proceedings of the 8th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1999. Perth: UWA.
  53. Boyd, A., Fox, R. & Herrmann, A. (1999). (Web) Publish or perish? In K. Martin, N. Stanley & N. Davison (Eds), Teaching in the Disciplines/ Learning in Context, 56-58.  Proceedings of the 8th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1999. Perth: UWA.
  54. Dawson, V., Taylor, P., Geelan, D., Fox, R., Herrmann, A. & Parker, L.  (1999). The development of epistemological pluralism through a web-based postgraduate curriculum course. In K. Martin, N. Stanley & N. Davison (Eds), Teaching in the Disciplines/ Learning in Context, 99-102. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1999. Perth: UWA. 
  55. Geelan, D.R., Taylor, P.C.S., Fox, R., Herrmann, A., Stapleton, A., & Dawson, V. M. (1999). Arcs, braids and webs: Exploring constructed narratives in a web-based distance education unit. In K. Martin, N. Stanley & N. Davison (Eds), Teaching in the Disciplines/ Learning in Context, 138-142. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1999. Perth: UWA.
  56. Herrmann, A., Fox, R., Taylor, P., Geelan, D., Dawson, V., Stapleton, A. & Parker, L. (1999). Co-constructing new understandings of online learning environments through critical reflection. In K. Martin, N. Stanley & N. Davison (Eds), Teaching in the Disciplines/Learning in Context, 153-157. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1999. Perth: UWA. 
  57. Stapleton, A., Taylor, P., Dawson, V., Geelan, D., Fox, R., Herrmann, A. & Parker, L. (1999). Analysing hypertextual discussion for connected knowing: Units of analysis. In K. Martin, N. Stanley & N. Davison (Eds), Teaching in the Disciplines/ Learning in Context, 391-400. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1999. Perth: UWA.
  58. Taylor, P., Dawson, V., Geelan, D., Stapleton, A., Fox, R., Herrmann, A. & Parker, L. (1999). Virtual teaching or virtually teaching? Does Internet-based teaching require multiple metaphors of mind? In K. Martin, N. Stanley & N. Davison (Eds), Teaching in the Disciplines/ Learning in Context, 429-432. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1999. Perth: UWA.
  59. Fox, R. (1998). What are the shortcomings inherent in the non-problematic perception of new technologies? In Black, B. & Stanley, N. (Eds), Teaching and Learning in Changing Times, 96-101. Proceedings of the 7th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1998. Perth: UWA.
  60. Boyd, A., Herrmann, A. & Fox, B. (1998). Do distance students get value for their HECS dollar? In Black, B. & Stanley, N. (Eds), Teaching and Learning in Changing Times, 39-43. Proceedings of the 7th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1998. Perth: UWA.
  61. Hall, S. & Fox, R. (1998). Reflective teaching practice on the web. In Black, B. & Stanley, N. (Eds), Teaching and Learning in Changing Times, 125-132. Proceedings of the 7th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, The University of Western Australia, February 1998. Perth: UWA.
  62. Swann, C., Fox, R., Herrmann, A., Shaw, J., Berry, R., Aoun, B., & Maltas, C. (1997). Redesigning Learning Environments for Design Postgraduates. In Kevill, R., Oliver, R. & Phillips, R. (Eds.),   What works and why? 583-598. Proceedings of the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) Conference. Curtin University: Perth, WA.
  63. Taylor, P., Geelan, D., Fox, R., & Herrman, A. (1997). Perspectives and Possibilities: Electronic Interactivity and Social Constructivist Teaching in a Science, Mathematics and Technology Teacher Education Program. In Kevill, R., Oliver, R. & Phillips, R. (Eds.), What works and why? 599-605. Proceedings of the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) Conference. Curtin Univerity: Perth, WA.
  64. Fox, R., Boyd, A. & Herrmann, A.  (1997).  What form should student evaluation of teaching take?.  In Osborne, J., Roberts, D. & Walker, J.  (Eds.).  Open. flexible and distance learning:  education and training in the 21st century  (pp. 164-168).  Selected papers from the 13th biennial forum of the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia.  Launceston:  University of Tasmania.
  65. Herrmann, A,  Fox, R. & Boyd, A.  (1997).  Cultures, clashes and clients:  the changing locus of control in distance and open learning courseware development.  In Osborne, J., Roberts, D. & Walker, J.  (Eds.).  Open. flexible and distance learning:  education and training in the 21st century  (pp. 196-200).  Selected papers from the 13th biennial forum of the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia.  Launceston:  University of Tasmania.
  66. Fox, R., Boyd, A. & Herrmann, A. (1997).  What form should student evaluation of distance teaching take? In Pospisil, R. & Willcoxson, L. (Eds), Learning Through Teaching, p106-110.  Proceedings of the 6th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, Murdoch University, February 1997. Perth.
  67. Fox, R., Herrmann, A. & Boyd, A. (1997). What should be included and what should be excluded in a guide on open and flexible teaching and learning? In Pospisil, R. & Willcoxson, L. (Eds), Learning Through Teaching. (pp.111-117). Proceedings of the 6th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, Murdoch University, February, 1997. Perth.  Murdoch University.
  68. Fox, R. & Radloff, A. (1997). How can we 'unstuff' the curriculum? In Pospisil, R. & Willcoxson, L. (Eds), Learning Through Teaching  (pp.118-123). Proceedings of the 6th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, Murdoch University, February, 1997. Perth: Murdoch University. 

