Doctoral Research Seminar: Stakeholder Intersections of E-learning Expectations



The Faculty of Social Sciences and Education is organising a Doctoral Research Seminar on “Stakeholder Intersections of E-learning Expectations” on 9 November 2021.


E-learning in some form or another has been around for decades, but recently moved to the forefront of education during the pandemic. Both research and anecdotal evidence suggest a wide range of opinions and implementations of e-learning. This PhD research aims to add to the existing knowledge and literature on e-learning in Macau and beyond, in order to find where expected outcomes of e-learning among selected stakeholders (teachers, parents, students and institutions) intersect, and to perform an analysis of how these expectations compare to actual implementation and outcomes of e-learning.


Michael Dudoff has been working in education since 2001, mostly in Asia and the Middle East, and has been involved in most aspects of language teaching (English/German), including teacher training, educational technology and testing. He has experienced e-learning as an educator and end-user, but also from its more technical side, having worked as an e-learning manager in a teacher training project in the UAE and as test administrator for online proficiency tests such as Cambridge Business English.


Date: Tuesday, 9th November 2021
Time: 17:00 – 18:30
Location: Don Bosco Auditorium, USJ Ilha Verde Campus

Online Access:

Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88538433280?pwd=bWxITmU3OEhjZFd2MFNJdUhKSC9NQT09
Meeting ID: 885 3843 3280
Passcorde: 053301

Organised by: Faculty of Social Sciences and Education
Moderated by: Prof. Elisa Monteiro

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*This Research Seminar will be conducted in English
**USJ Public Lectures and Research Seminars are free to attend and members of the public are very welcome