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Are you curious about what librarians in Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library have been doing recently?  Let’s take a look at what’s been happening at HSSML Training Room (3rd floor). This screen looks familiar. It looks like a database interface! Yes, this is a popular business database – Business Source Premier! Students are sitting up […]

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The Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies (ALCNS) saw its first intake of undergraduates in 2006. Since then, NUS Libraries has actively collaborated with the teaching staff to build up the nursing collection, which is funded by the Centre. To date, there are more than 1200 books, 30 print periodicals, 70 multimedia, as well as […]

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EndNote X3 for NUS Staff and Students

EndNote X3, the latest version of the reference management software, has been available to NUS staff and students via the Software Catalogue since September 2009. For a guide to installing and using EndNote, check out  http://www.lib.nus.edu.sg/lion/e/endnoteguide.html. Have you been unable to locate certain output or journal citation styles in EndNote? To facilitate faster start-up, the typical […]

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FASS Open House 2008

Libraries? Is that a discipline my daughter can major in?”, a pleasant but sweaty looking lady inquired at the library booth, last week at the FASS Open House. I regretfully disabused her of that notion and handed her a flyer which highlighted our rich library resources. I also told her that whichever discipline her child […]

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