News

October 2010

by W K Yu

dual monitors
The central IT systems for the “3+3+4” academic reform consists of 3 main parts – IT infrastructure, e-learning and Student Information System. IT Infrastructure In line with the development work for 2012/13, viz. new building, more classrooms, increase in number of students and faculty members, new ...

by Joe Lee

Microsoft Office 2010
We are glad to inform you that the newly released Microsoft Office 2010 is available now for staff's teaching and learning use. The launch of Office 2010 is as follows: Staff LAN Office 2010 is released for installation through the Staff LAN through the Work Desk menu. This will directly replace the ...

by Andy Chun

forum
Since 2009, the OCIO has been organizing several experience/knowledge sharing sessions that are opened to all IT staff, both central and departmental, as well as any interested students. These sessions provide rare opportunities for IT staff across departments and units to meet and share their ...

by Yeung Man

Smart Classroom
Introduction To equip our students with the fundamental IT skills for their study, research and work after graduation, the Computing Services Centre (CSC) sees the need to boost their IT knowhow through basic and advanced computer training as a complement to their formal curriculum. To fulfill the ...

September 2010

by Joe Lee

New developments and replacements Special height-adjustable tables for wheelchair users To remove the barrier of study, height-adjustable computer tables specially designed for wheelchair users have been installed in the CSC Teaching Studios (except Room P and Room Q). All students can use these ...

by Yeung Man

The website (http://literacy.cityu.edu.hk) of the Student Computer Literacy Programme (SCLP) has been revamped this summer to better serve the needs of students and meet the requirements of today’s web standard. The following web design guidelines have been adopted: Simple and Clear Navigation A ...

June 2010

by Yeung Man

During the last academic year 2009-2010, the Student Computer Literacy Programme (SCLP) (organized by the Computing Services Centre (CSC)) has arranged 36 training classes for 7 different courses. 1350 applications from students were accepted. The course evaluations on students who have attended the ...

March 2010

by Dr. Crusher Wong (OCIO), Betsy wong (OCIO)

The introduction of learning management system (LMS or VLE for virtual learning environment) at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) was led by a small group of colleagues, including myself, in the Department of Physics and Materials Science and the Computing Server Centre (CSC) in 1998 [1]. Seven ...