keynote
  • Yunhe Pan
    Topic: Development and Trends of the Digital Library
    [Abstract]
  • Fan-Sen Wang
    Topic: TELDAP and Cultural Diversity of Taiwan
    [Abstract]---[Slide]
  • M. S. Vijay Kumar
    Topic: The Open Influence: Towards an Ecology...
    [Abstract]---[Slide]
  • Jeffrey Shaw
    Topic: Immersive Strategies for the Embodiment...
    [Abstract]---[Slide]
  • Tak-Wai Chan
    Topic: A Few Problems of Digital Learning
    [Abstract]
  • She Mang
    Topic: e-Learning: A Hong Kong Perspective
 

Program

 

 

  Scientific Program   Social Program   Poster Program   ECAI Workshop

 

 

    

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December 1 (Wed)

December 2 (Thu)

December 3 (Fri)

December 4 (Sat)

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0800-0900

Registration Starts

 

Hong Kong National Park Visit
(0800-1700)

Gathering Place: Pedestrian Entrance, City University of Hong Kong (opposite Festival Walk)

0900-0930

Wei Hing Theatre, 6F, Amenities Building

 

Opening (0900-0930)

 “Development and Trends of the Digital Library”
Prof. Yunhe PAN, Chinese Academy of Engineering (0930-1015)

“TELDAP and Cultural Diversity of Taiwan”
Prof. Fan-Sen Wang, Academia Sinica
(1015-1100)

Group Photo
(1100-1120)

LT 16, 4F, Academic Building

 

“The Open Influence: Towards an Ecology of Abundance”
Prof. M. S. Vijay Kumar
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
(0900-1005)


“Immersive Strategies for the Embodiment of Culture and Heritage”
Prof. Jeffery Shaw,
City University of Hong Kong
(1005-1110)

LT 16, 4F, Academic Building

 

"A Few Problems of Digital Learning"
Prof. Tak-Wai Chan, National Central University, Taiwan
(0900-0945)


"e-Learning: A Hong Kong Perspective"
Mr. She Mang, Education and Manpower Bureau, HKSAR (0945-1030)

0930-1000
1000-1030
1030-1100

Break (1030-1100)

1100-1130

e-Learning

Meta-Library—Gateway to World Knowledge Assets and Digital Services

Social Computing and Its Application

Break (1120-1130) Break (1110-1130)
1130-1200

The Power of Digitalized Knowledge

Managing Knowledge Asset (I)

E-Learning – Strategies and Practice

ECAI Updates: Visualization and Virtual Systems in Digital Humanities

Cultivating Cultural Heritage with Information Technology Lexical Semantics and Multilingual Thesaurus Construction
1200-1230
1230-1300

Lunch & Poster/ Demo Session
(1230-1400)

1300-1330

Lunch
(1300-1400)

Lunch
(1300-1400)
1330-1400


To Hong Kong Science Park (1400-1500)
(Shuttle bus waiting at University Circle for pickup)

1400-1430

Knowledge Upon Social Media: Dialogue Between Archives and Services

Managing Knowledge Asset (II)

Academic Assessment Strategies for e-Portfolio

e-Learning
Panel (I):
Educational Content

E-Book Archiving – Issues and Possible Solutions

Application of Spatiotemporal Methods to the Humanities

1430-1500

“Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment” ALiVE Tour
(1500-1700)

1500-1530
1530-1600

Break

Break

1600-1630

Biodiversity Database Integration

Korean Classic Collections and its Content Management

Climate
Change
Knowledge Asset

e-Learning
Panel (II): Future Classroom

Management and Service of Knowledge Assets

Access to Information and Public Licenses in the Digital Environment

1630-1700
1700-1730

Back to City University of Hong Kong

1730-1800

Free Night

Free Night

LT 16, 4F, Academic Building
Closing Ceremony

1800-2000

Banquet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

  Scientific Program  December 1 December 2 December 3  Print

 


December 1

Opening & Keynote Speech & Group Photo
09:00~11:20 December 1, 2010 / Wei Hing Theatre, 6F, Amenities Building

09:00~09:30

Opening  

     
Moderator: Chao-Han LIU, Academia Sinica, Taiwan      
09:35~10:15 Development and Trends of the Digital Library (數字圖書館的發展趨勢)
Yunhe PAN, Chinese Academy of Engineering
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
Moderator: Way KUO, City University of Hong Kong      
10:20~11:00

