HKU launches mobile learning platform via campus WiFi for tech-savvy students The University of Hong Kong has launched a mobile learning platform that enables students to obtain course materials and check results using their mobile phones, PDAs and hand-held game gadgets through on-campus WiFi networks. The platform has been used in some course teaching and there are plans for this to be expanded. Course on issues over care for the elderly University of Hong Kong's Sau Po Centre on Ageing will hold a short course on legal and ethical issues relating to taking care of the elderly. The course, designed for health care and social services professionals, will cover issues such as euthanasia, negligence and controversies over wills. Four lectures will be held this month and early August. Visit: http://ageing.hku.hk Space exploration tools on show Polytechnic University will showcase a batch of sampling tools for space exploration developed by its researchers, during an exhibition running from today until September 26. Several PolyU and overseas experts will also talk about exploration of possible signs of life in outer space and health issues concerning astronauts during a seminar today. For further details call 34002799 or visit www.ife.polyu.edu.hk/pdo/space . Budding filmmakers meet the professionals A total of 660 secondary students learned techniques from renowned director Peter Chan Ho-sun and cinematographer Arthur Wong Ngok-tai in preparation for a short video contest. The 'Wealth and Life' contest organised by the Independent Commission Against Corruption asked students to make a video to promote healthy attitudes.