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Welcome to 2013, friends! This year Civica Library & Learning is participating in the Fickr Picture a Day Challenge, with the aim to document our life in both Australia and Singapore. We’ve got a team of happy snappers ready to … Continue reading
Our UK counterpart Civica Education has recently started a blog. It’s a resource dedicated to technology in education and has some interesting and useful posts. http://civicalearningblog.wordpress.com/ Educators in particular, I recommend you add this to your blog roll and follow the posts.
at Civica we often say that we are just one [insert your own adjective ie. big, happy, weird, crazy...] family. we had a happy civica family occasion today and that was to attend the wedding reception of our FIRST CIVICA MARRIAGE!
full story to be filed later, but here’s a few images of our book launch and signing today. 36 of Singapore’s best writers were presented with a special limited edition hard cover copy of the compilation of winning stories. the book, in epub format, … Continue reading
quite possibly it is to you – it’s just like any construction site. but to some of us it’s the most exciting thing ever. the pile of dirt you see behind the fence is where the sports hub library will stand, right in … Continue reading
We took a quick break from our work yesterday to take part in a pre National Day photoshoot. It’s Singapore’s 47th birthday today so we’re taking the day off to spend time with family and friends.
The titles on an individual’s bookshelf say a lot about that person, but as many of us move away from physical books to digital it is harder now to walk into a someone’s house and make a quick decision on character … Continue reading