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Full-text databases including reference works and primary sources such as dictionaries, encyclopaedias, and archival material on Korean history, literature, civilization and medicine. Also available via DBpia. Made available with support from Korea Foundation. Please note: Access restricted to participating NNC institutions: Universities of Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm, Turku and Vytautas Magnus.
ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute is a leading research centre dedicated to the study of socio-political, security, and economic trends and developments in Southeast Asia and its wider geostrategic and economic environment. ISEAS Publishing disseminates important research and analyses from and about Southeast Asia to the rest of the world and is the largest publisher […]
This bilingual dictionary is developed through a crowd-translation project that was funded by CEAL- The Council of East Asian Libraries and Mellon Foundation. This is the first edition. The project team encourages scholars to use it and to send them their revision suggestions, if any. they will update the dictionary based upon your suggestions. Note […]
ChinaMaxx is a collection of e-books connected to the same platform as the search engine Duxiu. Here you can find 700,000 Chinese titles focusing on social sciences and humanities. The titles are available for searching via Duxiu (select 图书) or this ChinaMaxx homepage. Titles cannot be downloaded, only viewed online. All titles are available in […]
KinoDen is a new digital library service providing access to more than 10.000 academic e-books in Japanese, in a wide variety of disciplines and from various Japanese publishing houses. Full-text search is enabled. You can request that we purchase titles for common access for all NNC institutions by using the purchase button. Search tip: When […]
Gerald Jackson & Marie Lenstrup 2009 An imperative element of the academic process is publishing research findings. Yet this is becoming increasingly difficult for authors to achieve as publishers are presented with growing numbers of manuscripts, decreasing library sales, and stronger demands on profitability. This book aims to maximise would-be authors’ chances of success in […]