National Taiwan University Press E-Journal Database 臺灣大學學術期刊資料庫

National Taiwan University Press E-Journal Database 臺灣大學學術期刊資料庫.

This database includes a total of 32 Chinese- and English-language journals published by various departments of National Taiwan University, covering subjects in humanities, social sciences, science, and medicine. It provides full-text of articles published since 2003 and citations since 2002. Older articles are also being added to the database gradually. Users can access the articles by browsing the journal title and volume.

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CiNii – NII Scholarly and Academic Information Navigator

CiNii – NII Scholarly and Academic Information Navigator.

Developed by the National Institute of Informatics, CiNii is a tool to find articles published in Japanese academic society journals and university research bulletins. It also incorporates the National Diet Library’s Zasshi Kiji Sakuin (Japanese Periodicals Index) database.

NII states that CiNii has three main features:

  • “Large volume of article information – CiNii incorporates 12 million articles. Articles from different databases that have duplicate information are displayed as a single article.
  • Access to full text documents – Access to full text documents is possible with 3.2 million of the 12 million articles currently available on CiNii. CiNii enables you to search desired articles and obtain the full text of such articles. Through joint collaborations, we also provide links to navigate to full text documents, etc. on other services.
  • Displays citation information – Based on this citation information (References / Cited by), users can track down related articles.”

Please note that some full text articles are free, while other require payment.

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Hong Kong Literature Review Database 香港文學書評資料庫

Hong Kong Literature Review Database 香港文學書評資料庫.

Developed by the Lingnan University Library, “Hong Kong Literature Review Database uses Hong Kong Literature : A Bibliography, published by Youth Literary Book Store and the Hong Kong Art Development Council in 1995 as the base. It contains the full texts of some 200 review articles on Hong Kong literature, with a focus on works published from the fifties to the nineties, and will continue to include more writers from the forties to the late nineties, made available via a variety of search functions. In addition, the database offers the electronic texts of Hong Kong Literature : A Bibliography and Hong Kong Literature : A Bibliography :  A Supplement, along with related literature websites for reference.”

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Hong Kong Literature Database 香港文學資料庫

Hong Kong Literature Database 香港文學資料庫.

Developed by the Chinese University of Hong Kong Library, “Hong Kong Literature Database is the first database on Hong Kong literature. The Database is powered by various searching functions. Full-text is available in a major part of the database.” It provides bibliographical records of articles published on the newspapers, magazines and journals as well as books and theses, totaling 500,000. It also has over 180,000 full text articles, but not all of them are freely available on the Internet.

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Taiwan Theological Theses/Articles Index and Abstracts 台灣神學論文檢索摘要系統

Taiwan Theological Theses/Articles Index and Abstracts 台灣神學論文檢索摘要系統.

Developed by the Taiwan Seminary, this database provides:

  • index of articles published on the annual journal of the Taiwan Seminary (some abstracts available);
  • index of graduate theses from three Presbyterian seminaries in Taiwan (some abstracts and fulltext available);
  • index of graduate theses from the South East Asia Graduate School of Theology (with abstracts and fulltext since 1998).

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Index to Periodical Articles on Taiwan 臺灣文獻期刊論文

Index to Periodical Articles on Taiwan 臺灣文獻期刊論文.

Developed by the National Taiwan Library, this database allows search of Chinese-language periodical articles on Taiwan published since the late Qing dynasty.

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J-Stage & Journal@rchive

J-Stage & Journal@rchive.

Developed by the Japan Science and Technology Agency, these are two full-text databases of scientific journals published in Japan (many in English). J-Stage provides access to recent content, while Journal@rchive covers back volumes.

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