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  1. National Online Repository of the Arts (NORA)

    NORA is a database showcasing over 400 digitised works in the literary, performing and visual arts by prominent Singapore artists. As a source of reference for those interested in Singapore arts, NORA aims to digitally preserve Singapore’s arts heritage and create awareness about Singapore’s arts and culture.

    Available at all libraries and from home.

  2. Naxos Music Library is an online streaming music database offering music from over 770 labels, including well-known names like Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, Sony Classical, Warner Classics - Parlophone (former EMI Classics) and many more.

    Available at all libraries and from home.

  3. Naxos Music Library Jazz is an online streaming jazz music database offering music from over 250 labels, including well-known names such as Blue Note Records, Warner Jazz, EMI, Fantasy and others.

    Available at all libraries and from home.

  4. Previously known as NetLibrary, eBooks (which include audiobooks) are now searchable on the EBSCOhost platform, providing a single source for discovering book content. It offers easy-to-use functionality with access to the latest content and best-selling titles (including Singapore & Southeast Asia titles) from the world's leading publishers. Its new EBSCOhost interface supports useful features such as browsing by subject area and by latest titles added to a library's collection; viewing of table of contents; searching by specific terms with hyperlinked pages; navigation of chapters and sections; optional download capabilities and much more.

    Available at all libraries and from home.

  5. NewspaperSG

    NewspaperSG is an online resource of current and historic Singapore and Malaya newspapers. You can search our digital archive of newspapers published in Singapore, or find information on over 200 newspaper titles in the National Library's microfilm collection.

    Unlimited archive access is via the multimedia media stations at the libraries. Full article access from home (watermarked) is from 1831 to 1989 only.