The Curtin Singapore Library holds a collection of essential and recommended textbooks that support the programs offered at Curtin Singapore. Degree students also have access to online resources available on the Curtin University library’s website.
Please note the Library will operate from 10:00am to 4:00pm Mondays to Fridays only during 13 July to 27 November 2020 until further notice.
Students are required to register at this link during this period to access the Library.
Computer workstations are available in the library for students’ use. Each station is equipped with internet access and office applications. Students may use these stations during the library’s operating hours by logging in with their Curtin ID and password.
Group discussion rooms
Three group discussion rooms are available to students upon advance booking at the library counter. Each room is equipped with projectors and power points and can accommodate a group size of two to six students.
The reading area in the library is a designated quiet zone. This area is reserved for reading and individual studying activities only.
Printing and photocopying services
Printers/photocopiers are located at the library for you to use during library operating hours. To print, students will need to top-up their printing credits using cash by presenting their Curtin Student ID card at the library counter.
Student can find physical textbooks via Curtin Singapore Library catalogue.
E-Books, E-Journals and Other Online Resources
Degree students can access online resources including e-books, e-journals and databases via Curtin University Library catalogue.
Curtin Singapore Library conduct workshops every study period to help students to find peer-reviewed journals, using ProQuest database, organise research using EndNote citation software, and how to avoid plagiarism.
Student also can sign up for online workshop offered by Curtin University Library here.
Study and Research Guides
Students can find study and research guides (e.g. finding journal articles, academic writing and study skills, evaluating online resources, effective internet searching) created by Curtin University Library here.
Study Skill Support
Students can find tips, resources and interactive guides on academic writing, better referencing (quoting and paraphrasing), time management and more via Curtin University’s The Learning Centre here.
For library assistance, please email us at email@example.com.