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Airiti Journals 中文電子期刊服務資料庫


Our library has access to Airiti Journals 中文電子期刊服務資料庫, until 2016 known as TEPS 台湾电子期刊服务网 or Taiwan Electronic Periodical Services. The Airiti Journals are a collection with over 900 fulltext journals from Taiwan in the fields of humanities – including religion, philosophy, history, art, linguistics, literature, anthropology – and social sciences – including education. There are also journals in the field of medical science, natural sciences and applied sciences. Most of the journals are in Chinese, but there are also several journals in English. Use the search screen on the top left to search for articles or journal titles.

Most of the journals are roughly available from 2005, although some journal archives are from an even earlier date. Journals are published online within several weeks of their publication and are ordered by date, newest first.

All fulltext articles have a short abstract in Chinese and English, and are available to download as a PDF file using the red button saying ‘Download PDF’.

All journals are accessible from home for university students and staff with your ULCN username and password, through the ‘Find Databases’ option in the library catalogue, or else this link to Airiti Journals.

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February 25, 2014 at 1:24 pm Leave a comment

Special collections: pre-1949 journals

Pre-1949 journals

The East Asian Library has a large collection of journals from the Chinese Imperial (before 1911) and Republican periods (1912-1949). A large part of these journals are accessible on microfilm or microfiche and can be searched from the paper card catalogue in the East Asian Library’s Green Room.

Some of the journals can be searched in the library online catalogue through this link: journals from the Imperial period / republican journals = pre-1949 journals in the East Asian Library. (more…)

April 23, 2012 at 1:20 pm Leave a comment

China academic journals (CAJ)

Since November 2010 we have access to China Academic Journals [中国期刊全文数据库], a vast collection of Chinese electronic journals. Our license covers four major subjects, resulting in access to over 4,000 journals:

You can search this ejournal database by pinyin or in Chinese characters. Most journals are covered from their first issue, since we have access to all of the archives. Once one has found an article, there is an abstract, plus a list of links to all articles cited inside the article. Furthermore, the list of ‘similar documents’ is really useful – it not only searches through the whole CAJ database for other materials covering the same subject, but also the databases of the Chinese Masters’ (CMFD) and Doctoral Dissertations (CDFD), plus the Chinese Yearbooks. The CAJ fulltext journal database works for multiple concurrent users and is definitely worth checking out!

The Staatsbibliothek Berlin has put a user Guide CAJ [PDF] online. Please note you can only access the fulltext journals from inside the library network, or after logging in with your university password from home.

March 25, 2011 at 9:18 am Leave a comment


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