Time: Nov. 2, 2018 (Fri.), 11:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m.
Venue: CVA 506, HKBU
Speaker: Andy Shu
24 Wednesday Oct 2018
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24 Monday Sep 2018
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Senior Program Officer, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Assistant Professor, English Language and Literature, National University of Singapore
Head, Department of History, Hong Kong Baptist University
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, Hong Kong Baptist University
Professor, Department of Music, Hong Kong Baptist University
Lecturer, Department of Journalism, Hong Kong Baptist University
10 Sunday Jun 2018
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27 Tuesday Mar 2018
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09 Friday Mar 2018
The School of Communication and the Department of Journalism of HKBU will organize a University-wide “HKBU Data-driven Storytelling Competition 2018.” All full-time HKBU students (undergraduate, postgraduate, research degree students) are welcomed!
The online registration deadline is: 18 Mar 2018.
The briefing session will hold at WLB 208 at 18:30, 22 March. During the briefing session, the topic for competition will be announced on-site. Participants will form groups on-site and kick off the project. Participants can work on their projects anywhere within a 72-hour time frame, and submit their work online on 25 March 2018, pm 18:59.
Award: Champion ( 1 team, HKD 3,000); Honourable mentions ( 3 teams, HKD1,000 for each)
For details and online registration, please visit: http://datastory2018.dnnsociety.org.
22 Thursday Feb 2018
The School of Communication and the Department of Journalism of HKBU will organize a University-wide “HKBU Data-driven Storytelling Competition 2018” in early-mid March. We hope to facilitate the interdisciplinary teaching, learning, and discussion on data-driven news reporting and storytelling, as well as to appreciate exemplary student projects using emerging technologies.
Now the Competition Coordination Committee (“Committee”) is calling for two student helpers as event organizers to help handle event preparation and support. Duties include the following:
The student helper each will receive an allowance at a rate 50 HKD/hour, with a total of 10 – 15 hours.
Please submit your CV including your relevant credentials to Xinzhi Zhang ( xzzhang2 [AT] hkbu [DOT] edu [DOT] hk ) on or before 6:00 pm, 25 Feb (Sunday).
Note: Late applicants will not be accepted. Also, for the sake of fairness, student helpers are NOT allowed to participate in this competition. The Committee appreciates all the applications. However, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
03 Saturday Feb 2018
Just created a visual for an assignment? Turn it into an awarding winning work by submitting it to the Tableau Student Vis Assignment Contest (Round II 2018)!
(Round I First PlaceWinner, Perusing the New York Times #1 Best Seller List)
27 Saturday Jan 2018
Screenshot: Carine Lai’s presentation on “Unopened Space”
Civic Exchange (思匯政策研究所,“CE” hereafter, a think tank) would like to collaborate with HKBU JOUR to make series of investigative reports on the issue of open space in Hong Kong. Basically, CE will share several datasets, and provide guidance on how to harvest other public data and how to interpret it, whereas the student teams will conduct reporting on this theme. Data journalism and data-driven storytelling are potential formats.
24 Wednesday Jan 2018
Mobile games are fun to play and also fun to build. You will experience building a mobile game in this workshop using Corona SDK. Corona SDK is an easy-to-learn Software Development Kit for building cross-platform games.
No programming background required.
05 Friday Jan 2018
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Data is the key for environmental investigation and monitoring. However it is very hard for ordinary citizens to get access to. Let water quality be example, which is associated closely with our daily life. When serious environmental disasters break out, with limited information disclosure from government, general public can hardly know the truth in time. The motivates us to organise this workshop that enables you to make DIY monitoring devices with open technology.