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Formative evaluation of Hong Kong's first open textbooks
Yuen, Kin Sun · Li, Kam Cheong · Wong, Billy Tak Ming

PublishedMarch 2018
Book titleInnovations in Open and Flexible Education
Chapter 15, Pages 163-175
SeriesEducation Innovation Series
PublisherSpringer, Singapore
EditorsLi, Kam Cheong and Yuen, Kin Sun
CountryHong Kong, Asia

ABSTRACT
Twelve open textbooks for the local school curriculum – the first set ever developed in Hong Kong – were completed in 2015. During the development process, formative feedback was gathered from primary and secondary school teachers and students who tried out some of the draft versions of the units in the textbooks developed for the project. The evaluation was carried out with the aim of improving the open textbooks being produced. This paper reports the results of the formative evaluation which involved two questionnaires, one for the teachers and the other for the students.

Keywords Open Educational Resources · open licence · open textbooks · textbook evaluation

Published atSingapore
ISBN978-981-10-7995-5
RefereedYes
Rights© Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2018
DOI10.1007/978-981-10-7995-5_15
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