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CNKI New platform trail

This trial will end on 25 July 2011

The CNKI databases are transitioning to a new platform.  The Library’s trial to the new interface provides access to the following full-text databases:

  • China Academic Journals (CJFD) - 9,350 titles of full‐text journals, over 90% of all officially published journals in China.  1915-
  • China Doctoral Dissertations / Masters Theses (CDMD) - 144,000 doctoral dissertations from 394 PhD granting institutions, 1.1 million excellent masters’ theses from 572 master granting institutions. 1984-
  • China Proceedings of Conference (CPCD) – Full coverage of 1.35 million papers from 15,000 conferences.  1953-
  • China Core Newspapers (CCND) – Covering 543 titles of core newspapers officially published in mainland China.  2000-
  • China Yearbooks (CYFD) - Yearbooks published in China.  1999-


The Library’s current CNKI subscriptions are still available in SuperSearch on the old platform.  Please take this opportunity to explore the new platform’s functionality.  The trial ends on 25 July 2011.

Access is via SuperSearch and the E-Resources@the University of Melbourne blog (http://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/eresource/2011/06/01/cnki-new-platform-trial/  ) where you can also leave comments about the database.


China digital gazetteers (trial)

April 18, 2011 – 10:18 am

This trial will end 30 June 2011

The Library has trial access to China Digital Gazetteers.  This is a Chinese language database of gazetteers.

The publisher has prepared a detailed user manual: http://f.wenjinguan.com/Manual.pdf

Duxiu.com (Trial)

This trial will end on a date to be announced.

Duxiu.com is a huge content-based database created by SuperStar Digital Library. It searches full-text, books, journals, newspapers, theses, web pages, conference proceedings and video clips. The database also contains English resources.

It covers Chinese publications from the early 1930s to the present. It retrieves contents from various formats including Chinese ebooks. The full text articles are delivered to users’ email boxes via request. Ebooks can be partially viewed and downloaded according to copyright restrictions.




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