Resources

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NTU Research Data Repository is Certified as Trusted Data Repository

Nanyang Technological University (NTU)’s research data repository, DR-NTU (Data), was launched by NTU Library in November 2017, with a mission to curate, store, preserve, make available and enable the download of digital data generated by the NTU research community in various disciplines. The requirement to deposit and share final research data was stipulated in NTU […]

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Webinar Round-up: Preparing For Post-COVID Professional Development With Skilltype

On 29 October 2020, Tony Zanders (founder and CEO) introduced how Skilltype can assist libraries and information professionals with job skill analysis and development to “future-proof” our profession. Based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Tony stayed up late to present this webinar to LAS. We also wish to thank Yale-NUS College for sponsoring the Zoom platform.

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SIT Library Use Case: Roster Smarter

Roster creation is part of library operations, whether for manning a service desk, conducting information literacy classes or library tours, complicated by the need to account for operations requirements, staff leave requests, and even staff personalities. While there are a host of roster planning tools on the market, small libraries like Singapore Institute of Technology’s

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Eye on Asia: Your first-stop resource centre for connecting with Asia

In a time of rapid change and disruption, libraries can play a key role in preparing our users for the future by providing curated information and resources. In this post, the National Library shares one of its latest initiatives, Eye on Asia, targeted at Singaporeans who wish find out more about developments in ASEAN countries, China and India, as well as

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An Annotated Bibliography Redux: A Story of Bibliographies, Singapore Literature and Digitization.

Singapore Literature in English: an Annotated Bibliography was originally published in book form in 2008, and featured distinctive, even unique features, such as historical “Notes”, abstracts of contents, and information about the availability of each title. The editor-compiler, NTU Professor Koh Tai Ann, collaborated with NTU Libraries to digitize the bibliography on NTU Libraries’ digital

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