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The Community of Practice – Internationalisation of Teaching and Learning
The website aims to encourage open dialogue about good practices on the internationalisation of teaching and learning across universities in Hong Kong and beyond. It provides news and resources on internationalisation of teaching and learning.
Designing Online Courses
How can we learn from last 2 year’s ‘emergency remote teaching’ and online learning models to re-design our courses? This website provides a range of resources on online course designing. You will be able to find videos and presentations on key topics, TIPs pages, a course planner, and useful links.
Dual Mode Teaching @ HKU
This website curates a range of resources on dual-mode teaching, which were compiled based on various sources. You will be able to find a framework, TIPs and tricks, video resources, and useful links.
Weava Highlighter for Webpages & PDFs
Weava is an HKU student-started productivity tool for students to easily research, organize and process information. Weava is used by more than 650,000 students and educators around the world who use Weava to identify, highlight, annotate and organize information online (both web and PDFs), create citations and more.
Digital Literacy LibGuide
A LibGuide on consolidated resources, event and other information of Digital Information of the University of Hong Kong.
CAMPUS Project T&L e-toolkit
The CAMPUS project teaching & learning e-toolkit is an excellent platform for all Faculty members to design their own ageing-infusion teaching plan in 7 simple steps.
Library Course Materials
Library course materials available in DataHub.
Digital Equipment
List of digital equipment available in Main Library for loan such as intelligent cameras, smart speakers, smartglasses and others.
FAIVA Digital Image Database
A digital archive of art and architecture images with textual information provided for teaching and learning. User group: HKU staff and students.
A history of modern art in 73 lectures
A comprehensive introduction to the history of modern and contemporary art by Professor David Clarke of the Department of Art History