- Professor, National Institute of Education
- Associate Dean (Education Research), Office of Education Research (2010 to present)
- Director of Research, NIE's Office of Research for Interactive and Digital Media (IDM)
- Head, EduLab (joint appointment NIE and MOE)
- Head, Center for Research in Pedagogy and Practice (CRPP) (2014)
- Head, Educational Research Administration and Communication (2009)
- Head, Learning Sciences Laboratory (2008 to 2009)
- Associate Dean, Learning Sciences (2002 to 2008)
- Head, Learning Sciences and Technologies Academic Group (2002 to 2008)
- Assistant Professor, National Institute of Education (1999 to 2001)
- Lecturer, NTU (1996 to 1998)
- Systems Analyst, Systems and Computer Organisation (1986 to 1992)
- Computer-Assisted Instruction Coordinator, Ministry of Defence (1986 to 1987)
Prof David Hung is currently Associate Dean of OER. He is a Professor at the National Institute of Education with teaching and research interests in learning, in particular, social cultural orientations to cognition and communities of practice. He is also Head of eduLab at OER, an initiative designed to surface and spread ground-up ICT-based pedagogical innovations. He was the former Head of Educational Research Administration and Communication, OER. He is currently a contributing editor of Educational Technology.
Prof Hung has conducted research in Learning and Instructional Technologies, Constructivism and Social Constructivism, Learning in Communities of Practice, etc., in recent years.
In 2004, he initiated the set-up of the Learning Sciences Laboratory to focus research on ICT infusion in student-centred learning.
Prof Hung's (well over 100) publications are internationally known, and he is well recognised in the learning sciences and educational technology communities at home and abroad.