User Areas on 1/F, Pi Chiu Building, provides 3 training rooms with a range of computing facilities. Staff can reserve the training rooms for your teaching and training activities. You can login the following PCs, with an expected 1.5 minutes login time.
Free for courses/activities/events offered to CUHK staff and students, or study programmes provides overhead charge to the University;
Charged for holding profit-making courses/activities/events OR for non-academic study programmes.
application required (Please refer to 2. Room Booking Application below)
Training Rooms are located in User Areas. Check out opening hours of Learning Commons and User Areas in
Confirmed training room bookings can be viewed here
Room reservation until 10pm on weekdays can be arranged for class teaching. However, limited support will be provided during non-office hours.
If you need additional software (with software media and license available) / customizing system settings, please write to ITSC Service Desk (Service Catalog > IT Facilities) one month in advance. This gives our support time to install and test the software together with you.
There are 3 training rooms available for booking:
|Venue||No. of Student PC*|
|Training Room 1 (Room 102)||18|
|Training Room 2 (Room 103 +105)||44|
|Training Room 3 (Room 107)||18|
*All PCs require login with CUHK email address and OnePass (CWEM) Password.
A notification email will be sent in 3 working days
|Training Room 1||Training Room 2||Training Room 3|
|(Per Session – 4 Hours)|
Below is a gentle reminder of using Zoom from Zero clients in User Areas and WMYLC:
1. Sign-in: Some course may require students to sign in Zoom for identity verification. To do so, click SSO and then enter CUHK in the next screen. Follow the on-screen instruction to continue.
2. Video: The “VMWare Virtual Webcam” is non-functional. Please bring your own webcam if needed. A Logitech Webcam installed on lectern is available for teacher’s class teaching.
3. Audio: Since the mic / headset jacks are separated, students using headset + mic integrated accessory will not be able to speak via Zoom.
Workaround (1): Use a splitter
Workaround (2): Use “Switch to Phone Audio” feature in Zoom. Below phone numbers are for illustration only, use the one displayed on actual screen.
Workaround (3): Use chat as a last resort.
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