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  1. A non-fiction database with 115,000 content that caters to the different reading levels, hundreds of videos, interactive maps and more.

    Accessibility features for Scholastic GO! include tab navigation, video closed captioning and read aloud.

    Available at all libraries and from home. Please note that to use this Scholastic GO! database, you will be leaving the NLB eResources website and entering the Scholastic GO! database website. NLB is not responsible for the content and any terms of use of external websites. You must ensure that you comply with the terms of use of the Scholastic GO! database website and the Scholastic Learning Zone Privacy Policy if you choose to use it.

  2. Singapore and ISO Standards Collection

    This database provides access to the full collection of more than 500 Singapore Standards and selected ISO Standards such as Code of Practices in the Workplace Safety and Health Act and Management Standards. It includes commonly referred standards by users in the industry, academic and government. These standards are available in full-text in this electronic database, except those standards with copyright restriction for e-circulation, i.e. CP 5. To search for a standard, please leave a spacing between the prefix and the standard number, e.g. SS 600 or ISO 9001.

    Available at all libraries.

  3. Singapore Digitised Books

    Discover Singapore through images digitised from printed sources, including rare imprints from the Singapore National Library's collection as well as from the British Library's Oriental & India Office Collection.

    Available at all libraries and from home.

  4. Singapore Infopedia

    Singapore Infopedia is an electronic encyclopedia on Singapore, providing access to articles on Singapore's history, culture, people, and events. Each article provides an overview of a topic and is accompanied by references that could be used to research the topic further. Related images in selected articles and cross-referencing between related articles help to create a fuller understanding of a particular topic.

    Available at all libraries and from home.

  5. An eBook platform providing access to the publications and research resources from the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and World Scientific Publishing. It features books and perspectives on social sciences, history and geography and more. This is an excellent resource for students and researchers focusing on comparative regional studies.

    Accessibility features for Southeast Asian Collections from ISEAS and World Scientific Publishing include colour customisation, contrast levels and fonts, zoom up to 400%, keyboard navigation, speech recognition and screen reader support. For more information on Accessibility, click here.

    Available at all libraries and from home.

  6. Collection of SPH Media Newspapers including The Straits Times, The Business Times, etc. Depending on the newspapers, access to previous issues varies from 7 to 13 days.

    Accessibility feature for SPH Media Newspapers includes zooming.

    Available at all libraries and from home.

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