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TitleThe case study of a simulation training course designed by Hong Kong Police Force
 
AuthorsHung, AYK
 
Issue Date2005
 
CitationCITE Seminar: The case study of a simulation training course designed by the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF), Hong Kong, China, 14 January 2005 [How to Cite?]
 
DescriptionSecurity, low-band-width and motivation are major challenges in e-Learning development in public and private sectors. e-Learning means e-boring--at least, many users of page-turning e-learning packages complain. Many e-learning experts claim that simulation learning is the way to overcome e-boring because it is engaging and interactive. But how do you do so, especially with a limited technology bandwidth? This session presents the case study of a simulation training course designed by the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF), and explains how they overcame the problems of low bandwidth to develop an engaging e-learning program that includes reality simulation, interactive video, elements of online games and, most importantly, results in learning that "sticks". The presentation will also demonstrate the application of “Pick and Go” concept in delivery of small learning objects that meet users’ training need.
Andy Yip has been working in the Hong Kong Police Force for 17 years after finishing his first degree study in Journalism and Communication. He has taken up the specialist Chief Inspector post responsible for developing learning technologies for the Hong Kong Police Force, including the world-class interactive firearms training mini-ranges. Mr. Yip is a pioneer of e-learning initiative among Hong Kong government departments. Recently, an e-Learning package developed by his team has won the 2004 Gold Brandon-Hall Award in Excellence in Learning. He obtained his Master’s degree in Multi-media and Education from Huddersfield University, U.K in 2000 and is also a Certified Technology Specialist. Email : andyyip@police.gov.hk
 
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dc.descriptionSecurity, low-band-width and motivation are major challenges in e-Learning development in public and private sectors. e-Learning means e-boring--at least, many users of page-turning e-learning packages complain. Many e-learning experts claim that simulation learning is the way to overcome e-boring because it is engaging and interactive. But how do you do so, especially with a limited technology bandwidth? This session presents the case study of a simulation training course designed by the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF), and explains how they overcame the problems of low bandwidth to develop an engaging e-learning program that includes reality simulation, interactive video, elements of online games and, most importantly, results in learning that "sticks". The presentation will also demonstrate the application of “Pick and Go” concept in delivery of small learning objects that meet users’ training need.
 
dc.descriptionAndy Yip has been working in the Hong Kong Police Force for 17 years after finishing his first degree study in Journalism and Communication. He has taken up the specialist Chief Inspector post responsible for developing learning technologies for the Hong Kong Police Force, including the world-class interactive firearms training mini-ranges. Mr. Yip is a pioneer of e-learning initiative among Hong Kong government departments. Recently, an e-Learning package developed by his team has won the 2004 Gold Brandon-Hall Award in Excellence in Learning. He obtained his Master’s degree in Multi-media and Education from Huddersfield University, U.K in 2000 and is also a Certified Technology Specialist. Email : andyyip@police.gov.hk
 
dc.description.sponsorshipCentre for Information Technology in Education, University of Hong Kong
 
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dc.identifier.citationCITE Seminar: The case study of a simulation training course designed by the Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF), Hong Kong, China, 14 January 2005 [How to Cite?]
 
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dc.languageeng
 
dc.rightsCreative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License
 
dc.titleThe case study of a simulation training course designed by Hong Kong Police Force
 
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