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Welcome to the Blackboard e-Education platform—designed to enable educational innovations everywhere by connecting people and technology.
If you have a CUHK OnePass account, please login via "OnePass" to enjoy the added benefits (Details: http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/itsc/onepass/index.html).
There are three issues with OnePass which we would like to bring to your attention:
|1||With the 180-day password policy endorsed and adopted by the University since September, 2015, you are required to change your OnePass(CWEM) Password periodically. If you got prompted "OnePass Password Has Expired" (via "OnePass") or "Incorrect ID or Password" (via "Other Login") during login, please do a quick check to see if your OnePass (CWEM) Password has expired and change your password to a new one.|
|2||Some IE users reported that "Single Sign-Out" does not work on CU eLearning System if they "logout" from other OnePass enabled applications.
IE users are suggested to completely close IE (all tabs) after using the system.
|3||OnePass (CWEM) password no longer allows use of certain special characters such as ' / ' and ' " '.
If you fail to login via OnePass and your OnePass (CWEM) password contains such special characters, please visit https://cai.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/chgpwd/ to change your CWEM password to a new one following the instructions on the page.
If you encountered any other problems logging in via "OnePass", please login via "Other Login" temporarily and submit your problem to us via https://servicedesk.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk. Thank you.
ITSC is happy to announce that CU eLearning System (Blackboard Learn) has been successfully upgraded to version "9.1 2014 April" and its service has been resumed at 6pm on July 19.
We still received reports that lots of garbage printeout was found in ITSC user areas and computer laboratories. We understand that it's high season and all students are working hard to prepare for the upcoming exams.
However, please be alerted that printing PDF file directly from web browsers, such as IE, may result in garbage when you print out your notes and lecture handouts for revision.
Please save the PDF file you would like to print to disk first, then open it with Adobe Reader to print it. Rollover the document and you should be able to see the "Save a Copy" button. (Screen shot)
Please consider the environment. Think twice before you print.