China’s electronic publishing industry has developed very rapidly over the past decade. China has become one of the electronic publishing centers in Asia and will continue to flourish in the future. Chinese electronic databases provide the most efficient way for scholars, researchers and students to perform searches as well as to provide information for businesses and governments. In this article, the author gives a brief overview of selected databases which represent a small portion of the Chinese electronic resources and hopes it will serve as a reference to Chinese scholars world-wide.
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Recommended Repository Citation
Wang, Jue. (2006). Major Chinese Full-Text Electronic Information Resources for Researchers and Scholars. Serials Review, 32 (3), 164-171.
Original Publication URL: doi:10.1016/j.serrev.2006.06.006
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wku.edu/dlps_fac_pub/6
A screen shot of CAD (English version).
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An advanced search screen shot of WanFang Data (COJ, English version).
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A screen shot of CSJD (Chinese version).
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A search result screen shot of China InfoBank database (English Publications sub-database).
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A screen shot of Copying Press Information database (in Chinese).
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A screen shot of the English version of People’s Daily Online.
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A screen shot of a full-text search screen of Siku Quanshu (in Chinese).
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A title search screen of SiBu CongKan.
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A result screen of SiBu CongKan title search.