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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.
A delegation from the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia learned about the Paperless Office Project implemented at CityU during a visit on 3 December.
New learning spaces at CityU in support of the Discovery-enriched Curriculum will give students the chance to create, test and communicate ideas.
An innovative Paperless Office Project launched by CityU has helped the University save millions of pages of paper each year and win two highly respected IT awards.
CityU was conferred two Gold Awards at the first Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme Awards Presentation Ceremony on 15 April in recognition of its effort to undertake social responsibilities to make websites more friendly for all users.
CityU’s CIO has received the Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders award for initiating innovative development in information technology at the University.
CityU was named a 2012 Computerworld Honors Laureate, while Dr Andy Chun Hon-wai,CityU’s Chief Information Officer, won the 2012 Hong Kong CIO Award.
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.