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  • New Library Portal – Faster, Simpler, Liberating

    If you haven’t already noticed, our Library Portal has gone through an almost total overhaul, with: intuitive quick links faster access to electronic services consolidated space for library happenings powerful personalisation And that’s not all. Your indispensable discovery service FindMore, as well as the online library catalogue have been given fresh, modern faces that deliver […]

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  • 100 Years Ago….

    Many students, especially students from the Business School, frequent the Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library; but how many know who the library was named after, and why the word “Memorial” is in the name? There are several departments in NUS named after donors who have generously given to the university, such as the C J […]

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  • Try the new 2.0 version of FindMore@NUSL(beta)

    One year after the launch of FindMore@NUSL, we would like to introduce the new 2.0 beta version of our library search at http://nus.preview.summon.serialssolutions.com/!     It’s totally redesigned based on a new take on the existing library search. New features include: Modern, streamlined Interface Jump start your research – 50,000 entries drawn from reference sources like […]

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  • New Self-service Fine Payment Mode is Here!

    The Library has revamped its self-service fine payment facilities! Library users can now pay library fines more conveniently via NETS FlashPay at the self-service payment booth. NETS FlashPay mode is available at all NUS Libraries. When you are paying fines, you will be prompted to enter your matriculation/staff/library membership card number and the fines will […]

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  • Renaming of CL Reference Room

    Since 18 September, the Reference Room at Central Library has been renamed the Peggy Wai Chee Leong-Hochstadt Room. Mrs Peggy Wai Chee Leong-Hochstadt served as the first Chief Librarian of the NUS Library from 1980 till her retirement in July 1991. Mrs Hochstadt was a well-loved leader who was instrumental in the library’s early embrace of […]