Tag Archives: CityU

Ruth’s Rankings 31: Road Trip to Hong Kong and Singapore – Opening new routes for collaboration between librarians and their stakeholders

By Ruth A. Pagell* (4 December 2017) I am beginning to think of global university rankings as invasive species.  Two years ago, a talk I gave in Singapore attracted an uninterested audience of 25.  On this trip, over 200 librarians, faculty, administrators and students physically attended the talks. Students wanted to know how to use […]


CityU hiring Associate Librarian (Teaching and Learning Support)

(22 December 2015) Aspiring to be a valued learning partner in the 21st century, the Library of City University of Hong Kong is in the midst of an ambitious re-structuring. The Associate Librarian will implement strategic plans to create innovative service models for users and to enhance the user experience; collaborate with stakeholders in and outside […]


Universities in Hong Kong are expanding, and their libraries are growing with them

(11 August 2014)  The South China Morning Post reports on the growing space crunch in Hong Kong’s university libraries and what one librarian is doing about it. The story by Linda Yeung is here.