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Not sure where to start for your Honors thesis? (Or any other research projects/assignments) Here are 6 tips from your friendly librarians:   1. Start off with a broad literature review for your area of interest Everyone knows what a literature review is, right? If you only have a vague idea, watch this video by NCSU. Back? Good. The […]

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New Chemistry Databases

NUS Libraries has recently added the following six databases from the Royal Society of Chemistry to its electronic resources.  These are abstracts & index databases.  If a link to the full text of the publication is not provided in the database, search the Library catalogue, LINC, to see if the required journal issue or publication […]

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Articles & Sunscreen

Recently, I found a piece of news on the web: photo-ageing can be very severe. Take a look at this: William McElligott’s job involves driving a truck for several hours each day, and he has been doing that for nearly 30 years. As you can see, the left side of his face is severely wrinkled […]

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Why We Implemented FindMore@NUSL

FindMore@NUSL was officially launched on 12 December as our default search on the portal. Even though LINC+ is still available, implementing a new search service is not a move that we take lightly. So what does FindMore@NUSL do? Search across most of our subscribed journals simultaneously The request to search across many databases has always […]

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FindMore@NUSL is our new library search service, based on the latest library technology. What can it do? For starters, FindMore@NUSL searches every item in the library’s collection, including books, journals, multimedia, microform, and music scores. But it also goes down to a deeper level, allowing you to find other items such as journal and newspaper articles. It […]

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Tip: Finding Journal Articles

Librarians can’t resist sharing information, even when it’s vacation. Now here’s a perennial question that plagues students: How do I find journal articles? If you have the citation–e.g. author, article title, journal title, etc–you should search LINC+ with the journal title to check whether we subscribe to either the print or electronic versions of the journal. For more information, check […]

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The Web of Science has added two new citation indexes that allow users to perform integrated searching and citation analysis of journal articles and conference proceedings records within the database. The Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) replaces the IS Proceedings database and covers over 110,000 conference proceedings from 2002 from the Scientific and Technical (CPCI-S) […]

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