The Consortium for the Study of the Asias purchased five-year access to the e-Korean Studies database for the University libraries to support Korean studies on campus. The database covers academic disciplines including arts and humanities, social sciences, sciences, medical sciences, and physical education from various sources including monographs, periodicals, newspapers, dissertations, reports, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and video lectures. It also includes North Korean academic journals.
The database can be found in A to Z list under Articles and Database on the Library home page or on the East Asian Library home page under Korean Studies. The database is IP-based access and anyone who has x.500 should be able to access it from office or home. Walk-in patrons are welcome to use the database.