Time spent on the Library workshops today equals time saved later! Attend the following workshops to learn more about Library resources that support your study and research needs.
Searching Skills Series
Program 1: Finding Information in Social Sciences
Introduces library resources on Social Sciences and demonstrates how to identify a research question and search related materials.
Program 2: Finding Business Information
Introduces the library resources on Business and demonstrates how to find articles, company information, financial data, industry profiles, and market research reports.
Program 3: Finding Information in Humanities
Introduces library resources on Humanities and demonstrates how to identify a research question and search related materials.
Program 4: Finding Education Information
Introduces the library resources on Education and demonstrates the searching techniques of various education databases.
Program 5: Finding Information about Hong Kong
Introduces the searching of different types of Hong Kong materials on various subjects in the CUHK Libraries.
IT Skills Series
Program 6: Get Started with Adobe Photoshop
Introduces the basic functions of Photoshop's Tool Bar, File Menu and Color Palettes. Participants can turn a dull photo into a masterpiece by using the functions of scaling, adding text, saturating and more.
8 Mar (Thu) 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. [Click here to register]
Program 7: Get Started with 3D Printing, Scanning and Modeling Techniques Workshop
Introduces the basic techniques of creating 3D models for 3D printing. Participants may have the chance to build their own figurines by using Blender (open source 3D creation software), and the Structure Sensor 3D scanner.
6 Feb (Tue) 2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. [Click here to register]
Speaker: Mr. Chris Leung (Marketing Director, DTSL Group)
Assignment Season Series
Program 8: Internet and Research
Demonstrates how to find quality information on the Internet for your study and research.
Program 9: Literature Review for a Successful Paper
Demonstrates how to make use of the collected materials from a literature review and addresses research questions in writing a paper.
Program 10: Understanding and Avoiding Plagiarism
Introduces the concept of plagiarism with real world examples and explains what should and should not be done when citing references in academic writing.
Program 11: Managing Reference Citations with RefWorks
Demonstrates how to use RefWorks, a web-based bibliography management tool, to produce bibliographies and in-text references in a variety of citation styles (e.g. MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.).
Job Hunting & Further Studies
Program 12: Electronic Resources for Job Hunting and Further Studies
Demonstrates related web resources and databases for users who aspire to enhance their career prospects or are contemplating further studies in Hong Kong and abroad.
Venue: User Education Room 2, G/F, University Library
Medium of Instruction: Cantonese, but will change to English when there is any student who does not know Cantonese.
Enquiries: email to email@example.com
*Two sessions with different time slots may be grouped together if the enrolment rate is low.