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In Light of Covid-19: SIM Library

To help all Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) students with their studies during this period, SIM Library has developed a SIM Student Handy Toolkit* for SIM Library E-databases, that shows how to best maximise the use of their E-databases. These have been sent to all students via the various SIM higher education programme representatives within …

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In Light of Covid-19: NLB’s E-Offerings

Working from home these days? Want to find out more about Covid-19? Need a break? Check out these e-resources from the National Library Board Singapore (NLB). Learning package on pandemics NLB has released a learning package on pandemics covering topics on virus breakouts, pandemics, vaccination and public health in Singapore. It is an 8-part series …

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LAS Visit to NUS Libraries Digital Scholarship Lab and TEL Imaginarium

28 LAS members visited NUS Libraries on 7 June 2019 for a special tour of the Digital Scholarship Lab and TEL Imaginarium. The two facilities are found in the NUS Central Library. The Digital Scholarship Lab is a dedicated space for members of the NUS community to work on digital humanities research projects. It is …

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Digital Scholarship Day at NUS Libraries

With the increasing interest in Digital Humanities and Digital Scholarship (DS), more and more scholars are now trying to use new digital tools and methods for their research. Some researchers may be interested to embark on their first digital project or data visualisation but may be unsure where to begin. To that end, NUS Libraries …

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The Arts Space –  striking a “conversation” with users

These days, with competing distractions and changing perspectives of library users and uses, libraries are finding ways to highlight their special collections and strengths to stay relevant. At the National Library of Singapore, the arts librarians set out to rethink how to promote its collection in a more engaging manner, rather than keeping them on …

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