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by Crusher Wong

CityU Mobile v2
In 2008, two undergraduate students at Stanford University, Kayvon Beykpour and Aaron Wasserman, created a collection of iPhone apps that provided campus and course information of the university. With the support of Stanford’s Registrar, administrative features like add/drop courses and grade review ...

by Eva Wong

As e-learning evolves into an integral part of our academic learning environment, the Blackboard platform (Bb) is now a mission critical system at CityU, enabling both staff and students to maximize their productivity. The e-learning project is the major focus of CityU's Information Systems ...

by Dr. Eva Wong

Eighteen months into the University’s e-learning project, the first focus of the Information Systems Strategic Plan 2005-2010 (Ref: Network Computing Issue 46 - December 2005), every credit-bearing course is now provided with an e-learning component on the Blackboard (Bb) Academic Suite. This ...

by Dr. J. T. Yu

The Information Services Strategic Plan 2005-2010 (ISSP) was approved by the Committee on Information Services and Technology (CIST), and then was formally endorsed by the Senate in May 2005. A retreat was held on July 20, 2005, to consider the implementation of the Plan. The retreat was attended by ...

by Dr. J.T. Yu

The University Senate, at its meeting on May 24, 2005, endorsed the Information Services Strategic Plan 2005-2010 prepared by the Committee on Information Services and Technology. The focus of the plan is to use information technology to improve communications and access to information to support ...

by Dr. J.T. Yu

Recently, the University's student intranet has been replaced by the CityU e-portal. This marks the beginning of a new era in the use of electronic communications in the University. There is no doubt that the World Wide Web (WWW) has completely transformed the use of computer networks for ...