TELDAP and Cultural Diversity of Taiwan (TELDAP與台灣文化多樣性)  
Fan-Sen WANG, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:00~11:20

Group Photo

     

The Power of Digitalized Knowledge
11:30~13:00 December 1, 2010 / Room P4704

Moderator: Fan-Sen WANG, Academia Sinica      
11:30~12:00

Republican Beijing in GIS Perspective: What More Can GIS Tell Us?
Billy Kee-long SO, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:30 From Digital Contents to the Interpretation of an Architectural History--digital models reconstructed for a traditional house located at a fishing village of Pescadores Islands in Taiwan as examples
Min-Fu HSU, National Chen Kung University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:30~13:00

Heritage Preservation-Oriented Construction of Digital Museums - Tamsui Historic Sites Digital Archives Program as an Example
Jui-Mao HUANG, Tamkang University, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

Managing Knowledge Asset (I)
 11:30~13:00 December 1, 2010 / Room P4703

Moderator: Louis Chi-wa NG, Leisure and Cultural Service Department (Heritage and Museum), HKSAR      
11:30~12:00

Behind the Scenes of the NPM Digital Archive Project
James Quo-Ping LIN, National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:30

Transform Digital Content to Knowledge Asset
Yi-Ping HUNG, National Taiwan University

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:30~13:00

Documenting Heritage and Access to Knowledge
Hala Nayel BARAKAT, Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage (CULTNAT), Egypt

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

E-Learning – Strategies and Practice
11:30~13:00 December 1, 2010 / Room P4701


Moderator: Andy CHUN, Chief Information Office, City University of Hong Kong      
11:30~12:00

Adoption of e-Learning in Higher Education – Strategies and Issues
Jer Tsang YU, City University of Hong Kong &
Eva WONG, Hong Kong Baptist University

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:30 The Use of m-Learning Practice for Effective First Year Teaching at College of Business (City University of Hong Kong)
Ron Chi-Wai KWOK, City University of Hong Kong
 
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:30~13:00

ePortfolios: Institutional Adoption Strategies
Hokling CHEUNG, Office of Education Development and General Education, City University of Hong Kong

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

Knowledge Upon Social Media: Dialogue Between Archives and Services
14:00~15:30 December 1, 2010 / Room P4704

Moderator: Ching-Teng HSIAO, Research Center for IT Innovation, Academia Sinica      
14:00~14:20

When Digital Archives Encounter Digital Natives: The Knowledge Issue
Shih-Chieh Ilya LI, Mobitek Communication Corp., Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:20~14:40

The State of Social Media in Hong Kong
Charles MOK, Internet Society Hong Kong

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:40~15:00

Social Media and its Implications towards Citizen Journalism
Oiwan LAM, Global Voices Online

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:00~15:20

Collecting Knowledge in the Wiki Way
Yu Jeromy CHAN, Wikimedia Hong Kong

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:20~15:30

Discussion

     
Managing Knowledge Asset (II)
14:00~15:30 December 1, 2010 / Room P4703
Moderator: Gregory B. LEE, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong      
14:00~14:30 Record of Chinese Maritime Custom and Cultural Atlas (近代中國海關資料和文化地圖)
Takeshi HAMASHITA, School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:30~15:00 History of Bank of China: Archives, Artifacts and Interpretation
Pui Tak LEE, Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:00~15:30 Archives of the Lyon Sino-French Institute : Research Project, Cultural Heritage and Digitization (里昂中法大學的檔案: 研究計劃, 文化遺產與數字化)
Florent VILLARD, Chinese and Transcultural Studies, University of Lyon (Jean Moulin)
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
Academic Assessment Strategies for e-Portfolio
 14:00~15:30 December 1, 2010 / Room P4701
Moderator: Toshiyuki YAMAMOTO, Center for Teaching and Learning,  Kansai University, Japan [Abs]    
14:00~14:20

Examples of Assessment Implementation in e-Portfolio
Toshiyuki YAMAMOTO, Center for Teaching and Learning,  Kansai University, Japan

[Slide] [CV]
14:20~14:40

Examples of Assessment Implementation in e-Portfolio: Manaba-Folio
Takashi TAKEKAWA, Asahi-NET, Inc., Japan

