On 23 February 2017, four authors who have been shortlisted in the Singapore Literature Prize participated in a panel discussion about writing and Literature in Singapore. Four fairly interesting points from the panel talk have been chosen to be highlighted in this blog post.
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With the current trend for greater push for effective teaching through the adoption of latest research and technology, many educators in higher education institutions are feeling the pressure to find ways to enhance the quality of their teaching. James M. Lang, a professor of English and the Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at Assumption College in Worcester, MA, shared his insights on some possible ways educators can effectively make use of the those precious few minutes before the class ends that can enhance students’ learning.
A Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor and dean has decided to do something that might radically change the higher education landscape – setting up an university with no lectures, no classrooms and no majors!
You can now search within an e-Journal titles in OneSearch! Check out two other improved features like articles discovery with “Search within Publication” and Search keyword with auto-complete which makes accessing E-journals a lot easier!