An audio labeler that helps visually impaired people (VIP) identify different objects. The team won the Student Innovation Grand Award and the Student Innovation (Post-Secondary and Undergraduate) Gold Award at Hong Kong ICT Awards (HKICTA) 2019.

An audio labeler that helps visually impaired people (VIP) identify different objects. The team won the Student Innovation Grand Award and the Student Innovation (Post-Secondary and Undergraduate) Gold Award at Hong Kong ICT Awards (HKICTA) 2019.

An audio labeler that helps visually impaired people (VIP) identify different objects. The team won the Student Innovation Grand Award and the Student Innovation (Post-Secondary and Undergraduate) Gold Award at Hong Kong ICT Awards (HKICTA) 2019.

Student Innovation: Twind Turbine

A vertical-axis wind turbine applying to railway or urban areas for electricity generation. The design consists of two types of turbines so that it can work well under high and low speed wind with better efficiency.

A vertical-axis wind turbine applying to railway or urban areas for electricity generation. The design consists of two types of turbines so that it can work well under high and low speed wind with better efficiency.

A vertical-axis wind turbine applying to railway or urban areas for electricity generation. The design consists of two types of turbines so that it can work well under high and low speed wind with better efficiency.

Student Innovation: Wireless Sensors Network

Advanced Wireless Sensors Network for measuring indoor temperatures, humidity levels and air pollutants in elderly homes

Advanced Wireless Sensors Network for measuring indoor temperatures, humidity levels and air pollutants in elderly homes

Advanced Wireless Sensors Network for measuring indoor temperatures, humidity levels and air pollutants in elderly homes

Student Innovation: Self-transformable wheelchair
A foldable electric wheelchair that lifts the seat and extends it horizontally to enable the wheelchair users to move into a car or onto a bed by themselves.
Student Innovation: HEYCOINS

A kiosk network that collects coins and convert them into digital currency that can be used for various purposes, including e-wallets recharge, gift coupons and charitable donations.

A kiosk network that collects coins and convert them into digital currency that can be used for various purposes, including e-wallets recharge, gift coupons and charitable donations.

A kiosk network that collects coins and convert them into digital currency that can be used for various purposes, including e-wallets recharge, gift coupons and charitable donations.

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ICHECITYU 2020 One Day Conference

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About the Conference

In order to stay competitive and relevant in the rapidly changing and globalized world, it is imperative for higher education to equip students with the 21st century skills, including critical and analytical thinking, professionalism, effective communication, creativity, innovation, and the ability to create, learn, transmit and transfer new knowledge. Higher education communities across the globe have put extensive efforts on developing and implementing new curriculum, in alignment with the changing educational objectives, and in preparation to equip students with the ideal graduate competency. At City University of Hong Kong (CityU), students are provided ample opportunities to make original discoveries through active learning and knowledge creation. As a result of the concerted efforts of the University community, the University received the University Grants Committee’s (UGC) 2017 Team Award for Teaching Excellence.

In view of this, the International Conference on Higher Education - Curriculum for Discovery and Innovation, will be held on 16 May 2020 at City University of Hong Kong to provide a platform for local and overseas professionals and practitioners, to exchange educational practices and share success stories with exemplary student works. Student projects will also be selected for poster presentation.

The one-day conference will cover the following areas:
  • • Pedagogical approaches for integrating discovery and innovation in the curriculum
  • • Assessment and measure of learning outcomes manifested discovery and innovation
  • • Curriculum development and instructional design for discovery and innovation education
  • • Use of technologies to enhance teaching and learning

You are invited to submit abstracts for consideration, for both oral and poster presentations related to the conference areas.  
Call for Papers

Call for Papers

Call for papers will be opened for academics from local institutions as well as overseas institutions.

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Venue

Venue

Venue: Floor 19, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong

This international conference is supported by the 2017 University Grants Committee (UGC) Teaching Award.