Best Practice Sharing Seminars

Best Practice Sharing Seminars

KEO organizes regular seminars for colleagues interested in KE to share experience and best practices with a view to taking KE forward more effectively. The speakers’ presentations are available on the KE website to facilitate follow-up discussions between the speakers and interested participants and to allow others who could not attend a particular seminar to learn about the project. Past Seminars are as follows:

February 2010 
Knowledge Exchange - nothing new or something new?
By Professor J H Bacon-Shone, Knowledge Exchange Office, HKU
March 2010
The HKU Scholars Hub - Making Your Research and Expertise Highly Visible
By Mr David Palmer, University Libraries, HKU
April 2010
Fish and Bear Paw - A Reflection on the Role of Technology Transfer in University
By Professor Paul Y S Cheung, Technology Transfer Office, HKU
May 2010
How can academics get their research covered by the media? Explain it to your Mom!
By Ms Katherine Ma, Communications and Public Affairs Office, HKU
June 2010
Learn to Serve; Serve to Learn – Knowledge Exchange through Reconstruction Projects in Sichuan
By Dr Wilton Fok, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
September 2010
Digital Publishing - The Future of Educational Publishing in Knowledge Exchange
By Mr Michael Duckworth, Hong Kong University Press
November 2010
Clinical Legal Education and Knowledge Exchange
By Mr Simon Young and Mr Edmond Lam, Faculty of Law, HKU
January 2011
Promoting Knowledge Exchange with Creative Commons Licenses
By Professor Ying Chan, Journalism and Media Studies Centre, HKU
February 2011
Community Project Workshop - Faculty of Architecture's initiative in Knowledge Exchange
By Ms Tris Kee, Faculty of Architecture, HKU
March 2011
Mapping the Civil Society in Hong Kong I: The Social Service Sector
By Dr Eliza Lee, Department of Politics and Public Administration, HKU
April 2011
New ITSP Application Forms and Assessment Framework
By Mr Davey P H Chung, Innovation and Technology Commission
May 2011
New technologies for Knowledge Exchange - From Web to Mobile Apps +…
By Dr Wilton Fok, Faculty of Engineering, HKU
June 2011
Mindmap - An e-Platform Engaging the Community to Suicide Prevention
By Professor Paul Yip, Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention, HKU

In October 2011, Professor Ying Chan of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre will talk about digital initiative for learning and knowledge exchange.

Then in November, Professor John Bacon-Shone of KEO and Mr David Palmer of the University Libraries will talk about an open access initiative. Details will be announced.