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3D Interactive Map Enhancements

We have two enhancements in our 3D Interactive Map to shout about. You might already be familiar with the 3D Map feature for C J Koh Law, Central and Chinese Library. Now, you can add Music Library to the list of NUS libraries accessible in 3D! Explore its nooks and crannies as you tour the […]

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NUS Open House 2009

NUS Libraries exhibited at the NUS Open House this year as part of the Life on Campus display. Together with Office of Student Affairs, Centre for the Arts and University Town, we set out to give potential students a glimpse of what life in NUS consisted of. There are not only cultural and artistic pursuits, […]

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Open House at NUS Libraries 2009

To all prospective students and NSFs, the NUS Libraries warmly welcomes you to join us in our library tours during the NUS Open House on 14 & 15 March from 11 am to 4.30 pm. Come and check out the rich, multi-faceted resources and facilities that the libraries have and find out the various services […]

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NUS Central Library in 3D

There’s now a cooler way to explore and discover the Central Library. The 3D library tour using Google Earth technology was launched on 8 August 2008 with the aim of helping users to find their way around the Central Library, the largest of the NUS Libraries. All you need is to download the free Google […]

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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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