Hong Kong Education City
With a mission of striving for innovative learning and enhancing teaching effectiveness by ICT in Education, Hong Kong Education City (HKEdCity) is committed to embrace new opportunities with different stakeholders in the digital era. Its one stop professional education portal, www.hkedcity.net, is replete with information, resources, interactive communities and online services that facilitate teachers’ collaboration and exchange of educational resources, building a professional community; encourage students to make effective use of interactive eLearning platforms and develop self-directed learning habit; and empower parents to nurture children’s whole person development and lifelong learning.
During the deferral period of class resumption, HKEdCity has launched ‘Learn at Home’ webpage and ‘Online Learning Calendar’ that provide diverse online resources for students’ continuous self-learning at home. For details, please visit https://www.hkedcity.net/home/en/learning.
Save the Children's Netizen Academy
Netizen Academy is an online awareness centre with resources aiming to teach children to protect themselves in the digital world, and ultimately help combat the problem of online child sexual abuse.
The Women's Foundation's Girls Go Tech Programme
The Girls Go Tech (GGT) Programme aims to inspire underprivileged junior secondary school girls' interest in STEM and to encourage them to pursue STEM-related subjects to maximise their future career options. The Programme also aims to build participant's soft skills including self-confidence, problem-solving, creativity and cooperation to help them achieve their future study and career goals.
Happy Retired is a registered social enterprise in Hong Kong with a dedicated online digital platform plus offline user community for the aged 45+ population segment. The retired have been contributed a lot to the society, and accumulate plenty of experience and social network. Happy Retired enriches elderly retirement life through a web platform as well as inherit their knowledge and experience to others.
WebOrganic aims to empower the needy in ICT applications by enhancing their accessibility, knowledge & skills, and digital literacy to achieve digital inclusion. Hardware and software support will make eLearning possible, and Web learning opens up new opportunities. Regardless of age, race, economic or physical condition, we believe that people should have chance to access to and make use of ICT for their learning and daily living, so as to enhance their quality of life. WebOrganic is the implementer of “Safer Internet Day” in Hong Kong.