Pandemic IL series: A Picture Says a Thousand Words; But Words Don’t Come Easy

This is a celebratory dedication through words and sentences, to our library and information colleagues, especially instruction librarians, who may have during the ongoing pandemic, experienced P.A.I.N. and P.R.I.D.E. in various ways. Pandemonium We all coped differently with the constantly changing directives and protocols from governments, agencies and institutions but most librarians continued to ‘keep …

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LAS Online Event: Understanding Dyslexia (12/01/22 @ 3PM)

Dear LAS Community Join us in the new year as our invited speaker Mr. Steven Sim, shares his expertise on understanding Dyslexia. Steven Sim is a Senior Educational Therapist with Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) since 2015, and is a valuable member of the DAS outreach team in increasing general awareness of dyslexia amongst teachers, …

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Pandemic IL Series: Let’s Go Digital – Highlights from the SURE programmes 2021

For the first time this year, the National Library Board’s Prove It! Contest went fully digital. An annual school event since 2013, student teams from 27 secondary schools put their information literacy and creativity skills to the test. Videos were created by the students, sharing their experiences of applying the S.U.R.E. (Source, Understand, Research, Evaluate) …

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Pandemic IL Series: Pain and Pride @ NTU

The move to virtual instructional workshops happened suddenly and quickly gave librarians little time to fully explore the features of these new mediums before implementation. This move especially highlighted the importance of teamwork and the need to set clear learning objectives for our workshops. Firstly, to understand the user experience better, we conducted many dry …

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