IV         Media publications, consulting reports and case studies

  1. Fox, R. (Blended Learning Expert) (2015, May). In McMillan, A.F. “Plugged in: droves of students signing up for online courses prove that further education is no longer limited to the classroom”. Cathay Discovery Magazine. iPad version retrieved from http://bit.ly/OFgl3J.
  2. Fox, R. (Narrator). (2015, March 10). Education and Change. [Radio broadcast episode]. In S. Rosenblum (Producer), Arts on Wednesday. Sydney, NSW: Eastside Radio 89.7 FM. Audio podcast version retrieved from http://eastsidefm.org/education-and-change/.
  3. Law, N., Fox, R., & Chow, A. (2004, June).  Multilevel e-Educational leadership development. The University of Hong Kong, Centre for IT in Education, APEC Cyber Education Cooperation Website.  Retrieved 28 August 2015, from http://eleadership-info.cite.hku.hk/home/1/
  4. Law, N., Fox, R., & Chow, A. (2004, June).  An Integrated Approach To Bridging the Digital Divide through Supporting the Development of e-Educational Leadership ACEC project final report. Hong Kong:  CITE (100p).  Retrieved 28 August 2015, from http://acec.cite.hku.hk/
  5. Fox, R. (December, 2003). Responding to SARS:  IT As Lever For Change? In ICCE03, December 2003.  Hong Kong: International Conference on Computers in Education.
  6. Fox, R. (2003). Responding to SARS – a parent’s disappointed experiences.  In Educational Narratives and Reflections in The Time of SARS.  An international on-line conference (19-31 May) the Hong Kong Web Symposium Consortium.
  7. Fox, R. (2003, September).  Advantages and disadvantages of using IT for learning and teaching. Education Matters, 1, 2, p.9.
  8. Law, N., Fox, R., & Pang, E. (2002/2003).  An Integrated Approach To Bridging the Digital Divide through Supporting the Development of e-Educational Leadership ACEC project progress reports. Hong Kong:  CITE.
  9. Thorpe, M, Fox, R. & Dougiamas, M. (2000, March) The use of the Internet in the delivery of foreign trade training.  A report on the consultancy for the development of foreign trade training at the University of International Business and Economics for the China-Australian Economics and Foreign Trade Training Project.  Perth: Curtin University of Technology, 33p.
  10. Fox, R. (2000). Doing things differently. Technological practice and change in higher education. Unpublished doctoral dissertation.  Deakin University, Australia.
  11. Boyd, A., Fox, R. & Herrmann, A. (1999). Flexible, open and distance learning: a guide for teachers. Perth, WA: Centre for Educational Advancement, Curtin University of Technology, 122p.
  12. Fox, R. (1999) 'Technology In Teaching And Learning. A Literature Review'. A commissioned review.  Geelong, Victoria, Australia: Deakin University, 78p.
  13. Fox, R., Herrmann, A., Thornton, D. & Schrape, J. (1999, August). Inquiry into electronic delivery. An Office of Teaching and Learning Strategic Initiatives Project.  Perth: Curtin University, 43p.
  14. Thorpe, M., Bauer, C. & Fox, R.  (1999, June). The use of the Internet in the delivery of foreign trade training.  University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China.  An AusAID, IDP project report.  Perth: Curtin University, 37p.
  15. Fox, R.  (1999, June).  Current Practices in Adult Training Methodologies for Application in Developing Countries. Final report and evaluation.  An AusAid Philippines Australia Short Term Training Program (PASTT) project.
  16. Fox, R. (1999, May). Technology in teaching and learning: a literature review.  A commissioned research report for the Centre for Education and Change, Faculty of Education, Deakin University. Geelong:  Deakin University, 52p.
  17. Fox, R.  (1999).  Evaluation at a distance: making a difference in distance education.  Case Studies of Good Practice in Teaching in Higher Education.  Retrieved November 16, 2003, from Curtin University, Centre for Educational Advancement
  18. Fox, R. (1998). Technological practice and change in higher education: an examination of online learning environments. Outside Studies Program Report 1998. Centre for Educational Advancement, Curtin University.
  19. Walker, R., Holly, M. L., Henry, H. & Fox, R.  (1998) [Audio tape].  Doctor of Education: the folio.  Geelong, Victoria:  Deakin University.
  20. Radloff, A., Fox, R. & Herrmann, A.  (1997). Success in learning.  Perth:  Teaching Learning Group, Curtin University.
  21. Fox, R. (1997).  Making the most of the overhead projector.  Perth:  Teaching Learning Group, Curtin University.
  22. Fox, R., Boyd, A., & Herrmann, A.  (1997).  Student evaluation of distance education.  In Butorac, A.  (Ed.).  Quality in practice.  Teaching and staff development projects (pp. 43 – 52).  Perth:  Office of Teaching and Learning, Curtin University.
  23. Herrmann, A., Fox, R., & Boyd, A. (1997). Computer mediated communication for rural, remote and flexible learning.  Report on Higher Education Equity Program Research Project. Perth: Curtin University, 37p.

