(Issue 123/March 2019) The Library Recommendation Week commences in the week of 18 March 2019. Please take this chance to suggest any book items you want by simply filling in the form. The more books you recommend, the more extensive our collection is!
(Issue 122/February 2019) The role of higher education is shifting in today’s world which brings a particular resonance to academe. A vital source for inspiring academic success becomes essential that a 4-volume set of ‘The Chronicle Productivity Guides’ is acquired. This volume set touches on four main aspects: • Writing & Publishing • Service & […]
(Issue 121/February 2019) Today we are witnessing a shifting paradigm of higher education. The Library acquired an insightful collection from the Chronicle of Higher Education to prepare the need for perspective, knowledge and wisdom about this shifting academe. These new additions cover different aspects of colleges and universities, presenting with case studies, research results and […]
(Issue 120/January 2019) As the most prestigious award in the world, the Noble Prize honors intellectual achievements. In order to highlight an appreciation “for the greatest benefit of mankind”, the Library has collected some marvellous pieces in Literature. Those giants’ works are now just one click away, what are you waiting for?
(Issue 120/January 2019) Still stretching on tenterhooks of passing IELTS? The Library is here for you! We are providing you with new online IELTS preparation courses. All you need to do: click HERE ! Net Languages IELTS Preparation Course provides online English courses which are targeted for IELTS examination preparation. The Library subscribes to the […]
(Issue 118/December 2018) Nowadays, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer sci-fi. As what Professor Toby Walsh, the author of Machines that think: the future of artificial intelligence says in his book: AI gives influence over numerous areas in different paths, it brings us “some good and some bad”. So, should we start worrying about where […]
(Issue 115/October 2018) It is so well known that, as a ‘Twitter President’, Donald Trump always tweets with the masses and connects with the country. Christian Fuchs, the author of ‘Digital Demagogue: Authoritarian Capitalism in the Age of Trump and Twitter’, however, holds a counter opinion by delving into new explanations on the facilitating rise […]
(Issue 114/October 2018) The Library Recommendation Week commences in the week of 22 October 2018. Don’t miss the chance to suggest any book items you want by simply filling up the form here. The more books you recommend, the more extensive our collection is!
(Issue 109/July 2018) The Philosophical notes on “The little prince” is an enlightening reading. Instead of being heavily philosophical, it is more about dream, childhood, life, love, loneliness, and choices. The Little Prince is so popular across generations. However, there is an impression that this is an easy-to-read and there are no great thoughts in […]
(Issue 108/June 2018) Out of suffering from constant oppression and prolonged starvation in North Korea, Park Yeon Mi, even being vilified as a defector, has decided to flee from harrowing ordeals and run for a new life, who is not longing for luxuries but food. It takes exceptional strength of character for Park to write […]