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EBSCO Business Source Elite

EBSCO is the leading provider of research databases, e-journals, magazine subscriptions, e-books and discovery service to libraries of all kinds. To access the full texts of EBSCO Off-Campus, please visit and click on Resources > Libraries.


ProQuest is a comprehensive resource for academic research and information management, offering a vast array of content and tools designed to support the needs of researchers, students, and librarians across various disciplines. To access the full texts of ProQuest Off-Campus, please visit and click on Resources > Libraries.


DBpia is a comprehensive academic database platform based in South Korea, offering a wide array of scholarly content primarily in Korean. It is managed by Nurimedia, a company specializing in providing academic and research information services. To access the full texts of DBpia Off-Campus, please visit and click on Resources > Libraries.

National Assembly Library of Korea (국회도서관)

The National Assembly Library of Korea (NAL) is the legislative library of South Korea, serving the members of the National Assembly and the general public. The NAL has undertaken various digital initiatives to enhance access to its collections and services. Washington University of Virginia and National Assembly Library of Korea have agreed to cooperate for the purpose of sharing their respective information and knowledge resources. You can access the National Assembly Digital Library at, and most of the full texts can be accessed On-Campus.

National Library of Korea (국립중앙도서관)

The National Library of Korea (NLK) is the national library of South Korea. Established in 1945, it serves as the primary repository of Korean cultural heritage and knowledge. It also serves as a hub for research, education, and cultural enrichment, contributing to the intellectual and cultural life of the nation.


HathiTrust is a large-scale collaborative digital library that aims to preserve and provide access to digitized collections from libraries around the world. It was founded in 2008 by a consortium of universities, libraries, and cultural institutions to address the challenges of preserving and providing access to the immense amount of printed material held by research libraries.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of disciplines and sources, including academic journals, books, conference papers, theses, dissertations, preprints, and more. It was launched by Google in November 2004.

Google Books

Google Books is a service provided by Google that allows users to search the full text of millions of books and magazines that Google has scanned and converted to text using optical character recognition (OCR). It was launched in 2004 under the name “Google Print” and later renamed “Google Books” in 2005.

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