Systematic guidelines that cover 17 examples of authoring tools and digital materials such as PowerPoint and PDF; selection of e-learning tools from the accessibility perspective, and tips on delivering accessible livestreaming session. Website version: https://vlaccessibilitytoolkit.hku.hk/
Features 14 topics on basic concepts, practical tips, and resources for the accessibility of virtual teaching and learning, e.g., enhancing the accessibility of real-time screen sharing and screenshot sharing; and looking for potential solutions to remedy inaccessible virtual teaching and learning.
Learning and Assessment for Digital Citizenship is an interdisciplinary research project to study the impact of digital media on the everyday life of children and youth, and on their development as citizens in an increasingly technology-intensive and globally-connected world.
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.
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.
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 HKU Lecture Capture Service (LCS) is powered by Panopto lecture capture system, being integrated with the Moodle LMS, the service supports our teachers and students to do video recording, playing back through Moodle courses, video management, editing, sharing, and inside-video searching.
Learning Environment Services (LES) provides faculty, staff and student organizations with audio visual equipment and technical assistance for meetings, conferences and events in lecture theatres and performance venues of HKU. LES also offers consulting services to faculties and departments wishing to add new audiovisual or modify existing technology solutions.
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.
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.
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.