Saving the world may not be something you associate with your job responsibilities or duties (unless, of course, you’re watching this movie.) But the work you do helps people become more informed, educated and included every day. That’s right: as experts in facilitating access to information, you already contribute to making the world a better […]
· Topical submissions. e.g. information literacy, trends.
· Interviews, e.g. with Council and committee members.
Editor: Library Association of Singapore (LAS) Publications committee is honoured to have Mr Lionel Lewis share his thoughts on reading and Libraries. As the former goalkeeper of our Singapore national team in the 2000s, Lionel is indeed a well-known figure not only to adults, but to students in their teens as well. We are grateful
Many special librarians and information professionals will agree that technology has always posed a great challenge to our functional role and responsibilities in the corporate environment. In fact, some companies have disbanded their special libraries and information centres and replaced them with mere technological tools to help satisfy their information needs. To some extent, it
Turner, Saralee. 2005 March. Do librarians have a contract with society? Singapore Libraries Bulletin, 15 (1):3-4,6. Why ask such a question? Why bother doing anything except day-to-day work in this profession that involves endless tasks; a lack of appreciation by our supervisors, who are now, more often that not, untrained in librarianship; and little recognition