Tag Archives: business libraries

NLB launches new digital business library

(23 October 2017, Singapore)  Singapore residents with an account with the National Library Board (NLB) can now access business resources in a new digital business library. The new online portal was launched on Monday (October 23) by NLB, in conjunction with OverDrive, a mobile application that allows users to borrow eBooks and audiobooks. Users can […]


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NTU hiring senior librarian for business library and for new media group

(2 December 2016) Nanyang Technological University Libraries invites applications for the position of Librarian or Senior Librarian in its Business Library.  The successful candidate will provide tailored professional services and information support to students and staff in the Banking & Finance Division by developing, managing and providing access to specialized information resources, and to ensure […]


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SMU hiring Business Research Librarian

(15 March 2016)  Management University (SMU) Libraries is seeking an enthusiastic librarian to join a team of librarians who contribute to research, teaching and learning excellence at SMU. This position serves as the liaison for faculty and students from the Lee Kong Chian School of Business (LKCSB) and related programs. The position holder works in […]


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State Library of Victoria transformation secured, to help our kids learn

(29 April 2015) The 2015-16 State Budget will provide AUD$55.4 million to transform the State Library of Victoria, Australia, bringing it to the doorstep of primary and secondary students across the state and their families. Minister for Creative Industries, Martin Foley, made the announcement today while visiting the library, which attracts almost 1.8 million people […]


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11th Annual Meeting of Asia Pacific Business School Librarians’ Group

(5 April 2015) Themed Future of Business Libraries: issues and challenges,  business libraries must remain relevant in the coming years. This meeting examines the issues. The venue is Macquarie University Library, Sydney, Australia, 23-25 September 2015.


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