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In Light of Covid-19: NTU Library’s E-Offerings

In view of the COVID-19 situation in Singapore, a Nanyang Technological University (NTU) campus-wide closure was initiated on 6 April 2020. The closure included the 7 libraries but NTU Library continued to provide dedicated library services to all our users remotely through new and existing digital platforms. A communication campaign was launched to assure users …

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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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A collage of pictures of the event.

Guangxi Bookshelves Project – Book Donation Ceremony at NTU

NTU Chinese Library hosted the Book Donation Ceremony of the Guangxi Bookshelves Project on 13 Nov 2015. The Guangxi Bookshelves Project, a 5-year book donation project with a value of RMB 400,000 (equal to S$85,000), was initiated and sponsored by the Federation of Literary and Art Circles of Guangxi with the Association of Guangxi Studies …

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Group photo taken during the launch of the Nantah Bibliography, from left to right: Mr Soon Min Yam, Prof I Lo-fen, Mr Choy Fatt Cheong, Mrs Chia, Mrs Chia Ban Seng, Prof Liu Hong, Prof Lee Guan Kin, Prof Zhou Min, Ms Ruan Yang

Launch of the Digital Bibliography on the history of Nanyang University

The Bibliography on the history of Nanyang University (in short, Nantah Bibliography) is an online open access bibliography related to the Nanyang University. The only overseas Chinese language university founded in Singapore from 1955 to 1980. Nantah had a profound impact on the Chinese community in Singapore and Malaysia, and held a critical position in …

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