Franc Feng, Ph.D. (University of British Columbia) is a course author and instructor for ETEC 531 Curriculum Issues in Cultural and Media Studies. With a background in electronic engineering and computing studies, Franc has expertise in programming, computer hardware design, microprocessor design, web-design, workplace training, business systems, consulting, multimedia, product evaluation, systems support, and digital curating. Current research interests include science-technology-studies, meta-cognition, e-portfolios, assessment, chaos/complexity/systems theory, cultural studies, environmental ethics, globalization, philosophy, hermeneutics, phenomenology, and the sociology of knowledge. He has recently authored chapters in (Post) modern science (education): propositions and alternative paths (Peter Lang, 2001) and Unfolding bodymind: exploring possibility through education (Foundation for Educational Renewal, 2001), and published in Educational Insights.