[Slide] [CV]
14:40~15:00

KIT Portfolio Intelligence: The quality control in academic advising as well as FD is a part of e-Portfolio Enterprise
Minoru NAKAZAWA, Dept. of Information and CS, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan

[Slide] [CV]
15:00~15:20

How to make the assessment for e-Portfolio successful?
Gregory MARTIN, Oracle, Australia

[Slide] [CV]
15:20~15:30

Discussion

     
Biodiversity Database Integration
16:00~17:30 December 1, 2010 / Room P4704
Moderator: Kwang-Tsao SHAO, Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan      
16:00~16:20

Biodiversity Data Integration in Taiwan and Linkages with Global Databases
Kwang-Tsao SHAO, Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:20~16:40

Fish Collections in China and Digitization of Fish Collection at Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Chun-Guang ZHANG, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:40~17:00

Research History and Collections of Hong Kong Fishes – Status and Perspectives
Dee-Hua CHONG, Ichthyological Society of Hong Kong

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:00~17:20

Research and Status of Taiwan Fishes Diversity and Database
Yung-Chang LIN, Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

[Abs] [Side] [CV]
17:20~17:30

Discussion

     
Korean Classic Collections and its Content Management
 16:00~17:30 December 1, 2010 / Room P4703
Moderator: Pei-kai CHENG, Chinese Civilisation Centre, City University of Hong Kong      
16:00~16:20 The practice of Korean studies data DB construction and the case of ‘戶籍中草' data construction
Dong-jun KIM, Jeju National University, Korea
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:20~16:40 The pioneer of Korean anthology index work Yoon Namhan and 雜著記說類記事索引
Chang-won JUNG, Jeju National University, Korea
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:40~17:00 Publication and the Collection of photographic edition books in Korea
Jeong-hee HAN, Kyunggin Publishing Co., Korea
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:00~17:20 Accomplishments and Pathfinding in the Digitization of Kyujanggak Collection, Seoul National University
Soochang OH, The Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies (KIKS), Seoul University, Korea
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:20~17:30 Discussion      

Climate Change Knowledge Asset
16:00~17:40 December 1, 2010 / Room P4701

Moderator: Anond SNIDVONGS, START Southeast Asia Regional Research Center, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand      
16:00~16:25

Moving from Climate Information to Climate Knowledge
Iin Ho YOO, APEC Climate Center(APCC), Korea

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:25~16:50

Energy and Climate Change
Johnny C. L. CHAN, School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:50~17:15

IT for Community Water Resource Management: Successful Case from Ban Limthong Community
Royboon RASSAMEETHES, Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute (HAII), Thailand

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:15~17:40

Taiwan's Engagement in Regional Global Change Activities
Jough-Tai WANG, National Central University, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]


December 2

Keynote Speech
 09:00~11:10 December 2, 2010 / Room LT16
Moderator: Der-Tsai LEE, Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica, Taiwan      
09:00~10:00

The Open Influence: Towards an Ecology of Abundance
M.S. Vijay KUMAR, Office of Educational Innovation and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
Moderator: Lewis LANCASTER, Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI), UC Berkeley, USA      
10:10~11:10 Immersive Strategies for the Embodiment of Culture and Heritage
Sarah KENDERDINE & Jeffrey SHAW, Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment, City University of Hong Kong
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
ECAI Updates: Visualization and Virtual Systems in Digital Humanities
11:30~13:00 December 2, 2010 / Room P4704
Moderator: Jeanette ZERNEKE, Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI), UC Berkeley, USA      
11:30~11:50 Digital Documentation of Excavations- Buddhist Site at Kankanahalli
D. DAYALAN, Archaeological Survey of India
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:50~12:10 The "Digital Atlas on the History of Europe since 1500" - A Progress Report
Andreas KUNZ, Institute of European History, Section World History
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:10~12:30 Developing Visual Analytics for Text Data
Jonathan WEBSTER, John LEE, John LEE, and Joe CHAN, Department of Chinese Translations and Linguistics of City University of Hong Kong
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:30~12:50 Data-driven visualization of Chichen Itza for immersive full dome theater
Kevin CAIN & Antonio HUI, Institute for the Study and Integration of Graphical Heritage Techniques
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:50~13:00 Discussion      

Cultivating Cultural Heritage with Information Technology
11:30~13:00 December 2, 2010 / Room P4703