V        Selected Invited Keynotes and Invited Speaker

  1. Fox, R. (2017, July 18-20). The Quest for the Most Effective Blended Learning Experiences. Digital Campus and Blended Learning Innovation: The New Era of Teaching and Learning. Melbourne.
  2. Fox, R. (2017, June 9-10). Changing Technology Changing Practice: Empowering Staff and Building Capability in HE. Invited keynote. Empowering Communities, Innovating Learning, Learning to Innovate CITERS2017. Hong Kong, The University of Hong Kong.
  3. Fox, R. & King, M. (2017, June 7-8). Enhancing Continuing Professional Development Programs for Teachers and Educational Developers in Higher Education. Invited Speakers. International Mobile Learning Festival IMLF2017. Hong Kong, SAR.
  4. Fox, R. (2017, June 6). Designing Open Online and MOOC Courses: Working Smart not Just Hard. Invited speaker. Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts (APA). Hong Kong, SAR.
  5. Fox, R. (2017, April 3). Integrated Curriculum Framework. Invited Speaker. Health Education & Training Institute (HETI), The New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry. Parramatta, NSW, Australia.
  6. Fox, R. (2017, March 3-8).  Innovations in Open, Blended and Mobile Learning at University. Distinguished Speaker Series, including two plenaries and four workshops. Singapore, Nanyang Technological University
  7. Fox, R. (2016, November 28-30).  The nexus between blended learning and learning environments: harnessing technology to develop pedagogies and spaces for the future. Invited Keynote, New Gen Learning, New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand.
  8. Fox, R. (2016, November 24-25). Blended learning: addressing the skills gap. Invited Speaker, FutureLearn Asia Partners Forum. City University of Hong Kong: Hong Kong.
  9. Fox, R. (2016, October 24-25). Technology supporting the process: assessment driving the learning. Invited Speaker, School Planning, Design and Construction Conference, Sydney.
  10. Fox, R. (2016, October 20-21). Blended learning pedagogy and the use of technology in innovative ways to support effective assessment to enhance student learning. Invited Speaker, Blended Learning 2016, Hilton Sydney.
  11. Fox, R. (2016, June 28 – July 1). Flexible frameworks for blended learning in higher education. Invited keynote, 3rd Teaching & Education Conference, Barcelona, 28 June-1 July, 2016.
  12. Fox, R. (2016, June 14). Massive open online courses (MOOC) experimentations leading to improved student experiences in blended learning. Invited speaker, Blended Learning 2016. Blending Digital Technologies with Innovative Teaching Methods to Improve Student Experiences and Learning Outcomes, Singapore, 15-17 June 2016.
  13. Fox, R. (2015, October 27-28). MOOCs to BOOCs: Using MOOCs for Mainstream Blended Teaching and Learning. Invited keynote, Blended Learning 2015, Sydney, 27-28 October 2015.
  14. Fox, R. (2015, August 24-27). Flexible Futures. A Framework to Assure Quality in Blended Learning. Invited keynote, Innovate & Educate Teaching & Learning Conference, Adelaide.
  15. Fox, R. (2014, October 15-16). Implementing an Outcomes-Based Constructive Aligned Curriculum. Invited keynote, Blended Learning Summit, Sydney, 15-16 October 2014.
  16. Fox, R. (2014, 16-17 January). Flexible Futures. A Framework to Assure Quality in Blended Learning. Invited keynote, Inaugural International Conference on Open and Flexible Education ‘Making Learning Open and Flexible: Emerging Modes and Approaches. Hong Kong: The Open University of Hong Kong.
  17. Fox, R. (2014, March 13-14). Flexible Futures: Changing Classrooms, Changing Times. Invited featured presentation, Liberating School Culture: Blended Learning and Student Wellbeing Conference. Waverley, NSW 2024: Waverley College.
  18. Fox, R. (2013, 11-12 December). Fusing and Flipping Flexible Futures. Invited keynote, Higher Education Research & the Student Learning Experience in Business, HERSLEB Conference. Victoria, Australia: University of Melbourne.
  19. Fox, R. (2012, 28 July). Designs for Learning : Maximizing Future Trends in Education. Invited keynote, International Educators Conference. Quezon City, the Philippines: University of the Philippines.
  20. Fox, R. (2011, 11-13 July). Technological Practice and Change in Education. Invited keynote, Education Unplugged: Mobile Technologies & Web 2.0. The International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, Hong Kong: Open University of Hong Kong. Retrieved 26 October 2012 from http://www.ict2011.com/pages/.
  21. Fox, R. (2011, 29 April). New Designs for Learning. Invited keynote, Education & Information Technology Conference, New Age of Global IT Adoption in Education, Hong Kong.
  22. Fox, R. (2006, 27-28 November). Conditions for e-Learning in Universities: New Opportunities for New Practices.  Invited keynote, the International Conference for Asia Pacific e-Learning Clusters in Higher Education and Global Cooperation, Seoul, Korea: Seoul National University.
  23. Fox, R. (2006, 12 June). Online teaching issues and concerns. Invited keynote, the Second CLC and Learning Conference, Educational Development Centre, English Schools Foundation, Hong Kong.
  24. Fox, R. (2006, 10 April). Innovative e-Practices in English Teaching.  Invited keynote, the e-English Learning Symposium, Nebula Inc., Hong Kong.
  25. Fox, R. (2005, 1-4 June). Universities in knowledge-based economies: the challenge for change. Invited keynote, the international conference, Capacity Building for Information Technology Integration in Teaching and Learning. Hong Kong Baptist University: Hong Kong.
  26. Fox, R. (2002, 29-31 October). Pedagogy first: developing collaborative e-learning environments. Invited keynote, the international symposium, E-learning beyond cultural and linguistic barriers: co-existence and collaboration. Chiba, Japan: National Institute of Multimedia Education.
  27. Fox, R. (2001, 6-8 June). Changing times, changing technologies: coping with adopting new education technologies. Invited keynote. The international symposium, ‘New Technologies & E-Learning. Canada: Universite de Moncton.

