Ms. Lisa KWAN
As the University Librarian, I am responsible for the strategic development of the Library and the overall management of the Library resources, services and physical space. The Library endeavors to support learning, teaching and research of the University community. Your support and feedback are important for us to further enhance the Library collections and services to meet your needs.
Ms. Carina Leung
I assist in major and minor building projects, building maintenance matters as well as service promotion of the Library. We strive to create a better environment for learning, teaching and research. I look forward to seeing you in the Library.
Ms. Sheena SHUM
The Library Administration Office is to provide support on human resources, staff development, financial and central administrative matters. Please feel free to contact me or my colleagues for assistance you may require.
Dr. Teresa To
As the Head of the Teaching and Learning Support Division, my key role is to provide strategic leadership in the delivery of services to enhance user experience as well as promote use of library materials, information literacy and subject specific services.
Ms. Peggy FUNG
As the Head of Access Services, I am responsible for formulating and reviewing policies, regulations and procedures related to access services; and also for overseeing library operations including counter services, course reserve services, stack management, patron registration, inter-library loans and HKALL services.
Ms. Milly LAU
I support library services provided by Access Services. I am also responsible for managing the special collection and the CityU Artwork Collection. Please feel free to drop by or send me an email for any assistance that I may offer.
Ms. Joanna PONG
I am responsible for coordinating the library instruction programme and reference services that are offered in both face-to-face and online environments. Feel free to join our library workshops, visit our research guides, or send us e-mail or Whatsapp messages to know more about finding and using information resources for your learning and research.
Ms. Xin LI
I joined CityU Library in 2013 and my main responsible areas include instruction, reference, and subject services. Being a subject librarian for COM, EN, LT, and ELC, I strive to provide quality service to support the teaching, learning, and research of these departments. In addition, I represent the Library on the GEPC as a member in attendance.
Ms. Bernice CHAN
I'm the Subject Librarian for the College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences, College of Business and School of Law. I work with faculty, researchers, staff, students and other Library users to meet their information needs. Please feel free to contact me for assistance in using the Library resources.
Ms. Anna RYAN
I am the Subject Librarian for the College of Business, and for the College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences. I can help with any inquiries about finding subject information in the Library's resources or on the web, collection development and assistance with research queries. As well, I can provide subject specific classes to help students and staff find the information they need.
Ms. Lai Chu LAU
As the head of the Law Collection and Services Section as well as the Subject Librarian of College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and School of Law, I am here to support your teaching needs and the learning needs of your students. Together with my colleagues, I work closely with faculty members to improve related library collections, library services and user education.
Ms. Maria LEUNG
I am currently the head of the Collection Development and Management Division, responsible for the development of Library collections and overseeing the Acquisitions and Cataloguing Sections as well as Electronic Resources and Statistics Management.
Ms. Kit LI
As the Head of the Acquisitions Section, I am responsible for acquisitions of library materials including both purchased and gift & exchange items. I work closely with Subject Librarians and Collection Development & Management colleagues to enhance the library collection for teaching, learning and research.
Ms. Celine CHEUNG
I am responsible for leading and managing the Cataloguing Section to catalogue and classify library materials, including physical and online resources, to support users to search and access the library collections for their teaching, learning, and research activities.
Ms. Shun Wa LEE
I am responsible for the management of the Library e-resources and work with my colleague in the Team to manage the Library statistics. I also assist in the development of the Library collection.
Ms. Alice TAI
As the Head of the Research Support and Scholarly Communication Division, 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. The Division works closely with systems colleagues and subject librarians. Our service scope and projects include CityU Scholars portal development and content management, author identity management, research impact measurement, open access and so on.
Ms. Nicole NG
I take care of research support and scholarly communication services, including author identity management, research impact measurement, open access, and research output content management (CityU Scholars). I and my colleagues strive to help increase research visibility and impact of our faculty and researchers through our outreach program, benchmarking reports, consultation sessions and training workshops.
Mr. Carter CHEUNG
I am responsible for providing support to the CityU Scholars Project by helping faculty members establish their researcher profiles, validate and enhance their research output metadata to ensure accuracy for showcasing and reporting purposes. I also assist in the provision of various research support and scholarly communication services related to open access, citation analysis and author identity management.
Mr. Edward SO
As Systems Librarian, I am responsible for the planning, development and managing the Library Information Systems and applications such as Shared Integrated Library System, CityU LibraryFind, ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan System), Electronic resource access control system and other applications. I also develop and manage the Digital CityU Collections as well as support the development of CityU Scholars.
Mr. Howard LAM
I am responsible for program development, configuration and vendor liaison for systems including Shared Integrated Library System, CityU LibraryFind, CityU Scholars and Interlibrary Loan System (ILLiad). I also support the bibliometrics reporting.
Mr. Henry IP
I am responsible for the application programming support and configuration for various systems such as CityU Scholars, ORCID integration and Digital CityU Collection. I also support the electronic resources access control and provide technical support to library users.
Mr. Miles WONG
I am responsible for technical and programming support to the Research Management System, CityU Scholars and its Portal. I also support on the harvesting of research outputs to CityU Scholars.
Mr. Michael CHENG
As the Head of the Technical Services & Support Section, I am responsible for IT support and facilities in the Library including all computing hardware and software as well as web management.
Mr. Ken HO
As the IT officer of Technical Services and Support section, I am responsible for developing and maintaining the library systems and IT equipment. Please feel free to contact me if you have any enquiries about library VR project or 3D scanning.
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.