Important notes for CREATE! users
Online reservation of CREATE! service is unavailable (except 3D Printing). Please contact our staff at the IT Help Desk for assistance upon your arrival. In order to maintain a safe and pleasant environment, the CREATE! room can accommodate a maximum of 4 persons at a time only. Hence, we may allow the core user who made the reservation for entrance only.
Another series of Law Library Workshops is rolled out in Semester B.
Come and learn how to tap into our rich collection of legal resources. We will show you the most effective way of retrieving information for your study and research.
Any enquiries can be referred to the Library’s Law Collection and Services Section, call 3442-8395, email to email@example.com, or visit the Law & Reference Help Desk.
We look forward to your active participation!
Please note below the Library hours for Semester B, 2020/21 (including Lunar New Year Break & Easter Break) :
Monday to Sunday : 8:30 am - 10:00 pm
# On 12 - 14 February (Fri - Sun), the Library will be closed.
Monday to Friday% : 8:30 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday : 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday : Closed
Public Holidays [12 - 13, 15 February (Fri - Sat, Mon) & 2 - 3, 5 - 6 April (Fri - Sat, Mon - Tue)] : Closed
% On 11 February (Thu), the service counters will be closed at 6:00 pm.
@ The opening hours of the Law & Reference Help Desk (11 January - 24 April 2021):
Monday to Saturday : 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday & Public Holidays : Closed
(closed for lunch from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm)
As we bid farewell to the tumultuous year 2020, we stand strong together facing the future. Lighthouse Heritage Research Connections project team of the Library has been working conjointly with faculty to cultivate and empower our students with the strength to keep pace with the ever-changing world. Our teaching and learning support on historical lighthouse rediscovery have enhanced the tenacity of our students, equipping them with confidence and vigor needed to face the most economically, socially, and culturally challenging times.
This documentary, the collaborative work of our student researchers from various disciplines, should also inspire all viewers to forge ahead on the path advocating for ourselves and our communities for a brighter future.
We would like to record here our heartfelt thanks to the Department of Media and Communications and Department of Linguistics and Translation of CityU, the Marine Department of the Hong Kong Government, the Hong Kong Maritime Museum, and the Association of China Trend Studies (HK), for their unfailing support throughout the production of the documentary. Special thanks also go to CUHK University Librarian Ms. Louise Jones, whose voice-over gave the documentary a firm and elegant finishing touch.
Click here or visit the website below to enjoy the marvelous work!
Please check Counter Service Hours for the latest opening hours and counter service hours of the Library.
All borrowers are also reminded to check the due dates of outstanding loans via "My Library Account".
Please note the following:
Some Library Services are affected
Thank you in anticipation of your understanding and cooperation.
The Library is pleased to announce the upcoming online workshop: Inclusive Writing Workshop for Students 2020. All City students and staff are welcome to attend.
Inclusive Writing Workshop for Students 2020:
Understanding the Reading Habit of Visually Impaired and Audio Description Script Writing
Collaborated with The Hong Kong Society for the Blind, this workshop aims at cultivating interest in creating audio description and audio book production to contribute to a diverse and inclusive learning community.
Date: 16 December 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 12:00 - 13:15
時間: 12:00 - 13:15
Medium of Instruction: Cantonese
Speaker: Stella LEUNG, Information Accessibility Centre, The Hong Kong Society for the Blind
講者: 梁嘉賢女士 香港盲人輔導會 訊息無障礙中心 項目統籌(活動及公眾教育)
Moderator: Ivan YEUNG, Dept. of Linguistics and Translation, City University of Hong Kong
主持人: 楊宏通老師 香港城市大學翻譯及與語言學系
Students: Please register through CRESDA: AIMS > Student Services > Central Repository on Student Development Activities CRESDA
Staff: Please click Here to register
Remark: A Zoom link will be emailed to registrants at least 1 day in advance
About the Speaker (講者簡介)
Ms. Stella Leung was a former programme host in Commercial Radio Hong Kong. She joined The Hong Kong Society for the Blind as a volunteer Audio Describer in 2011. She drafted numerous AD scripts and gave live Audio Description for several movies, as well as participated in the recording of AD soundtracks of DVDs. Ms. Leung had also provided Audio Description, compiled AD scripts and dubbed for the RTHK and ViuTV programmes. She is currently the Project Coordinator (Activities and Public Education) of The Hong Kong Society for the Blind and Instructor of AD Workshops in local secondary and primary schools.
Workshop Content (工作坊內容)
(1) "Read" and "Write" with visual impairment 認識視障人士的閱讀與寫作
(2) What is Audio Description (AD) 什麼是口述影像?
(3) How to create a script for AD 如何撰寫口述影像講稿
(4) Preparation before and during a recording? 錄音前準備及錄音時注意事項
3442-6582 (Ms. Sandy Lee, CityU Library / firstname.lastname@example.org)