Databases

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EBSCO Discovery Service (Search All Databases and Aiso Library's Holdings Here!)

Search the entire suite of Aiso Library's holdings.  This includes access to all of our electronic content, print collection, databases and periodicals.

EBSCO Discovery ServiceTM brings together the most comprehensive collection of content—including superior indexing from top subject indexes, high-end full text and the entire library collection—all within an unparalleled full-featured, customizable discovery layer experience

AskZad

AskZad is the first and largest Arabic digital library that offers an extensive referential, cultural and academic database.  In 2009, AskZad launched its fully bilingual interface, giving English speakers access to Arabic language content, academic journal archives, references, e-books, and academic research, conference materials and a proprietary Pan-Arab News Index.

China Academic Journals (CAJ)
Module F - Literature, History, Philosophy (1994-current)
Module G - Military (2013-current)

The most comprehensive, full-text database of Chinese journals in the world. Researchers value China Academic Journals Full-text Database for its amazing breadth of information. CAJ is the most comprehensive, full-text database of Chinese journals in the world. Its massive collection, timeliness and organization consistently deliver useful information with ease.  Aiso only subscribes to Series F: Literature, History, Philosophy.  CAJ is part of the the Chinese National Knowledge Infrastracture (CNKI), the world’s most comprehensive online resource for accessing China’s intellectual output.

DBPIA
(Education, Humanities, Literature, Social Sciences, Theology)

With the deepest archives and most current content from the top humanities and science publishers, Nurimedia’s DBPIA database is the core online resource representing South Korea’s intellectual and research output in all disciplines.  DBPIA is a full-image full-text database with over 1 million articles (and growing daily) from more than 1,300 Korean scholarly journals.

Education Source (H.W. Wilson)

updates and expands Education Resource Complete.  The definitive online resource for education research. Topics covered include all levels of education from early childhood to higher education, and all educational specialties, such as multilingual education, health education, and testing.

ERIC (Education Resources Information Center)

The world's largest digital digital library of education literature. ERIC contains more than 1.4 million records and links to more than 337,000 full-text documents back to 1966.

¡Informe! Academico

Specifically designed to meet the research needs of Spanish-speaking users.  With full-text articles from the most popular Spanish-language and bilingual periodicals, it provides quality Hispanic reference material — not simply Spanish translations of English-language materials.  ¡Informe! also features a powerful, easy-to-use interface confi gured for Spanish-speaking users, allowing researchersto analyze topics and conduct research in Spanish

Jiefang jun bao (PLA Daily)

People’s Liberation Army Daily is the official newspaper of the military of the People’s Republic of China. The publication was established on January 1, 1956 and acts as the authoritative media of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army to release military news and comprehensive military-related information. East View offers the entire run of PLA Daily on East View's Universal Database™ platform.

Periodicals from the Northern Caucasus (UDB-CAU)  North Caucasus, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia

A new database from East View covering 19 newspapers from the most volatile area of Russia and former USSR - North Caucasus. Includes the two disputed breakaway republics of Georgia.

Russian Universal Databases
Four Russian databases available which can be searched simultaneously or individually.

ProQuest Dissertations and Theses — Humanities and Social Sciences Collection

The official digital dissertations archive for the Library of Congress and the database of record for graduate research. PQDT — Full Text offers full text for most of the dissertations added since 1997 and strong retrospective full text coverage for older graduate works. More than 70,000 new full text dissertations and theses are added to the database each year through dissertations publishing partnerships with 700 leading academic institutions worldwide and collaborative retrospective digitization of dissertations.

Regional Database: Central Asia (UDB-CAS)

Authoritative Russian and English edition of newspapers from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan are served from this easy-to-use database. UDB-CAS covers topics on economics, culture and leisure, official legislation, points of view from the opposition, business and investment.

Regional Database: The Caucasus (UBD-CAU)

Monitoring today’s news in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia demands immediate access to a wide range of important publications.  The Universal Database of Publications from the Caucasus online database includes a number of authoritative periodicals, hand-selected according to the research criteria of US academic institutions. The result is content - rich in research value, without the superfluous material freely accessible on the web.  Coverage Included in the database are Iuzhnaia Osetiia, Respublika Abkhazia, Ekho, Novoe Vremya, Respublika Armenia, Zerkalo, The Messenger, and Svobodnaia Gruziia.  Archives are available as far back as 1997.

Russian Central Newspapers (UDB-COM)

This full-text electronic database contains more than 60 titles of official and independent newspapers and journals on current events, politics, economics, science, culture, and public life of Russia.  Many titles have been manually scanned and digitized in-house and are available exclusively through East View. With archives going back as far as 1980, all content is legally secured by our long-term and established contracts with the publishers and suppliers of source material, guaranteed.  Through our exclusive agreements, a number of the publications found on East View’s site appear before the print version is available. The content is 100% complete and unabridged in full text, with every table, graph and chart included as images. There are no excerpts or omissions—all content is accuracy-checked.