Technology | March 21, 2017
EBSCO Discovery Service is proud to announce four new resources available to subscribers.
With EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS), the highest quality information resources are available at your fingertips. To improve your experience with EDS, new content is regularly made available from the world's top publishers.
Four new resources that are available include:
Britannica Online Japan
The extensive Japanese language resource, Britannica Online Japan offers quick access to reliable, comprehensive information with more than 150,000 articles and 30,000 images. All customers may search metadata in EDS, but only subscribers can view the full text at Britannica Online Japan.
Comprehensive Database of Archaeological Site Reports in Japan
Comprehensive Database of Archaeological Site Reports in Japan enables the search of archaeological excavation reports published by municipalities and institutions nationwide. All EDS customers can search metadata for more than 18,000 reports and access the full text on the Comprehensive Database of Archaeological Site Reports in Japan platform.
Informit is the leading provider of online research specializing in content from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region. Mutual customers can now access the following recently added Informit index databases in EDS:
AskZad has consistently maintained its place among the Arabic digital community by offering a vast number of archived journals, articles, newspapers, books and other forms of media within the Middle East, not only in Arabic (majority), but also in English. All customers may search Zad metadata for the following newly released EDS databases, but only subscribers may access the full text on the Zad platform:
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