Latest Print Titles – Journalism & Publishing

1 News 2.0 : can journalism survive the internet?
Hirst, Martin.
Allen & Unwin, 2011.
Call No: PN4784.O62H669
2 The New York Times guide to essential knowledge : a desk reference for the curious mind
The New York Times.
St. Martin’s Press, 2011
Call No: AG6.N532 2011
3 Journalism next : a practical guide to digital reporting and publishing
Briggs, Mark, 1969-
CQ Press, c2013.
Call No: PN4833.B854 2013
4 Feature & magazine writing : action, angle, and anecdotes
David E., 1946-
Wiley-Blackwell, 2005.
Call No: PN4784.F37S956f 2013
5 Media ethics at work : true stories from young professionals
Peck, Lee A.
CQ Press, 2013.
Call No: PN4756.M489e
6 Journalism across boundaries : the promises and challenges of transnational and transborder journalism
Grieves, Kevin, 1966-
Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
Call No: PN5110.G848
7 Feature writing : telling the story
Tanner, Stephen J. (Stephen John).
Oxford University Press, 2012.
Call No: PN4784.F37T167 2012
8 Key readings in journalism
King, Elliot, 1953-
Routledge, 2012
Call No: PN4857.K44
9 Objectivity in journalism
Maras, Steven.
Polity, 2013
Call No: PN4784.O24M311
10 Publishing in Singapore : country report & directory of members
Singapore Book Publishers Association.
Singapore Book Publishers Association, 2011
Call No: Z464.S55P976

Become the next famous photographer in NTU (and win the new iPad as well!)

Capture the essence of ”LibraryLand” – People, Places, Possibilities – and become the next famous photographer in NTU (and win the new iPad as well!) by participating in this photo contest.

For more details and the terms & conditions of this contest, please click here.

Submit your snaps to before 31 May 2013!

Latest Print Titles – Information Studies

1 Bringing the arts into the library
Smallwood, Carol, 1939-
ALA Editions, an imprint of the American Library Association, 2014.
Call No: Z716.4.B858
2 Words of life : celebrating fifty years of the Hesburgh Library’s message, mural, and meaning
Schmitt, Bill.
University of Notre Dame Press, 2013.
Call No: Z733.U865S355
3 Computational solutions for knowledge, art, and entertainment : information exchange beyond text
Ursyn, Anna, 1955-
Information Science Reference, 2014.
Call No: HD30.2.U82
4 An inspiration to all who enter : fifty works from Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, 2013.
Call No: Z733.B4B422
5 Managing implied information and connotative features in multilingual human-computer interaction
Alexandris, Christina.
Novinka, 2013.
Call No: QA76.9.U83M266
6 Animation, embodiment, and digital media : human experience of technological liveliness
Chow, Kenny K. N, 1971-
Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Call No: QA76.9.H85C552
7 Transforming the Bodleian
Heaney, Michael.
De Gruyter Saur, 2012.
Call No: Z675.U5T772tb
8 Multimedia information retrieval : theory and techniques
Raieli, Roberto.
Chandos Publishing, 2013.
Call No: Z699.R149
9 The library : a world history
Campbell, James W. P.
University of Chicago Press, 2013.
Call No: Z721.C188
10 Just getting started : Edmonton public library’s first 100 years, 1913-2013
Babiak, Todd, 1972-
University of Alberta Press, 2013.
Call No: Z736.E36B114

GO-FAR 2011: South Thailand

This year, the GO-FAR students visited South Thailand and produced a series of photographic essays on indigenous cultures, marginalized communities and the 2004 Asian tsunami. The Library is pleased to hold the photo exhibition in collaboration with the GO-FAR team and we would like to invite you to:


A sneak peek of the exhibition in ACRC:


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Also on display are some books and DVDs relating to the themes of the exhibition. Here is a  listing of these titles:
GO-FAR 2011 Bibliography – ACRC

GO-FAR 2010 exhibition | Timor-Leste: Nation in the making

This year, 17 students from the GO-FAR (Going Overseas for Advanced Reporting) programme were in Timor-Leste for 17 days of intensive reportage. One of the poorest nations in Asia, Timor-Leste has suffered a traumatic Indonesian occupation and independence struggle. From language and education to oil and coffee, the team explored the many facets of the evolving Timorese identity, as well as the pressing issues they currently face. The Library is pleased to hold the photo exhibition in collaboration with the GO-FAR team and we would like to invite you to:


For more stories and multimedia content produced by the GO-FAR team, visit:

GO-FAR exhibition at ACRC & LWNL

A stark contrast to its booming IT hub of Bengaluru (Bangalore), the rural side of Karnataka epitomizes one of the epic dramas of our age: the struggle for subsistence that continues in parallel with the creation of vast wealth in Asia’s economic revolution.


The GO-FAR 2008 team will uncover this less-reported side of India’s transformation.

For more information, please visit

15th Sept – 3rd Oct, Asian Communication Resource Centre
6th – 17th Oct, Lee Wee Nam Library