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  • Chan, C.K.Y., Yeung, N.C.J., Kutnick, P., & Chan, R.Y.Y. (2018). Students’ Perceptions of Engineers – Dimensionality and Influences on Career Aspiration in Engineering. International Journal of Technology and Design Education.

  • Chan, C.K.Y., Fong, E.T.Y. (2018). Disciplinary differences and implications for the development of generic skills: a study of engineering and business students’ perceptions of generic skills. European Journal of Engineering Education, 43(6), 927-949.

  • Kutnick, P., Chan, R.Y.Y., Chan, C.K.Y., Good, D., Lee, B.P.Y., & Lai, V.K.W. (2018). Aspiring to become an engineer in Hong Kong: effects of engineering education and demographic background on secondary students’ expectation to become an engineer. European Journal of Engineering Education, 43(6), 824-841.

  • Kutnick, P., Zhu, Z., Chan, C.K.Y., Chan, R.Y.Y., Lee, B.P.Y., & Lai, V.K.W. (2017). Attitudes and aspirations regarding engineering among Chinese secondary school students: comparisons between industrialising and post-industrial geo-engineering regions of Mainland China and Hong Kong. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 1-22.

  • Chan, C.K.Y., Zhao, Y and Luk, L.Y.Y. (2017). A validated and reliable instrument investigating engineering students’ perceptions of competency in generic skills. Journal of Engineering Education, 106(2), 299-325.

  • Chan, C.K.Y., Wong, G.C.K., Law, A.K.H., Zhang, T., & Au, F.T.K. (2017). Evidence-based conclusions concerning practice, curriculum design and curriculum reform in a civil engineering capstone design course in Hong Kong. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 54(3), 260-274.

  • Chan C.K.Y. (2012). Assessment for community service types of experiential learning in the engineering discipline, European Journal Of Engineering Education, 37(1), 29-38.

  • Chan, C. K. Y. (2012). Exploring an experiential learning project through Kolb’s Learning Theory using a qualitative research method. European Journal of Engineering Education, 37(4), 405-415.

  • Chan C.K.Y. (2012). Identifying and understanding the graduate attributes learning outcomes in a case study of community service experiential learning project, International Journal Of Continuing Engineering Education And Life-long Learning22(1/2), 148-159.

  • Chan C.K.Y., Tam V.W.L. & Li C.Y.V. (2011). A comparison of MCQ assessment delivery methods for student engagement and interaction used as an in-class formative assessment, In: Julie Johnson, International Journal Of Electrical Engineering Education, 48(3), 323-337.

  • Chan C.K.Y. & Fok W.W.T. (2009) Evaluating the learning experiences in virtual laboratory training in electrical and electronic engineering through student perceptions – A case study in the University of Hong Kong, Special Issue: Learning Technologies in Engineering Education: The Journal of the Higher Education Academy, Engineering Subject Centre4(2), 70-75.

  • Namasivayam, S.N., Hosseini Fouladi, M. (2018) Utilisation of learning outcome attainment data to drive continual quality improvement of an engineering programme: a case study of Taylor’s University. International Journal of Engineering Education34(3), 905–914.

  • Yong Ze Siin, M., Namasivayam, S.N., Hosseini Fouladi, M., Mohd Zali, M.A.Z., Quen, L.C., Hang, M.C. (2018) Utilisation of the conceive-design-implement-operate framework in a mechanical engineering capstone project. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Education, 0(0), 1–23.