News 2012

FutureGov - December 2012

Towards a Digitally-Inclusive Mobile Environment

Dr Andy Chun, shares how he and his team transformed the University's public website into one that is digitally inclusive for everyone. [pdf] 

Towards a digitally-inclusive mobile environment

IDG Press Release - 5 December 2012

Computerworld Celebrates IT Leadership & Achievement with 2013 Premier 100 Awards

IDG's Computerworld announces the 2013 Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders honorees, as well as highlights for the Premier 100 IT Leaders Conference. The awards program features leaders, from both the technology and business sides of companies, for their exceptional technology leadership, innovative solutions to business challenges and effective management of IT strategies. [read] 

Computerworld celebrates IT leadership & achievement

Business Quotient Journal - 14 November 2012

移動學習與人工智能 - 21 世紀大學生競爭優勢

「開放網絡對學校的長遠發展幫助 很大,因為當學校的基建轉到雲端 時,如果沒有軟體設計網絡的配合 ,便無法發揮雲端的好處。 未來如 果可以使用軟體來控制網絡,便可 以使用AI,視乎網絡的表現或速度, 甚至流量,動態地增加伺服器及頻 寬資源, 實現網絡的自我優化。」 城大 CIO 陳漢偉博士 [read] 

Business Quotient Journal cover story on Dr. Andy Chun and 21st century higher education

FutureGov - 22 October 2012

FutureGov Awards Celebrate Government ICT Achievements

The sixth annual FutureGov Awards were presented in a ceremony held on 19 October 2012, on the final day of FutureGov Summit in Chiang Mai, Thailand. These technology awards are given each year to government, education or healthcare organisations to recognise and celebrate the most successful modernisation programmes in the region. [image] 

FutureGov awards celebrate government ICT achievements

IT Pro Magazine - 30 August 2012

電子科技激發學生潛能

IT Pro 專訪香港城市大學資訊總監陳漢偉博士 [pdf] 

IT Pro Magazine cover story on Dr. Andy Chun

ComputerWorld - 26 June 2012

CIOs at Cathay and CityU win 2012 HK CIO Awards

Cathay Pacific's Tomasz Smaczny and Andy Chun from City University Hong Kong (CityU), were named last week as the winning CIOs in the Hong Kong CIO Awards 2012. The awards program is organized by Computerworld Hong Kong and CIO peer network CIO Connect and seeks to identify standout leaders of IT who demonstrate outstanding vision and execution in their role as a CIO and technology leader. [read] 

Computerworld cover story on Dr. Andy Chun for winning the HK CIO Award

CityU News - 21 June 2012

Prestigious Awards Recognise IT Achievements at CityU

Information technology at City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has received global recognition for making its online presence more accessible to greater numbers of people. [read] 

Prestigious awards recognise IT achievements at CityU

FutureGov - 9 June 2012

Hong Kong University Shells out HK$9 Million for E-Learning

The University's Discovery-enriched Curriculum (DEC) is a new initiative to move the entire University towards a new era of mobile-learning. It aims to provide "always-on" learning - anytime anywhere. [image] 

Hong Kong university shells out HK$9 million for e-Learning

文匯報 - 25 April 2012

城大「反轉課室」 上網睇片再討論

電子學習逐漸成為學生日 常生活一部分,城市大學 近日引入全港首個「反轉 課室」(Flip Classroom),一「反 」傳統教學模式。 [read] 

article on CityU flip classroom and Andy Chun

CityU News - 24 April 2012

CityU Allocates HK$9m to Support its E-Learning Strategy

CityU, in support of its Discovery-enriched Curriculum and the growing importance of mobile technology, has allocated HK$9 million to implement its e-learning strategy. [read] 

CityU allocates HK$9m to support its e-learning strategy

CityU News - 06 March 2012

Fair Promotes E-learning Expertise

E-learning best practice is the focus of a three-day e-Learning Fair on campus co-organised by the Office of Education Development and Gateway Education and the Office of the Chief Information Officer. [read] 

Fair promotes e-learning expertise

CIO Magazine - March 2012

The 2012 CIO 100 Listing

CityU's "University-wide Mobile Web Project" has been selected as one of the top 100 IT projects in this region by the CIO Asia magazine. The annual CIO 100 index recognises regional enterprises and organisations that have excelled through creative and innovative IT projects in the past 12 months. In addition, CityU's project received a "CIO Award" for being one of the top 5 projects. [pdf] 

The 2012 CIO 100 Listing

CityU News - 27 February 2012

CityU Takes New Initiatives to Embrace Mobile Technology

City University of Hong Kong (CityU), in support of its Discovery-enriched Curriculum and the growing importance of mobile technology, has redesigned its entire public website to be mobile-friendly and implemented a mobile-learning scheme that allows interactive learning anytime, anywhere. [read] 

CityU takes new initiatives to embrace mobile technology