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Notices

Access issue: If you have encountered problem accessing a particular e-resource, please report your case here. Thank you.

HyRead eBooks: The subscription of this Chinese eBooks platform will be cancelled after May 2021. Hence, the last date to access this resource will be 31 May 2021. Users may refer to NTU Library's other Chinese eBooks platforms such as iRead eBooks 華藝電子書 or ChinaMaxx Digital Libraries 中文集献. User with a current NLB Login account may access HyRead from there.

 

What's New / On Trial ?

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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
On Trial
Also known as Adam Matthew Explorer, this resource enables users to search millions of pages of primary source for the social sciences and humanities spanning the 15th – 21st centuries. Important themes covers Borders and Migrations, Gender and Sexuality, Global History, and War and Conflict. Includes Handwritten Text Recognition, Data Visualisation, Video and Oral Histories.

Note: This resource is on trial from 1 January to 30 June 2021. Limited PDF download for these two collections: 1. Foreign Office Files for China, 1919-1980; 2. Foreign Office Files for South East Asia, 1963-1980.

Please provide your feedback on the trial here. Your feedback is important and will help the Library to decide whether to subscribe to the database.

→ Concurrent users: Unlimited
→ Available to current NTU staff and students | Restricted onsite access for NIE staff & students, associate members
On Trial
Features over 120,000 books collected and digitised by Shanghai Library. Topics covers Politics, Economics & Law; Children's Books and Textbooks; Communist Publications; Contemporary Biographies and Academic Contributions.

收集超过120,000本数字化图书,涵盖政治,经济学和法律;儿童读物和教科书;共产主义书籍;传记和学术读物.

Note: This resource is on trial from 18 January to 17 July 2021. Select "Modern Book" above the text box to search this Digitized Collections.

Please provide your feedback on the trial here. Your feedback is important and will help the Library to decide whether to subscribe to the database.

→ Concurrent users: 5
→ Available to current NTU staff and students | Restricted onsite access for NIE staff & students, associate members
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