The Humanities and Social Sciences Library offers more than just a quiet study area, books and computers. Here’s what you can do at HSS Library:
We would like to encourage you to actively explore our collections. At the library entrance, we offer current news and reviews of best-selling books that will pique your interest. Enjoy the paintings adorning the walls.
Do find out more about famous leaders and scholars in economics, literature, psychology, social work etc. who are featured on the end-panels of our book shelves. Also, browse the wall of “highlights”, furnished with new books, information about new databases, research guides and other useful tools that will help you succeed in NTU.
Discovering New Research Resources
The Web has made it possible to retrieve information quickly and conveniently. Not surprisingly, many students rely heavily on Google for their term paper. But, is Google enough? Check out our collection of 140 databases and over 27,000 electronic journals which provide greater depth of analysis and quality results. Attend our workshops to find out how these resources can help you strengthen your research!
– Ace Your Term Paper
– Beyond Google
– Database: Super-search
– Enhancing your Presentation Skills
Learn how to create a mindmap to capture and organise ideas efficiently. Pick up useful tips to create visually impactful PowerPoint slides and images. Manage your references and format your bibliography effortlessly with EndNote.
Chatting with your Subject Librarians
Need help in the nick of time? For reference assistance, approach us at the reference assistance desk or email your Subject Librarian.