– Special collections of each library (physical)
– Unique e-resources of each library
– Curated lists based on themes
– useful work tips

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Introducing Brain Pickings

This post was originally a note written by Mr Choy Fatt Cheong, University Librarian at NTU Libraries to library staff.  Today, I want to introduce you to Maria Popova, or rather her blog, “brainpickings” <>. She is not a librarian, but what she does is very librarianish. She is the perfect candidate if we are …

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June 2014 Update

Hi all, Our apologies for missing out on the May 2014 Editorial, but it was great to see our members continue to contribute to 2 articles for SLB in the month of May (covering LAS visits to places of interest). In the month of June, we need to make an important announcement with regards to …

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March 2014 Update

Hi all, It’s that time of year again for a lot of our institutions to handle financial closing as well as reviewing and tidying up our final year review of performances and start planning for the next FY.  So, I expect a lot of us to be kept rather busy. 2 quick things to update.  …

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Evaluating Customer Satisfaction with Public Libraries

Dr Oh Dong Geun, Keimyung University, was passing through Singapore and gave a talk about his research on customer satisfaction with public libraries in South Korea on 16 June 2010. The talk was part of the NLB Professional Talk series which was open to LAS members. After studying the various tools used to measure customer …

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