Have you thought of turning your teaching ideas into a project and applying for funding to develop your great ideas? To let our colleagues know more about how to make it happen, CTL is pleased to organise a series of sharing seminars on how to prepare a QESS/TDG project.
For the second sharing, we are honoured to have Dr Rami Chan, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Social Science and Director of the Centre for Asian Languages and Cultures, share his successful experience.
|Topic:||Starting a Language and Culture Centre from Scratch|
|Date:||10 December 2020 (Thursday)|
|Time:||14:00 – 14:45|
|Venue:||Pong Hong Siu Chu Lecture Hall (A315) and live broadcast via MS Teams
(The meeting link will be provided to colleagues via email.)
|Speaker:||Dr Rami Chan, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Social Science and
Director of the Centre for Asian Languages and Cultures
Supported by the Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS) of the Education Bureau, the Centre for Asian Languages and Cultures (CALC) has been up and running at HSUHK since early 2020. Dedicated to arousing our students’ interest in Asian languages and cultures, and fostering their awareness of the development and potential in Asia, CALC is having a wide range of deliverables such as organising preparation courses for languages tests, taster courses, e-learning platform, seminars, workshops and exhibitions. It is hoped that students could overcome the barriers of Asian languages and cultures when seeking new opportunities in an unfamiliar country.
Dr Rami Chan, Director of CALC, will share with us noteworthy details and information regarding his team’s QESS project, ranging from the early stage of problem identification, idea generation, proposal preparation, budgeting, brief checklist for application and logistics for establishment. In braving the adversity amid the unexpected situations associated with COVID-19, Rami will also share the lessons learnt including problem solving, reporting, project and time management.
All academic staff are welcome to join! Please click here for registration.
We look forward to seeing you in the sharing!