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Pandemic IL Series: Pain and Pride @ NTU

The move to virtual instructional workshops happened suddenly and quickly gave librarians little time to fully explore the features of these new mediums before implementation. This move especially highlighted the importance of teamwork and the need to set clear learning objectives for our workshops. Firstly, to understand the user experience better, we conducted many dry …

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HYGGE – A NEW SPACE FOR WELLBEING BY NTU LIBRARY

Launch of Hygge and A Familiar Forest  Hygge was officially opened by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) President Professor Subra Suresh on 21 January 2021. In conjunction with the official opening of the new space, NTU Museum also presented the inaugural exhibition, A Familiar Forest by environmental artist Zen Teh. The exhibition was part of National Arts Council’s Singapore Art Week 2021 from 22 January 2021 to …

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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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