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ITS Orientations for New Staff

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ITS Orientations for New Staff

Dear colleagues,

To provide new University staff with useful information about the wide range of services offered by Information Technology Services (ITS), a series of orientation activities will be conducted between late August and mid-September. All new University members are welcome to join.

1. Use of AV/IT Equipment in Central Classrooms

To familiarize themselves with the classroom facility, new teachers and class instructors are encouraged to join one of the training sessions on the use of AV/IT equipment in central classrooms. Through this session, they will be able to learn how to use the control panel, visualizer and other AV/IT equipment in the centrally timetabled classrooms.

For the class schedule and registration, please visit

2. Orientation Seminars

The seminar on “Introduction to Information Technology Services (ITS)” gives an introduction of the comprehensive range of central IT and network services offered by ITS.

On top of the introductory session, the following parallel sessions will be arranged on the same dates. They are-

  • About the University’s Research Support Computing Environment and the HPC/HTC Facilities
  • Introduction to IP Telephony and Video Conferencing Services
  • Chi Wah Learning Commons guided tour

Another series of training on “Introduction to Moodle Learning Management System and Panopto Lecture Capture System” specifically for new colleagues will also be conducted.

For the schedule of the orientation seminars and registration, please visit

3. Exhibition Booth

An exhibition booth will be arranged in the first two weeks of the first semester (September 1 – 11, 2015) with display boards showing the core IT Services, in particular the support for teaching and learning and research with University.

Date: September 1, 2015 (12:00 noon) to September 11, 2015 (5:00 pm)
Venue: G/F, Chi Wah Learning Commons, Central Podium Level, Centennial Campus

Veronica Yick
User Services
Information Technology Services

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