Enjoy reading anytime and anywhere with the app in hand.
Make it fast and easy for students to access EdCity's resources at their convenience.
Make the best use of 'Assessment for Learning' with OQB and gear up for HKDSE.
Digital game-based schemes that make learning enjoyable and fun.
With the 'school-based teacher account', school administrators can easily create and manage accounts for all teaching staff, giving them instant access to EdCity's school-based services and students' learning data. Schools can also compile a comprehensive database of learning data as well as teaching resources and maintain it with ease.
EdCity has officially adopted the new domain name EdCity.hk which symbolises the provision of more personalised and easy-to-use services for the education sector.
Since its launch in 2013, the number of downloads has steadily increased, and e-reading is markedly growing in popularity.
As a long-time advocate for actualising innovative education, EdCity demonstrated its commitment by establishing the 'Innovative Teacher Award' in 2020.
Subscribe to the 'eRead Scheme' to enjoy the delights of online reading
The EMM resources are developed by the Education Bureau (EDB) based on the school curriculum and students' learning needs to facilitate the design of learning and teaching activities and enrich learning experiences for students in kindergarten through secondary schools.
e-Learning was made popular and accessible among students by EdCity's services and resources.
The 'EdData' site was created to standardize data formats, allow safe data access among schools and service providers and simplify administration.
Thanks to cloud computing, EdCity can innovate faster and build websites that are more secure, scalable, and flexible. 'Small Campus' was the first system migrated to the cloud.
The 'eResources Adoption Programme' (eREAP) was launched to source high-quality e-Learning resources from education solution providers all around the world.
'STAR' is an online assessment item bank in cooperation with the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA), Education Bureau (EDB) and EdCity to help gauge students' attainment of basic competencies in Chinese Language, English Language and Mathematics across Key Stages 1, 2 and 3.
'Small Campus', an interactive game-based learning platform catering to primary students, aims to foster students' learning motivation and their self-directed learning habits through various curriculum-based content and interactive games.
With a minimal cost of school subscription to the reading packages, students and teachers can get unrestricted access to the eBooks.
'Go eLearning', a curated teacher professional development platform, was set to help teachers get up to speed on the latest e-Learning tools and strategies.
EdCity was awarded 'The Directors of the Year 2013' in appreciation of exceptional boards and directors, as well as sound corporate governance and director professionalism.
'EdBookShelf', a cross-platform, multi-functional eBook reader, was released to promote digital reading and e-Learning and enhance the effectiveness of learning and teaching.
Co-launched with the Association of I.T. Leaders in Education (AiTLE), the 'WiFi as a Service School Partnership Project' (WaaSchool) scaled up information technology infrastructure in schools by providing a reliable and convenient WIFI network.
The 'EdConnect Directory Service' was launched to allow users with a single sign-on ID to access eTextbooks and eResources from different service providers. This was to promote a robust, diversified and sustainable e-Learning market.
A vacant school site was granted to EdCity as a long-term office.
Organised by EdCity, the 'Learning and Teaching Expo', Hong Kong's first-ever education exhibition, made its debut. It offered a platform for teaching professionals around the region to acquire and exchange industry knowledge and best practices.
'Teacher Cabinet' offers personal cloud storage services, in addition to email and personal calendar applications, for teachers to manage their daily tasks with ease and security.
Launched the 'Online Question Bank', an online assessment platform, in collaboration with the Hong Kong Examination and Assessment Authority (HKEAA) to promote 'Assessment for Learning'.
Established 'Resources Depository', a one-stop portal of free-to-access, quality-assured learning and teaching resources
The Executive Committee was founded to oversee EdCity's financial and internal control systems, vet and approve major investments and business arrangements.
EdCity relocated to a new office in Cyberport.
Partnered with the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA) to establish a school-based assessment support website for the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination (HKCEE) Chinese and English subjects.
Launched a high-resolution online ETV platform
Relocated servers to an industry-standard data centre to provide stable and steady operations for the EdCity website.
Established the 'Learning and Teaching Resources Bank' to support the 'Electronic Learning Credit Scheme'.
'Hong Kong Reading City' provides quality Chinese and English eBooks in a wide variety of categories and levels suitable for use in primary and secondary schools to promote a 'Read and Share' environment.
EdCity relocated to a new office in Cheung Sha Wan.
On 27 May 2002, Hong Kong Education City Ltd was incorporated as a wholly-owned company of the Government.
Temporary offices were set up at CUHK and Wu Chung House (EDB) for the Quality Education Fund project team.