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The Education Development Office held a gathering for student tutors from the Language Clinic and the Peer-Assisted Learning Scheme to help them learn about their roles and responsibilities as tutors and to determine their learning outcomes.
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Supplemental Instruction leaders were praised for their contribution to enhancing newcomers' learning outcomes at a certificate presentation ceremony organised by the Office of the Dean of Student Learning and Education Development Office on 9 July.
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The Education Development Office and English Language Centre have co-organised the second e-Portfolio Competition to promote the use of creative and practical online learning portfolios. Four winners were selected from 15 finalists.
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CityU Library organised the third Outstanding Academic Papers by Students award ceremony to give recognition to students who excel in academic writing.
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Twelve students have been selected as guest hosts on the Metro Showbiz channel's Staircase to Success this semester through a student DJ internship programme.
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The latest in a series of major initiatives taken by CityU to help students master English was reported and discussed at a university seminar organised by the Offices of the Dean of Student Learning and Chief Information Officer on 10 October 2007.
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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.
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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.
CityU moves into the third stage of the OBTL project with a talk on designing teaching and learning activities and assessment tasks to align with course intended learning outcomes.
Appointed Dean of Student Learning in April this year, Professor Lilian Vrijmoed has begun to set out the strategic direction and plans related to grooming students to become reflective learners and competitive professionals.

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