Moderator: W. T. POON, University Librarian, University of Macau      
11:30~12:00 Application of digital technology in the study of cultural heritage
Tuvdendorj GALBAATAR, Mongolian Academy of Sciences
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:30 Preservation and accessibility of the multimedia resources of the Central University Of Tibetan Studies
Oleg RINCHINOV, Institute of Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, Ulan-Ude, Russia
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:30~13:00 Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hong Kong
Hing-wah CHAU, Hong Kong Heritage Museum
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

Lexical Semantics and Multilingual Thesaurus Construction
11:30~13:00 December 2, 2010 / Room P4701

Moderator: Der-Tsai LEE, Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica      
11:30~11:50

Studies on Cognitive Variation in Cross Straits Chinese Language
Andy CHIN & Benjamin TSOU, Research Centre on Linguistics and Language Information Sciences, The Hong Kong Institute of Education

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:50~12:10

Constructing Cross-language Ontological and Lexical Resources
Shu-Kai HSIEH, Institute of Linguistics, National Taiwan University

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:10~12:30

The Analysis of Mapping Bilingual Lexical Semantics for Knowledge Organization Systems
Shu-Jiun CHEN, Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:30~12:50

E-HowNet- a Lexical Knowledge Representation System
Keh-Jiann CHEN, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:50~13:00

Discussion

     


December 3

Keynote Speech
09:00~10:30 December 3, 2010 / Room LT16
Moderator: Gwo-Dong CHEN, National Science Council, Taiwan        
09:00~09:45

A Few Problems of Digital Learning  
Tak-Wai CHAN, National Central University, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
Moderator: Siu Cheung KONG, Department of Mathematics and Information Technology, The Hong Kong Institute of Education      
09:45~10:30

e-Learning: A Hong Kong Perspective
Mang SHE, Education and Manpower Bureau, HKSAR

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

E-Learning
11:00~12:30 December 3, 2010 / Room P4704

Moderator: Jer Tsang YU, City University of Hong Kong      
11:00~11:30

Developments and Highlights of e-Learning in Taiwan Higher Education
Chien CHOU, Institute of Education, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:30~12:00

E-learning in School Education: Opportunities and Challenges
Siu Cheung KONG, Department of Mathematics and Information Technology, The Hong Kong Institute of Education

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:30

Towards the Applicability in Designing e-Textbook for K12 Schools
Ronghuai HUANG, Knowledge Science & Engineering Institute, Beijing Normal University

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

Meta-Library - Gateway to World Knowledge Assets and Digital Services
11:30~12:30 December 3, 2010 / Room P4703

Moderator: Colin STOREY, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library      
11:00~11:20

The Fundamentals of Preserving Knowledge Assets: USC's Dual Approach to Digital Services and Physical Collections
Catherine QUINLAN, University of Southern California Libraries

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:20~11:40

Embedding Digital Libraries into Knowledge Processes of the e-Science Environment
Xiaolin ZHANG, Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:40~12:00

Digital Libraries: Redefining the Library Value Paradigm
Peter E. SIDORKO, University of Hong Kong Libraries

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:20

Complex Bibliographic Systems: Integrating Content Management and Knowledge Assets
Karl Min KU, National Central Library, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:20~12:30

Discussion

     
Social Computing and Its Applications
 11:00~12:30 December 3, 2010 / Room P4701
Moderator: Mark LIAO, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan      
11:00~11:30

Metaverse Computing and Transmedia in 21C
Hyun Seung YANG, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:30~12:00

An Overview of Human Computation and Its Applications
Ling-Jyh CHEN, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:30

Media Summarization in The Web 2.0 Era
Sheng-Wei CHEN, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
Poster Demon Session
 12:30~14:00 December 3, 2010 / 4F, Poster Area
12:30~14:00

Metadata for Humanities’ Studies
Shoichiro HARA, Kyoto University, Japan &
Tatsuki SEKINO, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan

[Abs]    

Spatiotemporal analysis realized by HuMap and HuTime
Tatsuki SEKINO, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan &
Shoichiro HARA, Kyoto University, Japan

[Abs]    

The Construction of the Digital Gazetteer and the Topographical Maps Database based on Humanities GIS
Ikuo OKETANI, Osaka International University, Japan

[Abs]    

