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The Education Development Office has organised the Strategic Teaching Enhancement Programme to help colleagues prepare for the four-year curriculum and familiarise themselves with Outcomes Based Teaching and Learning.
CityU Library organised the third Outstanding Academic Papers by Students award ceremony to give recognition to students who excel in academic writing.
A University Development Forum was held on 30 November to introduce to students and staff the learning outcomes of the GE Programme and the content of six new GE courses.
The new General Education (GE) courses that form part of the new four-year degree structure focus on three divisional areas of study, namely the arts and humanities; different societies, social and business organisations; and science and technology.
Four outstanding teachers have been selected as winners of the Teaching Excellence Awards 2006-07 in recognition of their contributions to raising the quality of teaching at CityU.
CityU has embarked upon the Outcomes Based Teaching and Learning (OBTL) project, a major initiative that complements the University's planning for the four-year undergraduate curriculum and enhances student learning and teaching quality.
Twenty-one CityU social work teachers have contributed to a new book Hold On to Your Faith—30 Letters to Social Work Students, emphasizing the importance of professional ethics and humanitarian values in social work education and practice.
CityU announces the launch of the “A+++ Scholarship” Schemes to reward newly-recruited students with outstanding academic and sports achievements admitted to the University in the 2006-07 academic year.
Selected academic papers by students from CityU have been included in the newly launched Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS) scheme and added to CityU’s Institutional Repository for online access.