Meet the Editors: Studies in Continuing Education (February 24, 2023)

The Consortium for Higher Education Research in Asia (CHERA(Chair: Professor Gerard A. Postiglione), the Comparative Education Research Centre (CERCand the Social Contexts and Policies of Education (SCAPEhost a series of forums for post-doc researchers and doctoral students in Asia who are studying in the field of higher education. The forums aim to identify common challenges in Asian higher education, build a vibrant and sustainable network, and strengthen the research collaboration among emerging scholars in higher education. The forums cover a broad range of issues in Asian higher education including higher education and science policy, teaching and learning, student experience, equity/access, quality assurance, internationalization, and privatization and finance. On-going researches (project or dissertations) and recently published works are all welcome to be presented and discussed. Both individual/co-presentations and panel discussion formats are welcome. The forums are conducted in English via an online platform.

Anyone who is interested in presenting their research, please contact the coordinators: Dr Jisun Jung (jisun@hku.hkand Dr Alice Te ( Please send the (tentative) title, abstract (150 words), and a bio (50 words).

If you have any inquiries about the seminar/consortium, please contact us

Co-organizers: SCAPE, CHERA, CERC



Date: February 24, 2023 (Friday) (Hong Kong Time)

Time: 14:00-15:15

Format: Zoom

Chair: Dr Jisun Jung, The University of Hong Kong


Prof David Boud, Deakin University

Prof Nick Hopwood, University of Technology Sydney

Dr Joke Vandenabeele, KU Leuven

Studies in Continuing Education, published by Taylor & Francis, is a scholarly journal concerned with all aspects of continuing, professional and lifelong learning. In this Webinar, the journal editors will introduce the aims, scope, and review criteria of Studies in Continuing Education. The speakers will share their experiences in peer review as an editor, reviewer, and author and advise early career researchers on best publishing practices in the international peer-reviewed journal.

Please find the detailed information of the journal here:


David Boud is Alfred Deakin Professor and Foundation Director of the Centre for Research on Assessment and Digital Learning at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. As one of the highest cited researchers in Education (Google Scholar h-index 101), his research focuses on adult, higher and professional education.

Nick Hopwood is a Professor at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia. He is co-convenor of the Life-wide Learning & Education Research Group. His research focuses on workplace learning, teacher learning, inter-professional health practice, and health professional education.

Joke Vandenabeele is associate professor social and cultural pedagogy at the Laboratory for Education and Society, KU Leuven, Belbium. Her research focuses on how educational practices are being constituted within the domains of non-formal education, community education and public pedagogy.