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Librarians Shaping the Edu-Tech Landscape: NUS Libraries at EDUTech Asia 2023, Asia’s Largest Conference for Educators

The EDUTech 2023 Conference was buzzing with excitement as librarians from NUS Libraries showcased the flagship immersive technology Jumpstart Minis programme and efforts to increase scalability, serviceability and sustainability in blended learning. Wondering how learning platforms have been used to achieve greater manpower efficiency? Or how students and learners can be empowered with immersive technology […]

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SAUL-RSTF Webinar: Rethinking Scholarly Communication in the Age of AI – A Recap

Illuminating, thought-provoking, and fun – that’s the gist of the webinar, supplied by participants, not ChatGPT. Organised by the Singapore Alliance of University Libraries – Research Services Task Force (SAUL-RSTF), the webinar took place on 1 Nov 2023. The objective of the webinar is to provide a platform for knowledge sharing on the promises and

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Misinformation Mayhem Puzzle Displays – Notes from a Teacher Librarian

NTU Library hosted Ms Joanne Wilson for her 10-day work placement in July- Aug 2023. The work placement is a requirement for her Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship) programme at Charles Sturt University. Joanne is currently a teacher-librarian with EtonHouse International School Broadrick. Besides looking after the library collection and spaces, she conducts classes for

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Representing Singapore at the ALA Annual Conference

It’s usually a nerve-wracking experience to put up a presentation of any sort about your work, let along share it on an international stage. However, that’s exactly what our team of librarians from NUS Libraries faced as first-time presenters and attendees at the 2023 American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference! Blown Away by the “Windy

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