Monday, January 11, 2010

The Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2010

Good translation is as much a work of art as the piece being translated. Yet often the subtleties and nuances of language--the things that make a work original--are missed in the process. Is it possible to create a mirror of the original? To what extent does a translator have the opportunity to discuss a work's nuances with the author? Join Murong Xuecun and his translator, Harvey Thomlinson, as they shed some light on these questions. Please note that this session will be in English and Putonghua. The workshop will be held at the CC Library on March 15 (Monday) from 11:30 am to 12:30 noon. To register for this event, please click here.

Launching of MyLibrary 2.0

MyLibrary 2.0 is now available at MyLibrary 2.0 not only gives a brand new user interface, but also provides a cutting-edge technology for users to personalize different library online services in their own web spaces, such as viewing loan records, 360 Search, Library catalogues, managing E-Journal RSS feeds, etc.

MyLibrary 2.0 offers the following features:
  • E-journal titles via RSS - Customize your favorite RSS feeds for E-Journal titles
  • My Library Record - Show your loan records, coming due and overdue alerts
  • 360 Search (E-Resources) – Save your subject(s) and search field when searching E-Resource via 360 Search.
  • New Additions List - Customize new additions list with your own keywords
  • Bookmarks - Build your favorite URL links
  • Reply Board - Submit questions to reference librarians
  • Library Catalogues & Web Search – Provide a search interface for library catalogues and search engines
  • Widget - Embed your external web applications
Please try it out at

Thursday, January 7, 2010

MyLibrary 2.0 coming soon!

MyLibrary 2.0 will be available very soon. The revamped MyLibrary portal gives a brand new user interface and serviecs. Please stay tuned and watch out the reveal of MyLibrary 2.0 next Monday.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

eXpress printing service

We are happy to announce a new eXpress printing service is now available at Chung Chi Library.

It's convenience and fast. A dedicated eXpress printer is located at the G/F and is for printing only. You can open the Microsoft Office files and PDF at the workstation and print it out. The eXpress printer is charged by Octopus. Colour printout charges $2.5 per page (A4) and black & white printout charges $0.3 per page (A4). Please be reminded that all the files cannot be saved in the dedicated workstation.

Friday, January 1, 2010

Happy 2010

Wish you have a happy and prosperous New Year!!