Teaching

Teach into the following programs:

  Beginning To Teach (BTT)

  Foundations of University Teaching (FULT)

  Graduate Certificate of University Learning and Teaching (GCULT)

  Master of Education (Higher Education) MEd (HE)

  PhD Supervision

Honours and prizes

University Teaching Fellow.

In recognition of excellence in teaching, The University of Hong Kong

Certificate of Merit. IT in Education Awards. Academic Council for IT in Education (ACITE), University of Hong Kong, Establishing communities of practice with Interactive Learning Network

Professional contribution

Journal Editorships

Invited Editorial Boards and Panels of the following international, regional and local journals:

International

Research in Learning Technology 2006 – ongoing

Association for Advancement of Computing in Education Journal http://www.aace.org 2006 – ongoing

Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education http://www.aace.org 2006 – ongoing

Educational Media International http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/routledge/09523987.html 2001 – 2007

International Journal of Education and Development Using ICT http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu/ 2005 - ongoing

International Journal of Innovation and Learning www.inderscience.com/ijil 2007-2010      

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management http://ijm.cgpublisher.com/ 2004 - 2012

Journal of Education and Human Development, Scientific Journals International http://www.scientificjournals.org/     2007 - ongoing

Regional

Asia-Pacific Cybereducation Journal 2004 – ongoing

Local

Information, Technology and Educational Change http://ejournal.cite.hku.hk/ 2004 – 2013

Reviewer of journal papers

Invited reviewer of papers for the following additional international journals:

Australian Journal Educational Technology                                       from 1995

Cambridge Journal of Education                                                        from 2001

Educational Research and Evaluation                                               from 2009

International Journal of Distance Education and Open Learning       from 1997

International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management           from 2008

International Journal on E-learning                                                    from 2005

International Journal of Web Based Communities                       from 2007

Journal of Educational Technology and Society                                 from 2007

Journal of Interactive Learning Research                                           from 2005       

Journal of Open and Distance Learning                                             from 1997

Journal of Technology and Teacher Education                                   from 2005

Language Learning & Technology                                                      from 2004

Quality Assurance in Education                                                          from 2009

Affiliations and membership

Professor and Academic Lead Curriculum, PVC (Education) Portfolio, The University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Concurrent appointments as Honorary Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong (HKU)

and Adjunct Professor, School of Education, UNSW

Awarded HKU University Teaching Fellow for Excellence in Teaching