In the fourth and final post on this cycle of ‘A Day in the Life’ Programme, the presenters from NTU Library share their reflections. Mr Tan Chiang Wee – Institutional Repositories and Open Access Policy I am glad that we used the lesson plan method to plan our presentations for the programme. It helped me […]
· Training notes, conference reports (ex-LAS) etc.
· New books on librarianship
NTU Library played host to a small group of seven librarians on 26 July 2023 under ‘A Day in the Life’ Programme. It was a full day with the following topics covered: Activities included presentations, quizzes, discussions, physical tours, and games. “Homework” was a group writing assignment capturing insights and learning points. Planning Approach The
In the second of four posts, three more participants from this cycle of ‘A Day in the Life’ Programme, Marcus Leong, Quek Tze Guek and Yasmin Ally share their impressions in the following video: Contributed by: Marcus Leong, NIE LibraryQuek Tze Guek, NUS LibrariesYasmin Ally, NTU Library
This cycle of ‘A Day in the Life’ took seven participants across three academic libraries–NIE Library, SUTD Library and NTU Library–who were gracious hosts that did not skimp on sharing what they do, how they do it, and why they do it, and made for an enriching month of July. In the first of four
The diversity in the Indian naming conventions with the abundance of names affects the way in which resources are discovered. As a result, there is a need for standardization to help with the creation of uniform access points.