A free and voluntary-based operation built using Notion to share useful tips and tricks with people who are interested in e-learning tools and hacks.
An open access photographic archive for anyone interested in Hong Kong and its history
Ebook for teachers and professional voice users who want to use their speaking voice more efficiently.
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.
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.
A comprehensive introduction to the history of modern and contemporary art by Professor David Clarke of the Department of Art History
Contains visual archive of images of works by HK artists, guides to literature on HK art, etc.
A gateway for the discovery of digitized materials from HKUL.
ROLE serves as a resource for a variety of stakeholders in Hong Kong –from members of the HKU community, to teachers in Hong Kong secondary schools, to the general public
Senior CLIC is a community legal information website specially designed with a view to providing Hong Kong elderly people with basic information about the law, crimes, and legal issues which elderly people are interested in, need to know about, and may affect them.
The CERC Shadow Education Special Interest Group has moved the shadow education bibliography to database format to better accomodate our more than 400 entries.
Sample Lesson Plans, Videos, Photos & Reflections
Resources for online learning
Research projects carried out in the Unit of Human Communication, Development and Information Sciences explore the basic origins and implications of communication and swallowing disorders.
Projects related to develop and support e-education leadership
Resources for three psycholinguistic areas
Family CLIC is a community legal information website specially designed with a view to providing Hong Kong families with basic information about the law, crimes, and legal issues which family members are interested in, need to know about, and may affect them.
The Faculty of Law of University of Hong Kong runs a Free Legal Advice Scheme on campus under the Duty Lawyer Service.
With a view to promoting and supporting the rule of law in Hong Kong, HKLII is a free, independent, non-profit Internet facility providing the public with legal information relating to Hong Kong. HKLII supports and participates in the free access to law movement.
The Human Rights Hub is a centre for Human Rights learning, research and knowledge exchange within Hong Kong, the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.
The KOTE project aims to improve the communication and swallowing safety in the frail elderly by providing direct therapy and workshops in the community.
Additional resources from Laboratory for Communication Science
CLIC is a bilingual community legal information web-site. It is a quick internet guide for the general public to find relevant legal information in Hong Kong.
Teaching and learning resources provided by the Centre for Advancement of Chinese Language Education and Research.
Basic Law Drafting History Online (BLDHO) is an online resource providing information and materials from the drafting history of Hong Kong's constitution, The Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China.
iClass is a set of real-time interactive e-learning platform on cloud. It focuses on enhancing the interactivity of teaching and learning in the classroom.
It is a unit in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the University of Hong Kong specializes in the development of the latest technology for e-learning, mobile learning and other ICT tools for teaching and assessment.
Continue to be physically active by doing home-based workouts when gyms are closed