News & Events

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  • 22/02/2021 to 28/02/2021

    Group Study Rooms will be re-opened from 22 Feb 2021. Following the group gathering restriction by the Government, there should be no more than 4 users occupying each Group Study Room. We appreciate your understanding on this precaution.

    For enquiries, please contact us at library@cuhk.edu.hk .

  • 28/01/2021 to 17/02/2021

    University Library

    11 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 12-15 February 2021 Closed 16-17 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    Learning Garden

    11 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 12-15 February 2021 Closed 16-17 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    Chung Chi Library

    11 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 12-15 February 2021 Closed 16-17 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    New Asia Library

    11 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 12-15 February 2021 Closed 16-17 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    United College Library

    11 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 12-15 February 2021 Closed 16-17 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. UCL L/G Floor 11 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 12-15 February 2021 Closed 16-17 February 2021 9:00 a.m. – 7...
  • 23/11/2020 to 31/12/2020

    In view of the pandemic, except for Course Reserve, items on short loan or recalled, HKALL and ILL, all fines incurred from 29 January to 31 December 2020 will be waived.

    For enquiries, please contact us at library@cuhk.edu.hk .

  • 07/03/2021

    LibrarySearch will be under system maintenance from 00:00 Mar 7 (Sun) to 05:00 Mar 7 (Sun). During this period LibrarySearch, "My Library Record", online payment, renewal and requests may be unavailable. The ReadingList may also be unavailable.

    The LibrarySearch service will be resumed immediately after the maintenance. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused. Thank you.

  • 01/03/2021 to 10/03/2021

    Due to water leakage from the air conditioning condensate pipe, the second floor of the University Library (Tin Ka Ping Building area) is temporarily out of air conditioning. Users may consider making use of other area on the same floor. We apologize for the inconvenience caused before the leakage can be fixed.

    For enquiries, please email to library@cuhk.edu.hk .

  • 18/02/2021 to 28/02/2021

    Legal Resources Centre (LRC) resumes normal services starting from 18 February 2021. Please check the Library’s  opening hours before visiting the LRC.

    Precautionary health measure: Users are required to wear a mask when in the LRC, provision of hand sanitizers, social distancing and seating arrangements are in place.

  • 16/02/2021 to 12/03/2021

    Artist: Lee Kwun Leung, Vincent
    Date: 16 - 26 February 2021 (Extended to 12 March 2021)
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Statement:

    Throughout these years of professional art practices, I use to psychologically struggle between Realism and Narrative Expression. It is inevitable that if I learn from the experience of Salvador Dali, I definitely do not rely on any visual references because I can simply create works in Surrealism. But in recent years, even though I observe the secular substances to paint, I am seemingly disordered by the illusions to portray the episodes in an impressionistic manner. So, is it an ironic phenomenon that I am also affected by Sigmund Freud’s “daydreaming” theory even dealing with Realism? That’s why...

  • 16/02/2021 to 22/02/2021

    The Architecture Library will be temporary closed for mass cleaning from 20 February 2021 (Saturday) at 5pm and re-open on 22 February 2021 (Monday) at 9 am.

    We apologize for any inconvenience caused
    ...

  • 09/02/2021 to 09/04/2021

    The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library is pleased to announce a new publication “ An Annotated Bibliography of the Classical Writings of Hong Kong Poets. Sequel: Poetry Societies " (Call number: Z3107.H6 X5362 2021 ) compiled by Ms. Y.W. Chau. The book in University Library Series No.9 has been published by the Chinese University Press in January 2021.

    About the Book

    During times of political turmoil over the past 150 years, literati from Mainland China took refuge in Hong Kong. They would form various shi- and ci- poetry societies to carry on the Chinese poetic tradition. It is a pity that the poetry of most of these societies has not been published before. In order...

  • 08/02/2021 to 15/04/2021

    2021 Chinese Classic Text OCR Challenge

    Chinese OCR is an important element for digital scholarship and it is the first step for research on Chinese Classics text analysis. The Library now invites related scholars and institutions to join the first “2021 Chinese Classic Text OCR Challenge” . From this online Challenge we hope to compare the excellence of the automatic recognition of Chinese characters in classics. Researchers or the industry can also study and exchange in enhancing the technology on Chinese...

  • 01/02/2021 to 23/05/2021

    We are pleased to offer the following workshops on the theme “From Data Sourcing to Web Publishing” from February to April and a hackathon in May 2021.All CUHK students and staff are welcome to join.

    Workshops Hackathon

    Co-organizers : Center for Entrepreneurship, CUHK Library, Data Science and Policy Studies Programme, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, Department of Management, Department of Social Work, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Minor Programme, School of Journalism and Communication of CUHK

    Workshops

    The workshops are classified in five categories:

    Problem Definition Data Preparation Analysis/Modeling/Validation Presentation/...
  • 29/01/2021 to 03/03/2021

    The Library is pleased to offer the following workshop for staff and postgraduate students to use NVivo to conduct qualitative data analyses. CUHK staff and postgraduate students are all welcome to join.

    NVivo: Strategies to Advance Qualitative Data Analysis

    With the latest version of NVivo, the advanced workshop will use research examples to illustrate features and functionalities to allow researchers to use an inductive or deductive approach to sources of data when analysing qualitative data. Coding allows us to formulate a framework or identify sources of evidence with respect to the approaches used. Categories emerge when individual coding is clustered into levels of sub-themes. To address research questions, researchers can further explore relationships...

