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李月莲 教授

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李月莲教授在香港中文大学毕业,取得社会科学新闻及传播学士学位(甲等荣誉),以及传播学硕士学位。她在加拿大英属哥伦比亚大学取得教育学系博士学位。

李教授在香港传媒有丰富工作经验。她曾分别在《明报晚报》及《经济日报》担任记者及编辑。 她也曾为政府文化部门及商业机构出任杂志编辑,以及任职亚洲电视。 李教授曾在中文大学处理传媒关系的工作。

自2000年起,李教授在香港及中国内地推广传媒教育。 她是「香港传媒教育协会」的创办人之一及副主席。 她参与联合国教科文组织传媒资讯素养 (MIL) 环球评估框架的草拟工作,是该项目的编辑及咨询委员会成员,并积极倡议传媒资讯素养教育。 在本港,李教授是香港特别行政区教育局教师专业发展小组委员会成员,并任资讯科技教育督导委员会委员。

执教课程

媒介与社会
新闻媒体管理
21世纪媒体研究 (媒体素养通识教育课程)
新闻分析
传播理论
大众媒体批判研究
新闻与社会
电视新闻报导
报导实验室 (广播新闻专修)
编辑实验室 (广播新闻专修)

教研领域

网络新闻
媒体教育
传媒资讯素养
网络世代
数码媒体及知识社会


出版著作
2019
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2019). Teachers of journalism. In Vos T. and Hanusch F. (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
2018
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2018). The emergence of Internet media in Hong Kong. In Y. Huang and Y. Song (Eds.), The evolving landscape of media and communication in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: City University Press.
2017
  • De Abreu, B., Mihailidis, P., Lee, A. Y. L., Melki, J., & Mcdougall, J. (Eds.) (2017). The international handbook of media literacy education. New York: Routledge.
  • Lee, A. Y. L., Zhang, K., & Chan, K. (Eds.) (2017). Multidisciplinary approaches to media literacy: Research and Practice. Beijing: Communication University of China Press.
  • De Abreu, B., Mihailidis, P., Lee, A. Y. L., Melki, J., & McDougall, J. (2017). Arc of research and central issues in media literacy education. In B. De Abreu, P. Mihailidis, A. Y. L. Lee, J. Melki, & J. McDougall (Eds.), The international handbook of media literacy education (pp.33-42). New York: Routledge.
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2017). Promoting media literacy in China: The agency effort. The Journal of Media Literacy, 64(1&2), 70-73.
2016
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2016). Media education in the School 2.0 era: Teaching media literacy through laptop computers and iPads. Global Media and China, 1(4), 435-449.
  • Fu, J. S., & Lee, A. Y. L. (2016). Chinese journalists’ discursive Weibo practices in an extended journalistic sphere. Journalism Studies, 17(1), 80-99. [SSCI journal]
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2016). Learning media literacy in urban and rural schools in China. The Journal of Media Literacy, 63 (1&2), 34-41.
  • Lee, A. Y. L., Wang, T. (2016). Teaching and learning media literacy in China: The uses of media literacy education. In C. K. Cheung (Ed.), Media literacy in China (pp.11-29). Singapore: Springer Science+Business Media.
  • Lee, A. Y. L., Cheung, C. K., & Cheung, M. (2016). Bringing media literacy education into the school curriculum: A tri-level adoption of innovation model. In C. K. Cheung (Ed.), Media literacy in China (pp. 31-45). Singapore: Springer Science+Business Media.
2015
  • Lee, A. Y. L., & Ting, K. W. (2015). Media and information praxis of young activists in the Umbrella Movement. Chinese Journal of Communication, 8(4), 376-392).
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2015). Media literacy goes global. In B. S. De Abreu, & M. N. Yildiz (Eds.), Global media literacy in a digital age: Teaching beyond borders (pp. 263-268). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2015). Three Global world trends and media management. In C. Y. K. So, & M. Chan (Eds.), Chief editors on news media management (pp. 11-32). Hong Kong: Cosmos Publication. (in Chinese)
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2015). News literacy: The core area of media literacy. In T. Wang (Ed.), Media literacy reader for university students (pp. 57-73). Beijing: China Broadcast Publication International. (in Chinese)
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2015). Knowledge society: From media education to media and information literacy education. In P. S. N. Lee (Ed.), New perspectives on Hong Kong media (2nd edition) (pp. 265-283). Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. (in Chinese)
2014
  • Lee, A. Y. L., & So, C. Y. K. (2014). Media literacy and information literacy: Similarities and differences. Comunicar, 42, 137-146. (with C. Y. K. So)
  • Chu, D, & Lee, A. Y. L. (2014). Media education initiatives by media organizations: The uses of media literacy in Hong Kong media. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 69 (2), 127-145.
