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Exactly one year ago, an innovative online learning platform was rolled out at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) in record time in response to the Covid-19 epidemic.
New learning spaces at CityU in support of the Discovery-enriched Curriculum will give students the chance to create, test and communicate ideas.
CityU, in support of its Discovery-enriched Curriculum and the growing importance of mobile technology, has allocated HK$9 million to implement its e-learning strategy.
CityU has redesigned its entire public website to be mobile-friendly and implemented a mobile-learning scheme that allows interactive learning anytime, anywhere.
CityU is introducing the Long Term Loan Scheme (LLS), allowing all eligible students to borrow a notebook computer for a maximum period of two-and-a-half years.
CityU, together with Feng Chia University and National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan, spearheaded the launch of the “Super eBook Consortium” on 14 December 2005.
Dr Jerry Yu, CIO, introduced CityU's strategic e-Learning project at an open forum on 5 May, with a straightforward account of the project's objective and its significance to the University community.
City University's third annual WebCourse Fair 2003 kicked off on 14 January with a virtual exhibition showcasing the use of the Internet for teaching and learning. Around 30 teaching staff members shared online how they make use of audio-visual learning packages, online quizzes, self-assessment tools and 3D animations to stimulate students' interest.