Library provides face-to-face workshops, webinars and online courses to help build up essential skills to support study and research. Topics cover information searching and evaluation, citing references and more.
|The Library arranges interactive workshops throughout the year for students and staff to sharpen their information and research skills. Check out our available workshop titles and register now!|
|Library Workshops Handouts and Recordings|
|The Library organizes interactive trainings for students and staff to learn about a variety of topics each semester. Visit the Handouts and Recordings page now to view the recordings and download slides of workshops or publishing seminars held in previous semesters!|
|Library Online Courses|
Library online courses aim to equip students and staff with essential skills on information searching and citation management. You can learn at your own pace with flexible access. Enroll now!
Subject Guides are resources developed by Faculty Librarians to provide focused support for specific academic discipline or research topics. Whether you are exploring a new discipline or conducting in-depth research, the subject guide is a valuable starting point to enhance your research capabilities and ensure access to the most relevant and reliable information in your field.
The Research Guides provides categorized lists of resources to assist you in your studies. Below are selected guides on finding various types of resources.
Some other useful guides you may also be interested in:
OneSearch Discovery Platform
|ELC Course Guides|
|Resources for Developing Data Skills
Explore library and online resources available to ignite your data skills.
|Online Tools for Assignment
Introduce useful online tools that may help to prepare your assignment.
|Online Resources for Self-Directed English Language Learning
Introduce various resources for learning English.
|Citation & Avoiding Plagiarism
A quick guide to reach library resources and tools for academic integrity.
InfoLit for U, a self-paced, non-credit bearing MOOC designed by the libraries of all 8 UGC-funded universities in Hong Kong, is designed for undergraduates, as well as senior secondary students, who want a smooth transition to learn at the university.
Enroll now via the "University Account" using your NetID and NetPassword.