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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Hong Kong & Macau Periodicals Network 港澳期刊網

Hong Kong & Macau Periodicals Network 港澳期刊網.

A joint project between the Chinese University of Hong Kong Library and the University of Macau Library, this database indexes articles published on over 300 Chinese and bilingual periodicals in Hong Kong and Macau. Coverage for most periodicals starts in 1980, but some important journals are indexed since the inaugural issue (such as _Xia er guan zhen_ 遐邇貫珍, the first Chinese periodical in Hong Kong). Note that abstracts are not available in the public version. Also, the coverage of Hong Kong periodicals should be the same as HKInChiP.

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Japanese University Bulletins Fulltext 研究紀要全文全国版

Japanese University Bulletins Fulltext 紀要全文全国版.

Created by Nagoya University Library, this resource lists links to Japanese university bulletins that provide fulltext online.

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Directory of open access journals

Directory of open access journals.

Developed by the Lund University Libraries in Sweden, the “aim of the Directory of Open Access Journals is to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals thereby promoting their increased usage and impact. The Directory aims to be comprehensive and cover all open access scientific and scholarly journals that use a quality control system to guarantee the content. In short a one stop shop for users to Open Access Journals.” As of August 2009, the directory includes over 4000 journals.

Thanks to Lucy Gan (U. Toronto) for recommending it.

Update (Dec. 15, 2009): A detailed review of DOAJ is published online.

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Digital Buddhist Library and Museum 佛學數位圖書館暨博物館

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Primarily developed at the National Taiwan University, this resource provides access to bibliography, full-text journals, scriptures, and links to other resources for Buddhist studies.