Dr. Teresa TO
As the University Librarian, my key role is to provide strategic leadership in the management of resources and the development of services to enhance teaching, learning and research support to the university community.
Ms. Flora LEE
As the Executive Officer of the University Librarian Office, I provide executive support to the University Librarian and facilitate collaboration with internal sections as well as other university departments. I also assist in administering library-wide projects and events.
Ms. Jessie Chu
As the Head of Access Services, my roles are to oversee the operations of the section and to foster excellent user experience by supporting users' access to the Library's collection, services and facilities. I strive to provide quality services and a conducive study and research environment to all library users.
Mr. Lewis LI
As the Head of Instruction and Reference Services, I play a key role in overseeing the implementation of user education and reference services. I enjoy helping students and staff with their teaching and learning needs and working with faculty members to tailor-make outcome-based library workshops for their courses.
Ms. Celia CHOW
I'm here to provide instruction and reference services to meet the needs of CityU Library users. Please feel free to contact me if you need the Library support for teaching and learning.
Ms. Lai Chu LAU
I am here to support the teaching and learning needs of the CityU community. Together with my colleagues, I work closely with faculty members to improve related library collections, library services and user education.
Ms. Joanna PONG
As the Head of Collection Development and Management, I am responsible for the planning and development of the Library collections to fit the needs of academic departments and programmes. I oversee the acquisition of library materials, the bibliographic data services and the electronic resources management of the Library.
Mr. Edward SO
I am responsible for the acquisitions and management of the Library electronic resources and work closely with colleagues in Collection Development and Management to enhance the library collection for teaching, learning and research.
Ms. Celine CHEUNG
I am responsible for the management of the bibliographic data services of library collections, including physical materials and online resources, to provide support for retrieving library materials for users' teaching, learning, and research needs.
Mr. Ricky LO
I am responsible for managing acquisitions processes of library materials and collaborating with faculty members on book approval plan profiles or other acquisitions models to enrich the library collection.
Ms. Alice TAI
As the Head of Research Support and Scholarly Communication, I am responsible for the planning, development and provision of a suite of services to support individual faculty members and the University administrators on their different research needs. Our service scope and projects include CityU Scholars portal development and content management, author identity management, research impact measurement, open access and so on.
Mr. Alexander WONG
I am responsible for developing, implementing, and provisioning digital initiatives to match the CityU Community's trending research and scholarly communication needs. In addition to CityU Scholars, I am also working on different domains of Research Data Management services.
Ms. Eliot LIU
I support research services that encourage the collection, use and dissemination of scholarly output preserved in CityU Scholars through engaging in research impact measurement, open access advocacy, and author identity management. We hope to provide resources and tools for our scholars to present their researcher profiles in the best possible light.
Ms. Cindy KOT
I am here to deliver and enhance the professional library services in support of research, including CityU Scholars content management, author identity management, research impact measurement, open access advocacy, etc.
Miss Angela YU
As a member of Research Support and Scholarly Communication, I provide support to daily operation of CityU Scholars through coordinating research output content validation and management. I also assist in author identity management by monitoring researchers' Scopus author profiles and conducting profile refinement services on a regular basis.
Ms. Florence LEE
As an Executive Officer in Research Support and Scholarly Communication, I coordinate the research content management services such as record harvesting & distribution to CityU Scholars. I also provide support to Research Impact Measurement (RIM) reports, verification of various Author IDs and any other related administrative issues.
Ms. Melody CHUNG
In the Research Support and Scholarly Communication team, I play a supportive role in CityU Scholars content management, author identity management, Open Access-related projects, and general office administration. My job areas also include the production of materials to promote publicity of our team’s services.
Mr. Edwin LAW
Leading the Technical Services and Support team, my roles are to ensure delivery of reliable, secure, and fit-for-purpose IT services in catering teaching needs and enhancing students' study journey. Furthermore, we keep seeking opportunities in adoption of state-of-the-art IT facilities to align with the university's latest development.
Mr. Vincent LO
As the IT officer of Technical Services and Support section, I am responsible for developing and maintaining the library systems and IT equipment. You may also contact me if you have any enquiries about library application and facilities in CREATE!.
Mr. Wilson TSUI
As the senior technician of Technical Services and Support section, I am responsible for the technical support of Audio Visual facilities and the Library servers operations. I am also the Library Safety officer.
Dr. Steve CHING
Mindful of the importance of cultural heritage, I endeavor to collaborate with faculty from diverse fields and backgrounds to design and develop programs/projects that would engage students in cross-disciplinary, multicultural learning that requires combining research of archival materials and off-campus, on-site investigations.