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About NTU Library: University Library Committee

University Library Committee

The University Library Committee (ULC) takes on strategic advisory and advocacy roles and acts as a liaison between NTU faculty, researchers and students and the Office of Information, Knowledge & Library Services (OIKLS).

The following members of the ULC have been appointed on 1 August 2020 with these Roles & Responsibilities


Chair
Prof Tan Ooi Kiang
Deputy Provost (Education)

Member
Prof Luke Kang Kwong Kapathy
Chair
School of Social Sciences
 

Member
Assoc Prof Anilkumar K Samtani
Head
Division of Business Law,
Nanyang Business School

Member
Assoc Prof Chang Chew Hung
Dean
Academic and Strategic Development, NIE
 

Member
Assoc Prof Kimberly Kline
Associate Dean (Faculty)
School of Biological Sciences
 

Member
Assoc Prof Pu Kanyi
Assistant Dean (Research)
School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering

Member
Assoc Prof Cesare Soci
Associate Dean
Graduate College
 

Member
Assoc Prof Andrew Tan Nguan Soo
Vice-Dean
Faculty Affairs, LKC Medicine
 

Member
Mr Chan Wei Chuen
Registrar
 
 

Member
Ms Caroline Pang
University Librarian
 
 

Roles & Responsibilities

The roles and responsibilities of the ULC are: 

  1. Chart the overarching strategy of OIKLS, align its direction, key projects and services with the University’s strategic plans, and forwarding its vision and mission.
  2. Provide insights on global trends and issues pertinent to research and scholarship, and strengthen the ability of OIKLS to deliver exceptional, distinctive and high-quality learning experiences and research capabilities to students and researchers.
  3. Give counsel to OIKLS so that it provides the optimal spectrum of collections, resources and services to meet the needs of the University’s stakeholders in pursuit of education and research excellence.
  4. Cultivate the network of OIKLS to forge partnerships and collaborations within the University community and with external organisations.
  5. Advise OIKLS on any other appropriate business beyond operational management matters, which is helmed by the University Librarian.