SAGE Research Methods (SRM) provides useful information to researchers, faculty and students from writing a research question, conducting a literature review, choosing a research method, collecting and analysing data, and writing up the findings.
Please join this free workshop (10th & 11th June 2016) which gathers publics, local and international scholars, civil society groups and policymakers to examine and discuss the various processes, planning practices, technologies and social actors involved in assembling plans and projects that are shaping Singapore’s urban futures.
You can now have access to over hundreds of OverDrive e-books and audio books from NTU Libraries. Titles include fiction and nonfiction, and encompass a range of subjects such as literature and anthologies, history and politics, science and technology, self-improvement and sociology.
Check out the top 20 books checked out from HSS Library during Semester One AY2015/2016.