Communication and Education: New Media, Knowledge Practices, and Multiliteracies.

HKAECT 2014 International Conference

Forum: The Changing Face of Educational Technology and the Next 25 Years -
Educational Technology and Technology Adoption Research

Prof. Timothy Teo, University of Macau

Timothy Teo (Ph.D.) is Professor of Education and Associate Dean (Research & Faculty Development) at the Faculty of Education, University of Macau. For his research achievements, he was conferred the title of Honorary Professor at the University of Auckland. His research interests are multi-disciplinary and include both substantive and methodological areas. These are Educational Psychology (Self-efficacy-teachers and students; Beliefs about teaching and learning;  Meta-cognition), ICT in Education (Technology acceptance and adoption; e-learning), Music Education (Psychological processes of music teaching and learning), and Quantitative Methods (Psychometrics; Instrument development and validation; cross-cultural measurement; issues in survey development and administration; structural equation modeling; multilevel modeling; latent growth modeling). Timothy is chief editor of the SSCI-listed The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (TAPER) and founding editor of the International Journal of Quantitative Research in Education (IJQRE). At the same time, he is an Associate Editor of the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology and a member of over 10 journal editorial boards. As an author, he has edited three books and written many book chapters and conference papers. To date, Timothy has published 119 peer-reviewed journal articles, with 79 in highly-ranked, SSCI journals including Computers and EducationEducational and Psychological Measurement,Interactive Learning EnvironmentJournal of computer Assisted LearningBritish Journal of Educational TechnologyJournal of Research in Music EducationComputers in Human Behavior,The Internet and Higher EducationAsia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, and Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment.His latest edited book, Quantitative methods in educational researchwas published in 2013. Timothy is currently editing a book tentatively titled, Digital natives: Research trends and findings, to be completed in the first quarter of 2016.