  • 25/01/2021 to 05/02/2021

    Artist: Ho Sau Wa, Sharon
    Date: 25 January – 5 February 2021
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Statement:

    “Placid as the peaceful waters of a deep pool, buoyant as an unfastened boat. Find no cause for complacency in life, but cultivate emptiness and drift.” – 《Fu NiaoFu》

    Busy makes people feel important. It feels good to be busy, and there is a connection to feeling accomplished or successful and wanting to share that with others. Everyone wants to be heard and appreciated. However, it might also enhance people deep down to confusing and tiring.

    In a daze – is a comfortable way to help me to decide for myself and release my soul.
    It does not mean that you need to...

  • 11/01/2021 to 22/01/2021

    Artist: Wong Hong Tik and Lee Hong Wah, Khris
    Date: 11 – 22 January 2021
    Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library
    Statement:

    The titles of the double-solo exhibition seem to be a question and answer dialogue. However, the two of them are not actually communicating. One is searching online while one is waiting in place. They are looking for people waiting for him and waiting for people looking for him respectively. Since the situation has not changed, they chose to linger on meaningless conversation. They know what the result of it is, and they just try to convince themselves that it is ambiguity.

    Wong Hong Tik “After You”
    I like making works with drawing, paintings, mixed media. Most of the works are...

  • 11/01/2021 to 15/04/2021

    Researcher workshops (Feb – Apr 2021)

    The researcher workshops cover open access, author identifiers, and qualitative data analysis. All CUHK researchers and postgraduates are welcome to join.

    Understanding Open Access Publishing

    This workshop will cover:
    • What is open access and its implication on research impact
    • Different types of open access and their archiving policies
    • Points to consider when publishing in open access journals
    • Open Access publishing opportunities with the CUHK’s Transformative Agreement

    Date and Time: 26 Feb (Fri) 11:30 a.m. -12:15 p.m.
    Venue: Online
    Medium of Instruction: Cantonese (English might be used if users require.)
    Registration: Click...

  • 06/01/2021 to 06/02/2021

    Zoom Zones in the CUHK Library

    CUHK Library has designated areas inside various libraries for students to conduct or attend Zoom classes in a friendly way. You are encouraged to bring your own computers/devices, headsets and microphones to attend Zoom classes in these areas.

    University Library Library Extension, G/F Learning Garden and MakerSpace, LG/F Chung Chi Library – G/F (Late Reading Room and computer area near Outdoor Reading Area) New Asia College Library -- G/F United College Library -- LG/F

    The opening hours of the Zoom Zones are same as the library's opening hours.

    ...

  • 05/01/2021 to 16/04/2021

    The Library will have the following onlineworkshop workshops on introducing digital scholarship and related tools to arouse the interest in applying new digital tools on research. Welcome CUHK academics, researchers and postgraduate students to join.

    A Quick Glance of Online Text Analysing Tools

    This online workshop will introduce the concept of text analysis and a few examples of text analysis tools. An online text analysing tool – Voyant Tools ( http://www.voyant-tools.org ) will be demonstrated to give handy results of textual materials, no matter they are in text file or...

  • 04/01/2021 to 14/05/2021

    CUHK Golden Jubilee Celestial Civilian Scholarship on Hong Kong Literature 2020/21

    CUHK Golden Jubilee Celestial Civilian Scholarship on Hong Kong Literature 2020/21 is now inviting applications from full-time CUHK students taking undergraduate or research postgraduate programmes. There will be two scholarships of HK$10,000 each. Applicants must submit a research paper / thesis / dissertation, written in either English or Chinese, on Hong Kong literature and related fields, and submit a statement of 500-800 words, written in either English or Chinese, on how they made use of the Hong Kong Literature Collection for their research paper / thesis / dissertation.

    The deadline for application is 14 May 2021. Selection results will be announced by end of July 2021. Detailed...

  • 30/12/2020 to 16/07/2021

    The emergency temporary notebook loan scheme (2020-21 Term 2) provides support to students who have difficulty accessing suitable device required for online learning. All notebooks loaned via this scheme must be returned to the Library on or before Jul 16, 2021 and cannot be extended.

    To be eligible for this scheme, applicants must be full-time undergraduate or postgraduate students of CUHK currently residing in Hong Kong, and do not have access to a suitable device, for example, a tablet, desktop or notebook computer at home for online learning.

    Applicants should complete and submit the online application. More details and important notes about this scheme are available in the online...

  • 29/12/2020 to 27/01/2021

    Open Access Publishing Pilot for CUHK Researchers

    You can publish your articles in the Cambridge University Press and Karger Open Access (OA) journals for free.

    The CUHK Library has signed a transformative agreement pilot with the Cambridge University Press and Karger publishers to provide OA publishing opportunities for CUHK researchers. During the 3-year pilot (2021-2023), the library subscription fee paid to the publishers is partially used to cover the Article Processing Charge (APC) for publishing articles in OA journals and hybrid journals with an OA option. All eligible CUHK researchers can publish their OA articles with the Cambridge University Press or Karger with the APC fully waived . For detailed information on eligibility, journal options, and manuscript...

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