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  • 28 Sep 2023 - 07 Jun 2024

    China in Maps: 500 Years of Evolving Images

    The upcoming exhibition features a curated selection of items, highlighting how China were portrayed by European and Chinese mapmakers.

  • 13 Oct 2023

    Unlocking Historical Narratives: A Visual Analytics Approach in Digital Humanities

    In this talk, Mr. Jason Wong (PhD Candidate, HKUST) will introduce how Visual Analytics (VA) supports data-driven discoveries in Digital Humanities.

  • 06 Oct 2023

    Library Open Workshop – Emerging AI Tools for Literature Review

    This online workshop will explore a variety of emerging AI tools, discuss their unique features and limitations, and demonstrate effective ways to use them for conducting literature reviews.

  • 05 Oct 2023

    HKUST Library iTalk – 然後去了拍電影

    In this iTalk, HKUST alumnus Mr. Ka Sing Fung (賈勝楓先生) will share the amazing and fortuitous story of how a chemistry graduate turned to an award winning filmmaker.

  • Digital Humanities Tutorials – Learn Python for Absolute Beginners

    Follow along with us! Learn how to do data cleaning, create interactive charts and create website from scratch using Python.

  • Collection Highlights

    Do you get thrilled by the immersive experience of travelling? These titles are good mix of real or imaginary journeys. Check them out and indulge in armchair travels!

  • Your Learning Companion for Text Analysis Research

    Constellate is a text and data analysis platform from JSTOR and Portico that allows you to build datasets and perform text analytics for JSTOR resources.

  • New Digital Humanities Project: HK1997

    Join us to traverse time and space, travel back to the 1997 of Hong Kong through the poetic frames of Birdy Chu’s evocative lenswork.