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2014). Moving from ML to MIL: Comparison between the Hong Kong and mainland China experiences, in S. H. Culver and P. Kerr (Eds.), MILID Yearbook 2014: Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue. Sweden: UNESCO, UniTwin Network and Nordicom. (in press)
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2014). Hong Kong media education in the Web 2.0 era: Engaging with the Net generation. In B. S. De Abreu and P. Mihallidis (Eds.), Media Literacy Education in Action (pp. 87-93). New York: Routledge (Taylor & Francis).
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2014). Hong Kong (Media Literacy). In A. Silverblatt (Ed.), The Praeger handbook of media literacy, Volume 2 (pp. 890-895). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2014). Towards media and information literacy: A case in Hong Kong. The Journal of Media Literacy, 6(1&2), 37-41.
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2014). The development trend of media literacy research, in J. Hong (Ed.), New trends in communication studies (pp. 640-659). Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press. (in Chinese)
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2014). 21st century competencies: Essential literacy for networked lives. In S. Peng and T. Wang (Eds.), Chinese Media Literacy Report 2014 (pp.8-16). Beijing: China Broadcast Publication International. (in Chinese)
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2014). The foresight of media literacy. In C. Zhang, Y. Zhang and H. Zang (Eds.), Media literacy and inclusive social development (pp.78-85). Beijing: Communication University of China Press. (in Chinese)
2013
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2013). Literacy and competencies required to participate in knowledge societies. In UNESCO (Ed.), Conceptual relationship of information literacy and media literacy in knowledge societies (pp. 3-75). Paris: UNESCO.
  • UNESCO Team & Lee, A. Y. L. (2013). Global media and information literacy assessment framework: Country readiness and competencies. Paris: UNESCO. (Alice Y. L. Lee as one of the members of the Editorial and Advisory Committee of this document.)
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2013). Promoting media and information literacy in Hong Kong: A network model strategy. In E. Kuzmin & A. Parshakova (Eds.), Media and information for knowledge societies (pp. 254-260). Moscow: Interregional Library Cooperation Centre.
2012
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2012). Online news media in the Web 2.0 era: from boundary dissolution to journalistic transformation. Chinese Journal of Communication, 5 (2), 210-243.
  • Lee, A. Y. L., & Wang, T. (2012). Cultivating twenty first century skills: The goals and practices of media literacy education in Zhejiang Province. China Radio & TV Academic Journal, Vol. 253, 64 -65. (with T. Wang)
2011
  • Lee, A. Y. L. (2011). Communist movement media, 1950s-1960s (Hong Kong). In J. D. H. Downing (Ed.), Encyclopedia of social movement media (pp. 103-105). New York: Sage Publications.
2010
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2010). Media education: Definitions, approaches and development around the globe. New Horizons in Education, 58 (3), 1-13.
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2010). Family media education for the Net generation, Journal of Youth Studies, 13 (2), 54-64.
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2010). From communication power shift to media education paradigm change: The case of Hong Kong, Journal of Media Literacy, 57 (1 & 2), 69-72.
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2010). Integrating media education with positive psychology: Cultivating happy young people. In S. Peng (Ed.), Chinese Media Literacy Research Report 2010 (pp. 13-20). Beijing: China Broadcast Publication International.
2009
  • Lee , A. Y. L., & So, C. Y. K. (2009). The development of e-commerce in online news media: Toward a core Partnership strategy. In L. Leung, A. Fung and P. Lee (Eds.), Embedding into our lives: New opportunities and challenges of the Internet (pp. 323-346). Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. (with C. Y. K. So)
2008
