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Maruzen eBook Library and Harvard University Asia Center Ebook Collection now available

March 25, 2020
Joshua Capitanio
East Asia Library

East Asia Library users may now access these two new ebook collections.

Maruzen eBook Library

The East Asia Library has set up an Extended Trial Reading for the Maruzen eBook Library, which will last until the end of May.  Users will be able to access over 56,000 Japanese ebook titles. For the trial period, unlimited concurrent user access is offered, but printing and downloading are not possible. If users have specific printing and downloading needs, they should contact Regan Murphy Kao, Japanese Studies Librarian.

Harvard University Asia Center E-Book Collection

Stanford Libraries has purchased the Harvard University Asia Center E-Book Collection, a collaboration between Brill and the Harvard University Asia Center. This collection contains all 528 titles published before June 2019 in the following series: Harvard East Asian MonographsHarvard-Yenching Institute Monographs, and Harvard Contemporary China Series. Ebooks are provided as DRM-free PDF files. Links to access ebook versions will be added to the individual SearchWorks records for all titles in this collection, but in the meantime users may access available titles through the Brill website.

 

Author

Joshua Capitanio

Joshua Capitanio

Public Services Librarian, East Asia Library
Bibliographer, East and Southeast Asia (Western languages)
Eastern Religions Subject Specialist
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