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World Library & Information Congress 2013 - presentation on Art, Design & Media Library

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A presentation on the Art, Design & Media Library, NTU Singapore during a library visit by a delegation from the World Library and Information Congress 2013.

A presentation on the Art, Design & Media Library, NTU Singapore during a library visit by a delegation from the World Library and Information Congress 2013.

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  • 1. WLIC 2013 Visit to Art, Design & Media Library on 23 August 2013
  • 2. Library as Place Anandasivam, K., Anandasivam, C., & Cheong. (2008). Designing a creative learning environment: NTU's new Art, Design and Media Library. The Electronic Library, 26(5), 650-661.
  • 3.  Research lectures  Faculty Showcase  Student Showcase  Class critique  Experiments  Photo shoots & Filming
  • 4. Research lectures
  • 5. Faculty showcases Evolve into a “Rasika” at Paul Kohl’s “Rasa” photography exhibition
  • 6. Faculty showcases Joan Kelly’s Zones of Contact
  • 7. Student Showcase
  • 8. Student Showcase
  • 9. Class critiques
  • 10. Librarians as Consultants Choy Fatt Cheong. (2012). 5 Rules of Engagement for Librarians (LB-58-20120323-2.pdf)
  • 11. 5 Rules of Engagement for Librarians 1. Librarians are experts 2. Every librarian a friend of users 3. Every encounter with users should add value to them 4. Users must have high demand and expectation of librarians 5. Library’s critical role in knowledge work must be widely recognized and acknowledged.
  • 12. In Scholarly Communication  Accessing knowledge of library networks to assist in dissemination of scholarly or creative outputs  Connecting publishers or journal editors to faculty who wishes to publish
  • 13. Future Developments  Assistance and guidance in creating and maintaining scholar profiles or author IDs. ThomsonReuters Researcher ID 2. Google Scholar ID & My citations 3. Scopus Author ID 4. ORCID 5. Mendeley and more 1.  Exploration of the value of altmetrics to Art and Design research
  • 14. WLIC 2013 The End

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