For Teachers and Students of all Phase II Participating Schools
For students, according to your school's pre-selection, please login by using:
- Google / Google Classroom or
- Microsoft / Azure
For teachers, please login by using:
- Native Account (input the Email and Password fields)
Should you encounter any problem, please create a supports ticket at: https://cuhkjc-aiforfuture.hk/supports
E-Platform Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
This is the login option for students. Please choose either "Google/Google Classroom" or "Microsoft/Azure" according to your school's pre-selection.
KEEP account login
This is the login method for users with a KEEP account. CUHK users could login via this option (select "University account" when login)
Native account login
This is the login option for teachers.
Student’s User Account
- Google / Google Classroom
Please follow the “Forgot Password” instructions from Google to retrieve your login password.
- Microsoft / Azure
Please follow the “Forgot Password” instructions from Microsoft to retrieve your login password.
- Please follow the “Forgot Password” instructions from KEEP platform to retrieve your login password.
Teacher’s User Account
- Native Account
Please submit a support request.
Future-AI Moodle & Master Course
- Teaching PowerPoint Notes
- Teaching and Learning Package
- Self-directed Learning Videos
- Online AI Experiments
- Chapter End Assessment Exercises
This project utilises and customises the JupyterHub platform to support some of the online experiments of the AI Curriculum.
You can access to the JupyterHub platform directly via:
- Direct links to a specific experiment in “Master Course”, or
- Shortcut links in “E-Platform Portal”, or
For more information about JupyterHub, you can also refer to https://jupyter.org/hub
i) Each Project School will be entitled for no more than 232 user-hours (user-hours = number of users*hours used by each user) per week on the GPU resources.
ii) To better utilize the GPU resources, and to allow students to play around with more different AI experiments by reducing the number of concurrent users, Project Schools are recommended to divide students into groups to play with each experiment.
iii) Testing and preparation on “Interaction” (IN) or “Empowerment” (EM) Modules by teachers are recommended to be conducted outside normal school hours (i.e. before 0800 and after 1730), to reduce potential collision with classroom usage.
iv) The servers are scheduled to be under maintenance during 2300 to 0200 every day.
v) Any system update, policy changes or special maintenance will be announced in the “Announcement Section” on Moodle.
vi) Limited technical support will be provided during school and public holidays.
2. Usage Policies
i) JupyterHub session will be timed out after no user activity is observed for two hours.
ii) Users should only use the web platform to access the course materials according to the instructions provided. Any other non-designed usages are strictly prohibited.
iii) The Project will provide a Jupyter Notebook in the server so that users can check the current GPU usage in the server.
3. Memory Policies
i) Memory available for each user is 300 MB.
ii) Chapter 3 EM, Chapter 4 IN & EM, Chapter 5 EM, Chapter 6 EM involve uploading user data. Users should pay more attention to those chapters.
iii) Users can check the current memory usage of their accounts in Moodle.
iv) The data stored in the web platform will be reset every academic year.
Step 1: Log-in JupyterHub platform.
Step 2: Open “check_server_status” folder.
Step 3 : Click “Check_server_status.ipynb” to start the Jupyter Notebook.
Step 4: In Jupyter Notebook, you can check the memory usage of the server. You can check the usage data of each chapter by selecting the experiment from the drop-down list. The unit of memory usage is Byte.
If you see a “No such file or directory” error, usually because the corresponding experiment does not keep user-created data in the server.
Step 5: You can also use the Jupyter Notebook to check GPU usage data by clicking the “Check GPU Usage” button.
Step 6: You can check the availabilities of the experiment(s) of each chapter based on available GPU resources by clicking the button “Runnable Experiments”. You can also view how many experiments you can start based on available GPU resources.
Inside the “Student Surveys”, click the top right gear icon, under the “Course Administration” > “Reports” > “Activity Completion”.
If the gear icon is not available, please submit a support request.
Chapter End Assessments
You may review answers of an individual student and re-grade his/her assessments if necessary.
If the “Attempts” link is not visible, please submit a support request.
Moodle in General
There is also a Moodle Teaching Next Level course after finishing the basic course - Admins: Moodle Admin Basics, please visit https://learn.moodle.org/.
If you prefer to check articles and documentation, please visit https://docs.moodle.org/38/en/Table_of_Contents.