Musing about librarianship & NUS Career Center on YouTube
NUS librarian Aaron Tay runs a very informative blog called Musing about librarianship. Besides musing, Aaron shares about technology and how the latest developments on the web can be employed by library users.
Besides blogging, Aaron twitters too. Looking at his updates, you wonder when the man goes to sleep!
I stumbled on the NUS Career Center’s YouTube channel yesterday. Their channel is a combination of an audio podcast (those are indicated with the NUS Career centre graphic) and on-the-ground coverage of NUS Career Fair 2009.
Besides these departmental channels, NUS also has an official channel on YouTube.
Check them out!
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