NTU was ranked #3 on the Universities LeaderBoard Ranking at the recently completed 2017 EAC Engineering Academic Challenge. Thanks to all NTU players who contributed to this achievement.
The top 3 players on the Individual Ranking LeaderBoard players were awarded prizes sponsored by Elsevier for their active participation this morning at Lee Wee Nam Library by NTU librarian, David Tan. Congratulations to the 3 – Le Duc Long (MAE), Poh Wai Chang (MAE) and Tran Thu Ha (MSE)!
The first NTU Engineering Academic Challenge (EAC) Marathon 2017 was held at Lee Wee Nam Library Seminar Room on 1 November 2017 from 5 pm to 6:30 pm. Led by the EAC student ambassador, Pae Jian Yi (MAE), 12 NTU postgraduate and undergraduate students answered Week 7’s five challenge questions utilizing their searching skills in Knovel database. Players could view their scores in real-time and prizes were awarded to top scorers playing at the marathon event. Through the event’s activities, players improved their individual ranking, as well as NTU’s ranking, on the institutional EAC Leaderboard. Most students also indicate an improved awareness of the library’s research resources through their participation in the game. The EAC Challenge has been extended until 5 November 2017 so do take the opportunity to play here: https://eac.elsevier.com/
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A warm welcome and Happy new year 2016 to students joining the January 2016 CEE Research programme. Nine postgraduate students attended an afternoon library workshop conducted on 12 January 2016 at Lee Wee Nam Library. Please keep in touch with your CEE librarians: Kong Meng and Lena Sam.
If you are a new postgraduate student and could not attend the workshop, don’t miss the three upcoming library workshops Library Essentials Workshop for Postgraduates on 18, 20 and 22 Jan 2016, 3 pm at Library Seminar Room, Lee Wee Nam Library.
“In celebration of Singapore’s 50th birthday last year and IES’ 50th anniversary in 2016, the Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) launched Engineering Feats @ IES-SG50 competition in July 2015. This is a competition to seek out and recognize the top 50 engineering achievements across the various fields of engineering deemed by Singaporeans to have made the greatest economic, infrastructural or societal impact to Singapore. What do you regard as the most outstanding engineering achievement in Singapore? Send in your nomination to the Engineering Feats @ IES-SG50 competition today, so that it will go down in history as one of the top 50 engineering achievements that had shaped Singapore in the past 50 years.” The closing date for the competition is 15 Jan 2016 so you still have 4 days left to submit your nominations.
Photo credit: ‘Transistor radio’, IES website
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