Tailor-made Workshops

Faculty members are welcome to request a tailor-made workshop to equip their students with information skills for the best learning outcomes. The workshop may cover the following:
  • formulating information search strategies
  • making effective use of subject-related databases
  • exploring credible resources for specific project needs
  • using citation management tools

Please request at least 2 weeks in advance. We will contact you for further discussion as soon as possible.


Previous workshops

School / Unit Description

School of Business

  • For BUS4008 Global Marketing
  • For ECO3004 Economic Research and Communication
  • For the HKCGI Corporate Governance Paper Competition 2022
School of Communication
  • Exploring and Making Use of News Resources in the Library Collection
School of Decision Sciences
  • For Executive Master of Science in Insurance
School of Humanities and Social Science
  • For Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Art and Design (BA-AD)
  • For CCI1001 Introduction to Management of Cultural and Creative Industries
  • For CCI2002 Cultural Policy & Research Methodology
  • For CCI4900 Capstone Project in Cultural and Creative Industries
  • For ENG4421 Senior Project (Literature) & ENG4422 Senior Project (Linguistics)
  • For GEN1000 Perspectives on General Education
  • For MA TS6007 Drama and Performance Research Methods
  • For Taught Postgraduates
Centre for Teaching and Learning
  • For HSUHK Social Innovation Competition 2021
Honours Academy
  • For HA4001 Senior Research Project
Wu Jieh Yee Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (WUCIE)
  • Making a Creative Short Video
  • Using Library Resources for Writing Business Plans


Last update: 29 March 2023

Services affected during the M365 switchover

ITSC of the University is having a M365 migration during 2 - 4 Jun 2023, some of the library services will be affected.


The Library’s online forms, notification emails and email communication service will be suspended during the migration. If you need any assistance during that period, you are welcome to contact us via phone (3963 5310), LiveChat, or in person during the Library’s opening hours. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused.

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