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2008). Internet press freedom and online crisis reporting: The role of news websites in the SARS epidemic. In J. H. Powers and X. Xiao (Eds.), The social construction of SARS (pp. 69-90). Amsterdam: John Benjaminus Publishing Company.
2007
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2007). Media education, critical citizenship and public sphere: The ideal and practice of media education in Hong Kong. Communication and Society, Number 3, pp. 133-155. (in Chinese)
  • Lee , A. Y. L., & So, C. Y. K. (2007). Hong Kong: The crown jewel of broadband for China with the second highest broadband penetration in the world. In L. S. Ha & R. J. Ganahl III (Eds.), Webcasting worldwide: Business models of an emerging global medium (pp. 279-296). Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [The book won the Picard Award]
  • So, C. Y. L., & Lee , A. Y. L. (2007). The radio phone-in talk show as the people council in postcolonial Hong Kong. In J. Y. S. Cheng (Ed.), The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in its first decade (pp. 827-852). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press.
  • Lee , A. Y. L., & So, C. Y. K. (2007). Global media for local Use: The development of webcasting in Hong Kong. Media Asia, 32(4), 226-233.
2006
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2006). Media & globalization. In J. J. Arnett (Ed.), Encyclopedia of children, adolescents, and the media (pp. 372-373). Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage Publication.
2005
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2005). Between global and local: The glocalization news coverage on the trans-regional crisis of SARS. Asian Journal of Communication. 15(3): 255-273.
  • Lee , A. Y. L., & Mok, E. (2005). Marching into the knowledge society: The case of Hong Kong media education. In G. G. Cai, K. Zhang, & S. Y. Liu (Eds.), Media education in information age (pp. 9-19). Beijing: China Communication University Press. (in Chinese)
2004
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2004). Critical appreciation of TV drama and reality shows: Hong Kong youth in need of media education. In C. V. Feilitzen (Ed.), Young people, soap operas and reality TV – Yearbook 2004 from the International Clearinghouse on Children, Youth and Media (pp. 117-128). Goteborg, Nordicom (Sweden): Goteborg University.
  • So, C. Y. K., & Lee , A. Y. L. (2004). Doing e-commerce in electronic newspaper: Toward a partnership model. In P. S. N. Lee, L. Leung, & C. Y. K. So (Eds.), Impact and issues in new media: Toward intelligent societies (pp.35-60). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
2003
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2003). Online news media as interactive community bulletin boards: Coverage of SARS in the Greater China regions. Media Asia, 30 (4): 197- 205.
2002
  • Lee , A. Y. L. (2002). Media education movement in Hong Kong: A networking model. Mass Communication Research, 71, 107-131. (in Chinese)
  • Lee , A. Y. L., & So, C.Y. K. (2002). Dissolving boundaries: The electronic newspapers as an agent of redefining social relationships. In J. M. Chan & B. T. McIntyre (Eds.), In search of boundaries: Communication, nation-states and cultural identities (pp.72-94). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
2001
  • Lee , A. Y. L., & So, C. Y. K. (2001). Electronic newspaper as digital marketplaces. World Futures, 57, 203-230.
专业服务
  • International Associate Coeditor, Comunicar
  • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Communication and Education (JCE)
  • Vice Chairperson, Hong Kong Association of Media Education (HKAME)
  • Member, Steering Committee on Strategic Development of Information Technology in Education, Education Bureau, HKSAR Government
  • Member, T-Standard+ Consortium, Education Bureau, HKSAR Government
  • Member, Sub-committee on Teachers’ Professional Development (SCTPD), Education Bureau, HKSAR Government
  • Adviser, Radio Television Hong Kong Programme Advisory Panel, HKSAR Government
  • Column writer, “Parenting the Net Generation” Column, Yellow Bus Light, Hong Kong
  • Panel Judge, Hong Kong Best News Awards, the Newspaper Society of Hong Kong
  • Associate Director, Academic Advisory Committee, Media Literacy Research Base, China Radio and TV Association, China
  • Member, Advisory Committee of Jockey Club Online Youth Emotional Support Program