News

dual monitors
Considering the current pandemic, the University has adopted a hybrid approach to teaching. This new way of teaching involves some students coming to the classrooms in person and some students joining the class online via Zoom. To ensure a smooth teaching experience, a second monitor could become...
questionpro2
Online survey tools have been widely used in recent years. Many academics and students in the university are using survey tools to create questionnaires for research and education purposes. Recently, more administrative offices use survey tools for administrative activities, such as creation of...
proctoring
In February 2020, teachers and students had to adopt the change of conducting and attending classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the leadership of the Office of the Provost, the Office of Chief Information Officer, the Computing Services Centre, the Enterprise Solution Office, Office of...
wifi
City University of Hong Kong has full Wi-Fi coverage in the entire campus, powered by over 2,800 Access Points (APs). These APs are all Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac Wave2) compatible. Subsequent to a recent Internet bandwidth upgrade, the individual bandwidth control is unleashed. In other words, users using...
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Due to the recent COVID-19 breakout, many foreign students have been forced to return home to continue their study via online learning. With the huge demand for remote access to the CityU campus network, the Computing Services Centre (CSC) has been working hard to enhance the capacity of the Virtual...
Innovative CityU-Learning system tackles coronavirus challenge
City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has taken the lead in introducing the CityU-Learning system (video clip: Anti-epidemic and CityU-Learning 我們一起防疫一起學習) in view of the serious challenges posed by the coronavirus epidemic. Resources were pulled together rapidly to roll out this online learning...
dual monitors
Considering the current pandemic, the University has adopted a hybrid approach to teaching. This new way of teaching involves some students coming to the classrooms in person and some students joining the class online via Zoom. To ensure a smooth teaching experience, a second monitor could become...

Events

For Staff & Students
05
Friday
Mar 2021
11:00 am
12:00 pm

(Reminder) Learn How to Avoid Being “Phished” Online – A Zoom Course Training on Safe Online Communication

Dear colleagues and students, To enhance University members’ awareness of email security and phishing attacks, the OCIO’s Information Security Unit will hold a training session for all staff and students through Zoom. In the session, knowledge on how to recognize and protect against common email phishing attacks will be covered, with typical sample cases and tactics of the malicious emails. All