The following shows the recordings of the CCGame Project eSymposium 2020 on 18 June 2020:

Keynote Speech

Professor David GIBSON
Director, Learning Futures, Curtin University, Australia
UNESCO Chair of Data Science in Higher Education Learning and Teaching

Abstract This talk addressed the lessons learned through international co-research on digital team-based interactions by Hong Kong Baptist University and Curtin University. Advances in measuring collaborative problem-solving and data mining of chat transcripts as well as digital game results have led to automatic collection of new indicators of team-based learning using network analyses and visualisations as well as an active exploration of topic modelling in the context of collaborative conversations.

The CCGame Project: An Overview

Director, Centre for Holistic Teaching and Learning, Hong Kong Baptist University

Student-facilitated Session:
Multicultural Learning Experience in the United Nations SDG International eTournament 2020

Winning teams and students in the United Nations SDG International eTournament 2020

Champion Team –
represented by:

Whitney YU
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Zehuan LIAO
(also Most Valued Player – First Place)
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

First Runner-up Team –
represented by:

Bliss Xiao Qian TAN
Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Second Runner-up Team –
represented by:

Andreas ZHENG
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

University of New South Wales, Australia

Kelechi NWEKE
Coventry University, United Kingdom

Most Valued Player – Second Place

Yong Kian LIM
The University of Hong Kong

Abstract An international eTournament based on the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was held early this year. The event attracted about 420 student participants from 42 regions/countries. During the eTournament, despite their different backgrounds in terms of discipline and culture, the students worked in teams on an online game platform to answer questions related to SDGs. In the session, winners of the eTournament shared their online learning experiences/challenges on how to work with people they had never met before so enthusiastically and strategically to achieve a common goal. Winners also shared things they had learnt from this innovative event.

Panel Discussion:
Heightening Students’ Multicultural and Multidisciplinary Competencies

Panel members Hong Kong Baptist University (Leader of the CCGame Project)
Assistant Director, Centre for Holistic Teaching and Learning

CCGame Project Partners
Dr Crusher WONG
City University of Hong Kong
Professor Paul LAM
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dr Kevin CHAN
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Representative of UNESCO Hong Kong Association
Vice President

Representative of Coventry University, United Kingdom
Ms Nicola BEER
Assistant Professor, Faculty Curriculum Lead (Faculty of Business and Law)