(Issue 166/May 2021) Students from the course AD1101 offered by the Department of Art and Design are excited to showcase their coursework masterpieces in this end-of-term student work Exhibition. Under the guidance of Mr Chan Kei Him, students have used different media and tools to create a wide diversity of art makings, such as drawings, […]
(Issue 166/May 2021) ‘Feng Menglong and Ming Short Stories: A Comparative Approach’ is a seminar of the Contemporary Greater China Series organized by the Center for Greater China Studies and the Department of English in the Library. Prof Jeremy Tambling, speaker of the Seminar, is a recognized writer and critic who has engaged in literary […]
(Issue 166/May 2021) Wanna get high quality but free resources for teaching and learning? Great news for faculty members – the Open Educational Resources Guide developed by the Library is now available. The Guide is a one-stop portal for finding a wide variety of quality OER – free, adaptable, and customizable educational materials. A workshop […]
(Issue 166/May 2021) Our five pioneer Library Student Ambassadors have their words after completing a fruitful and meaningful programme in the Library. Take a closer look at their reflections and you will be amazed by their eye-opening experience. As advocates for Library initiatives, the team is committed to promote Library services to fellow students. Interested […]
(Issue 166/May 2021) Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies provides multifaceted scenarios of systematic investigation of business and management strategies in rapidly developing economies. Topics cover youth entrepreneurship, marketing strategies, innovation and crisis management. It is available for free access until 19 May 2021.
(Issue 165/April 2021) The Library provides you with an energy refueling station! Free apples are available at the G/F of Library entrance during the exam period. Stay healthy and keep marching on. Grab an apple to get an ‘A’. Add oil, everyone!
(Issue 165/April 2021) Connect and build local communities in Asia without boundaries – is the theme of an exciting project of student groups of the BSS (Hons) of Asian Studies programme. Amid the Covid-19 epidemic, two groups of Asian Studies students found ways to get exposed to diverse communities and cultures of Asia. One of […]
(Issue 165/April 2021) Grade ‘A’ assignment counts on in-depth analysis with massive evidence to support your arguments. How to search smart to get your required information from the sea of knowledge? Our Librarians are standing-by to guide you to develop searching strategies with useful research tools. Just text us through the Live-chat-a-Librarian service, call us […]
(Issue 165/April 2021) Westlaw Asia is a legal research platform that contains cases, legislation, commentary, journals and current awareness. It provides a unique portal to search across multiple countries within a single search. A workshop will be delivered to demonstrate how Westlaw can provide services that will help you find answers to your legal research […]
(Issue 165/April 2021) Need to access reliable data and create infographics to make your presentation visually attractive for your project work? Have a go on this one-stop-shop portal which you can rely on. Statista is a newly subscribed database that provides users with comprehensive statistical data from different trustworthy sources. Find out more here to […]