Projects and Events

Here are some examples for you to gain a better understanding of our digital scholarship services :

Faculty of Arts

Corpus of Political SpeechesCorpus of Political Speeches: Profile on PlumX

Corpus of Political Speeches
    Traditional and Simplified Chinese sections
    (Launched Dec 2016)
  • Facilitate analysis of HK's, Taiwan's, and China's political speeches with 1,426,182 tagged terms
  • Prof. Kathleen Ahrens (Language Centre)

  • English section
    (Launched Dec 2015)
  • Facilitate analysis of HK's and US's political speeches with 4,843,177 untagged words
  • Prof. Kathleen Ahrens (Language Center)
Linguistic
Politics
Corpus

 

The Aleksis Kivi Brothers Seven Translation Assessment ProjectThe Aleksis Kivi Brothers Seven Translation Assessment Project: Profile on PlumX

The Aleksis Kivi Brothers Seven Translation Assessment Project
    (Launched Nov 2015)
  • Crowdsource assessments of 50+ translations of a Finnish novel
  • Prof. Douglas Robinson
    (Department of English Language and Literature)
Novel
Translation
Crowd-sourcing

 

靈性傳統。全球生態。香港環境靈性傳統。全球生態。香港環境: Profile on PlumX

靈性傳統。Ÿ全球生態。Ÿ香港環境
    (Launched Sep 2015)
  • Connect religions with ecology, share 13 sessions of teaching materials on creation care, and provide 880+ photos of Hong Kong nature
  • Dr. Keith Chan (Department of Religion and Philosophy)
Environ-ment
Religion
Photo Gallery

 

Faculty of Social Sciences

History in Data   

history in data
Data Visuali-zation
History
GIS

 

Hong Kong Solar MapHong Kong Solar Map: Profile on PlumX

Hong Kong Solar Map
    (Launched Nov 2016)
  • Facilitate estimation of energy generated from solar panels
  • Dr. Kevin Lo (Department of Geography)
  • Dr. Daphne Mah (Department of Geography)
  • Prof. Qiming Zhou (Department of Geography)
Energy Estimation
Environ-ment
GIS

 

School of Communication

Journalistic Role Conception and Role Performance: Research Instruments and Data Sets for
Hong Kong and Mainland China
Journalistic Role Conception and Role Performance: Research Instruments and Data Sets for Hong Kong and Mainland China: Profile on PlumX

Journalistic Role Conception and Role Performance:
Research Instruments and Data Sets for Hong Kong and Mainland China
    (Launched May 2017)New
  • Part of the international collaborative project “Journalistic Role Performance around the Globe”
  • Prof. Colin Sparks (Department of Journalism)
Data Visuali-zation
Journal-ism
Newspaper

 

South and South-East Asia Documentary Film Research WebsiteSouth and South-East Asia Documentary Film Research Website: Profile on PlumX

South and South-East Asia documentary Film Research Website
Docu-mentary Film
History
Film Review
Interview
OCR Document

 

早期華文報紙電影史料庫早期華文報紙電影史料庫: Profile on PlumX

Chinese film
    (Launched Mar 2015)
  • Index 22,600+ Chinese newspaper articles (1900-1949) about local and overseas movies
  • Prof. Emilie Yeh (Academy of Film)
Newspaper
Movie
History

 

Multi-Disciplines

HKBU Heritage: Profile on PlumX

Heritage
    (Launched Sep 2013, Updated Dec 2016)
  • Showcase 1050+ creative outputs of faculty and students
  • Academy of Film
  • Academy of Visual Arts
  • Department of Communication Studies
  • Department of Humanities & Creative Writing
  • Department of Journalism
  • Department of Music
360° photo
Animation
Artwork
Creative Writing
Docu-mentary Film
Movie
Music

 

HKBUtube: Profile on PlumX

Heritage
    (Launched Jul 2009, Updated Dec 2016)
  • Provide 25,800+ local documentary films
  • Provide 700+ videos of conferences and seminars conducted on campus
  • Provide 80+ teaching videos and 60+ other types of videos prepared by HKBU
Docu-mentary
Scholarly Talk
Teaching Video
TV Program

 

  • Journal of Asian Energy Studies

    Journal of Asian Energy Studies

    (May 2016)

    JAES is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to interdisciplinary research on all aspects of energy studies in Asia. It is an open-access e-journal published by the Asian Energy Studies Centre (AESC) of Hong Kong Baptist University with the support of the University Library.

 

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