Learning Analytics Community

List of Faculty/Departmental Representatives on Institutional Surveys

FacultyDept/UnitFaculty/Dept Rep*Post Email
ARTSCHIProf. WONG Shuk Han MaryAssociate Professor [email protected]
CUSProf. LEUNG Yuk Ming LisaAssociate Professor[email protected]
ENGProf. Preet HIRADHAR  Associate Professor of Teaching[email protected]
HSTProf. Mark HAMPTON Associate Professor[email protected]
PHIProf. CHIU Wai Wai Associate Professor[email protected]
TRAProf. HUI Ting Yan Isaac Associate Professor[email protected]
VSTo be confirmed--
(Fac Rep)
To be confirmed--
BUSMKT (Fac Rep)Prof. POON Shing Chung Patrick Professor of Teaching[email protected]
SSPSY (Fac Rep)Prof. LUN Miu Chi Vivian Associate Professor[email protected]
-GSDr. Erica LauAssociate Director[email protected]
-CCOProf. FONG JonathanDirector[email protected]
-REGMr CHAN Chung Kai RoyAdministrative Manager[email protected]
-OSAMs WONG Lai Chu Connie Associate Director of Student Affairs[email protected]
-LIFETo be confirmed -
-# OIAMs Michelle XUHead of the Office of Internal Audit[email protected]
-TLCProf LAM King Sun FrankieDirector[email protected]
Mr CHEUNG Kam Wing Kevin Manager and Strategic Lead, Learning Analytics[email protected]
Ms. LAM Lai Ki JoySenior Evaluation Officer[email protected]

# Cc in communication loop only


  1. Act as the primary conduit between TLC and associated faculties/ departments in the areas of institutional surveys and utilization of data to inform development in curriculum and teaching and learning, so as to help align with stakeholder needs, and advance development of institutional surveys and utilise data for teaching and learning improvement.
  2. To relay support requests to respective academic unit/ faculty, in relation to administration, monitoring and development of institutional surveys.
  3. Provide comments to institutional survey reports and collaborate with TLC in proposing recommendations. 
  4. Provide support to implementation of recommendations related to curriculum and teaching and learning from institutional survey reports.
  5. Collaborate with TLC in better utilising data and evidence generated from institutional surveys to effectively inform development in curriculum and teaching and learning, so as to help form, consolidate and enhance culture of ‘evidence-based teaching and learning’.  
  6. Provide suggestions to make the development of institutional surveys better fit for purposes, including but not limited to: 
    • Survey design 
    • Data analysis 
    • Data presentation 
    • Report format and presentation 
    • Linkages among different surveys  
  7. Provide suggestions to development of data warehouse, for effectively storing, organizing, retrieving and archiving current and historical data related to teaching and learning from various sources, so as to facilitate data analysis, management and retention.
  8. Convey any feedback related to institutional survey from colleagues in respective academic unit to TLC. 
  9.  Any role(s) raised later which are found appropriate and acceptable to the members.