Integration/Visualization of Data for Location, Physical Activity, and Landscape: An Application in a Field Study in Bangladesh
Masatoshi ISHIKAWA, Tokyo Seitoku University, Masahiro UMEZAKI,University of Tokyo, Keisuke HOSHIKAWA, Kyoto University, Japan

[Abs]    
Organizing information/knowledge using Topic Maps and
Subject Headings

Motomu NAITO, Knowledge Synergy Inc., Japan
[Abs]    

Poster Competition & Demonstration Zone Program

     
Poster Competition Winners

e-Learning Panel (I) Educational Content
14:00~15:30 December 3, 2010 / Room P4704

Moderator: Gwo-Dong CHEN, National Science Council, Taiwan      
14:00~14:30

Building a Learning Community
Mei Mei NG, Hong Kong Education City

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:30~15:00

Path of Kang Hsuang Educational Digital Publishing and Kang Chou Bi-Lingual School Establishment (康軒數位出版與興學辦校之路)
Mike LEE, Kang Hsuan Educational Publishing Group, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:00~15:30

Re invigorating the information approach: furbishing PreK 12 libraries for constructivist learning
Agatha HARRISON-SIT, CUHK Community College

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

E-Book Archiving – Issues and Possible Solutions
14:00~15:30 December 3, 2010 / Room P4703

Moderator: Samsoon SOONG, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology      
14:00~14:30

Current status and development policy on digital resource preservation in Chinese academic libraries (高校数字资源长期保存的现状与发展策略)
Ling CHEN, CALIS Administrative Centre, Peking University Library

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:30~15:00

E-books - A Practical Guide To Preservation
Victoria REICH, Stanford University Libraries

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:00~15:30 E-book archiving: ensuring continuity of access to the global library community
Andrejs ALFEROVS, Ingram Digital Services
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

Application of Spatiotemporal Methods to the Humanities
14:00~15:30 December 3, 2010 / Room P4701

Moderator: Howie LAN, Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI), UC Berkeley, USA      
14:00~14:30

Spatiotemporal Analysis of Historical Maritime Exchanges in Asia
Using HuMap and HuTime

Mamoru SHIBAYAMA, Center for Southeast Asian Studies(CSEAS), Kyoto University, Japan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:30~15:00

Where were the Japanese peasants likely to die in the 17th -19th centuries?
Hiroshi KAWAGUCHI, Faculty of Business Administration, Tezukayama University, Japan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:00~15:30

An Event Ontology for Crisis-Disaster Information
Andrea Wei-Ching HUANG and Tyng-Ruey CHUANG, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
e-Learning Panel (II) Future Classroom
16:00~17:30 December 3, 2010 / Room P4704
Moderator: Siu Cheung KONG, Department of Mathematics and Information Technology, The Hong Kong Institute of Education      
16:00~16:30

E-Learning: Special ways in conducting lessons Nowadays
Cheuk Lin CHAN, Po Leung Kuk Chee Jing Yin Primary School, Hong Kong

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:30~17:00

Future Classroom: a Research Issue or an Innovation?
Hsue-Yie Wang, Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology, National Central University

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:00~17:30

DESIGN AN INNOVATIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Tsung-Che WU, PengLai Elementary School, Taipei, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

Management and Service of Knowledge Assets
16:00~17:30 December 3, 2010 / Room P4703

Moderator: Anthony FERGUSON, University of Hong Kong      
16:00~16:30

The Concept and Practice of Regional Resource Sharing in Macao: An Assumption (共享域的概念和實踐在澳門推行之設想)
Longji DAI, Macau University of Science and Technology Library

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:30~17:00

China Academic Digital Library: Practice and Management (中国高等教育数字图书馆:实践与管理)
Chen HUANG, Zhejiang University Libraries, China

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:00~17:30

Digital Preservation of Knowledge Assets for Future Reuse
Ya-Ning CHEN, Computing Centre, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
Access to Information and Public Licenses in the Digital Environment
16:00~17:30 December 3, 2010 / Room P4701
Moderator: Ching-Yi  LIU, Graduate Institute of National Development, National Taiwan University      
16:00~16:30

Intellectual Property and Free Access to Information
Yahong LI, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:30~17:00

Aggregation and Dissemination of Collective Cultural Works
Tyng-Ruey CHUANG, Institute of Information Science & Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:00~17:30

