香港大學許士芬地質博物館 Stephen Hui Geological Museum

本文由 edb-thomascfng 在 2014-01-10 發表於 "地球科學" 討論區

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    許士芬地質博物館為讓不同年齡的參觀者親自體會館中展品以認識地球與其演變,並致力提供有關地球科學的研究資料和生活應用的知識。

    本館為全港首創之唯一地質博物館。

    本館位於香港大學本部,轄屬本大學地球科學系,該系為本港唯一提供地球科學學位課程的大學組織。

    本館特為社區及大學之間提供此平台,提倡愛護和欣賞地球的重要性,並發揚地球科學及其對現今本港環境的應用和密切性。 本館的收藏品、展覽品及活動,為地球科學教育重要的資源,為大學生、中小學生及公眾提供課室以外學習地球科學的機會。 配合公共宣傳活動,推行對教育團體的導遊和樣本外借服務,本館冀將地球科學融合於中小學的課程中,以建立一個「地球科學和社會」的概念。

    地址:
    香港薄扶林道
    香港大學厲樹雄科學館地下及一樓

    電話: 2241 5472

    免費入場

    博物館開放時間:
    星期一至五 下午1:00 - 6:00
    早上預留舉辦導賞活動
    星期六、日,公眾假期及大學假期休息

    http://www.earthsciences.hku.hk/shmuseum/chi/index.php


    The mission of the Stephen Hui Geological Museum is to provide an attractive object-based learning facility for understanding the nature and evolution of our planet to visitors of all ages and to inspire an appreciation of the dynamic natural world of Earth Sciences, its research and its application to daily life.

    It is the first and only geological museum in Hong Kong.

    It is located on the campus of the University of Hong Kong as part of the Department of Earth Sciences of the Faculty of Sciences, which has the unique role as the only provider of Earth Science education in Hong Kong.

    Therefore it is the obligation of the Stephen Hui Geological Museum to offer an attractive interface between the Hong Kong University and the community of Hong Kong to encourage stewardship of the Earth and promote an understanding of the value of Earth Science and its application and relevance to Hong Kong's modern environment.

    Through its collection, exhibits and activities the Stephen Hui Geological Museum provides a center for extra-classroom educational opportunities in Earth Sciences not only to university students but also to primary and secondary schools and the general public and aims to become a recognized resource of Earth Science education in Hong Kong. Public outreach activities in form of organized school group visits and programs as well as loan out services to educational bodies aim to integrate Earth Sciences into the school syllabus and establish a general vision of 'Earth Science and the community'.

    Address:
    James Lee Science Building, G/F & 1/F
    The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road,
    Hong Kong, China

    Telephone: 2241 5472

    Admission is free

    Museum Opening Hours:
    Mondays to Fridays from 1pm to 6pm
    Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.
    Weekday mornings are reserved for guided group tours.

    http://www.earthsciences.hku.hk/shmuseum/index.php
     
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