LINUS: Newsletter of the NUS Libraries
Published four times a year, the newsletter aims to keep library users informed about library services, resources and activities. You can view LINUS on the blog at LINUS Blog.
NUS History Bibliography
The NUS Libraries has updated the bibliography on the history of the National University of Singapore as part of our contribution to the NUS Centennial celebrations. The bibliography was first published in 1995 to celebrate NUS's 90th anniversary. The updated bibliography contains citations in the English and Chinese language. Most of the items cited are available in the NUS Libraries.
The following guides are published annually:
- Guide to NUS Libraries
This guide contains information about the NUS Libraries system as well as library services, resources and facilities.
Our Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors: a Biographical Sketch
The NUS Libraries is pleased to present Our Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors: a Biographical Sketch as part of its Centenary celebrations in 2005. It provides a broad overview of the University, including its history, its present structure and the personalities involved that helped shaped the institution.
Primary Materials on Chinese Education in Singapore, 1819-1959
Compiled by Lee Ching Seng, 2001.
Professor Donald Anthony Low Collection
A collection of books covering various aspects of South Asian history and in particular, Indian history. The collection was gifted to the NUS Libraries by Professor Donald Anthony Low in March 2005.
A Sense of History: a select bibliography on the history of Singapore
Compiled by Tim Yap Fuan. This select bibliography lists primary and secondary sources on the history of Singapore from its earliest times through the period of British rule, interrupted briefly by the Japanese occupation, to independence and thereafter. The bibliography will be useful to students and researchers interested in the history of Singapore.
A Sense of History: a select bibliography on the history of Singapore (in Chinese)
Compiled by Lee Ching Seng, 1998.
Singapore Literature: a select bibliography of critical writings
Compiled by Tim Yap Fuan, 2000. The bibliography contains English-language publications on Singapore literature, Singapore fiction, Singapore poetry and Singapore drama & theatre. It is useful to researchers and laypersons interested in critical writings about Singapore literature.
Staff Papers & Conference Presentations
This bibliography lists papers presented at various conferences by NUS Libraries staff
The Scientific Crucible: Science Education in NUS Since 1929
The Scientific Crucible was originally published in 2009 by the Science Library as part of the 80th anniversary of the Faculty of Science, National University of Singapore. It serves as an important reference, highlighting both the key milestones as well as the rich heritage of the Faculty since 1929. This dynamic publication is constantly updated to reflect recent historical events and the evolution in courses and programmes being taught at the Faculty of Science .