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About this module

6 January, 2015 - 12:16

Welcome to this free courseware module ‘Hong Kong biodiversity: Case studies’!

This module is taken from the OUHK course BIOL S301 Conservation and Biodiversity, a five-credit, higher level course that is part of the BSc /BSc (Hons) in Environmental Studies programme and the BSc in Applied Science programme, both offered by the School of Science and Technology of the OUHK. This course helps you to expand the much-needed minority of citizens who know what conservation and biodiversity are.

BIOL S301 is delivered via a blended approach to learners and comprises five study units. Each unit contains study content, activities, self-tests, assigned readings, etc for students’ self-learning. This module retains most of these elements, so you can have a taste of what an OUHK course is like. Please note that no credits can be earned on completion of this module. If you would like to pursue it further, you are welcome to enrol in BIOL S301 Conservation and Biodiversity

This module will take you about eight hours to complete, including the time for completing the activities and self-tests (but not including the time for assigned readings). Owing to copyright issues, textbook and assigned readings are not included in the free courseware.

Good luck, and enjoy your study!