This resource provides digitized records from the British Colonial Office grouped under the CO 129 Series. The collection provides a primary source for researching colonial Hong Kong between 1841 and 1951, which includes the despatches and correspondence between the governors of Hong Kong and the Colonial Office, as well as letters and telegrams of other government departments and organizations.
An online course consists of teacher videos, interactive activities and study sheets to help users to structure their message, find the right vocabulary and choose an appropriate style in different types of writing. It covers the following text types: ● Essays: for and against ● Essay: descriptive ● Job applications: your online profile ● Emails: asking for information ● A short report: graphs ● Reviews: hotels and restaurants ● Avoiding plagiarism ● Taking notes ● Textspeak ● Official letters
An online preparation and practice resource for IELTS candidates. It provides interactive activities, advice videos from experts and practical tests to help users to improve their skills in reading, listening, speaking and writing.
This database is a reference directory covering the information on more than 290,000 higher education programmes (Bachelors, Masters, Doctorates, Pre-Bachelors, Pre-Masters) in the universities of English Speaking Countries (U.S.A, Canada, U.K, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand) and in the universities of Europe (33 European Union Countries are covered). Nearly 200 disciplines are covered.
This database provides videos, podcasts, articles and infographics featuring advice and real-world experience from industry leaders, which help define the necessary soft-skills to succeed in the business world. This database is a skill-building tool to help users in advancing their careers.
*You are suggested to access the resource via Chrome. ** OUHK users can click "Continue as a guest" to access full content. Personal account registration is optional.
This database is a diagnostic decision support system for radiologists and gives users instant access to collective clinical experience and knowledge of renowned sub-specialists in every field of radiology. It provides over 4,700 diagnoses, 200,000 searchable images, approximately 1,400 differential diagnosis modules, over 300 anatomy modules, 20,000 patient cases and about 200 simple and interventional procedures.
(Suggested browsers to view the resource: Chrome and Firefox)