Freeing Up the Freedom in Free Culture: Compatibility Between Public Licenses
Jyh-An LEE, College of Law, National Chengchi University, Taiwan

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

Conference Closing & Poster Awarding Ceremony
17:30~18:00 December 3, 2010 / Room LT16

17:30~18:00 Conference Closing & Poster Awarding Ceremony  

 

    

  Social Program   Print

 

December 1 (Wednesday)

● Opening

    Date: December 1, 2010
    Time: 09:00-09:30
    Location: Wei Hing Theatre, 6F, Amenities Building, City University of Hong Kong (MAP)

 

 

December 2 (Thursday)

City University of Hong Kong- ALiVE (Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and
   Embodiment) tour   

    Date: December 2, 2010
    Time: 14:00-17:00
    Location: Hong Kong Science Park
    Departure Point: 2 pm, at University Circle, City University of Hong Kong (MAP)     
    Introducion: Situated at the Hong Kong Science Park, ALiVE, the Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment,
                          is City University of Hong Kong’s imaginative new research incubator and showcase for innovations in creative
                          media. A first in Hong Kong, ALiVE builds on world famous research achievements that have been made over
                          recent years at the ZKM Centre for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, the UNSW iCinema Research Centre in Sydney
                          and Museum Victoria in Melbourne. Inspired by the specific artistic, cultural, industrial and research of
                          opportunities in the Asian region, ALiVE’s challenge-led research programs are at the cutting edge of the future
                          digital media in society. They address emerging developments in museums, galleries, libraries, archives,
                          planetariums, the cinema, games, location-based entertainment, cultural heritage, science, education, health
                          and the environment.
    * Free of charge. Transportation will be arranged to pick up participants between City University of Hong Kong and the
       Hong Kong Science Park.

 

 

December 3 (Friday)

Banquet   

    Date: December 3, 2010
    Time: 18:00-20:00
    Location: City Chinese Restaurant (Shing Hin)- Floor 8, Amenities Building, City University of Hong Kong (MAP)

 

 

December 4 (Saturday)

● Excursion   

    Date: December 4, 2010
    Time: 8:00-17:00
    Location: Hong Kong Geopark  - Tung Ping Chau, Strait of Double Haven, and Crooked Island (MAP)
    Departure Point: Pedestrian Entrance, City University of Hong Kong (opposite Festival Walk) (MAP)                
    Fare: USD 30 / NTD 1,050 (transportation & lunch included)
    Registration: Please purchase the Excursion Ticket through the registration. Early registration is advised due to limited
                            availability.
    Schedule:

08:00 Meet at the Pedestrian Entrance (opposite Festival Walk)  at City University of Hong Kong; board /double-decker/coaches to depart for Ma Liu Shui Pier 
09:00 Board ferry at Ma Liu Shui  to depart for the Strait of Double Heaven
  Sight-seeing at the ferry ride of the Strait of Double Haven
- Double Haven (Yan Chau Tong) rests on the northeastern shore of Plover Cove Country Park. To
  conserve the wildlife and natural features of this lovely area, Double Haven was designated a marine
  park in 1996.
- It is an idyllic arcadia embraced by uplands. It owes its celestial tranquil setting to the surrounding
  hills. Bestowed with such supreme qualities, it is no surprise that Double Haven astonishes every
  first-time visitor with her stunning beauty. That unique serene mood is simply unimaginable in bustling
  Hong Kong.

Exploring the Crooked Island (Kat O)
- an island with 300 people living there and where participants can visit:
   a. a century-old Tin Hau Temple(built in 1736);
   b. Qing Monument – installed in 1802, documented the ruling of the provincial government, based on
       the appeal of the fisherfolks, prohibiting land lords from levying 'unreasonable' taxes on their
       tenants; and
  c. an ancient banyan tree - the tree of love
11:00 Lunch at Crooked Island (Kat O)
12:30 Board ferry to depart for Tung Ping Chau
13:30 Arrive at Tung Ping Chau. Exploration of Tung Ping Chau
- the easternmost outlying island of Hong Kong
- renowned for strange rock formation
- unlike most other rock types across the territory, this crescent-shaped island is made up of
  sedimentary rock including siltstone, dolomitic siltstone, mudstone and chert
15:15 Board ferry back to Ma Liu Shui Pier
17:00 Arrive at Ma Liu Shui Pier; board double-decker/coaches to depart for City University of Hong Kong