(Issue 120/January 2019) As the most prestigious award in the world, the Noble Prize honors intellectual achievements. In order to highlight an appreciation “for the greatest benefit of mankind”, the Library has collected some marvellous pieces in Literature. Those giants’ works are now just one click away, what are you waiting for?
(Issue 119/January 2019) Don’t miss the chance! “Cambridge Elements” now can be freely accessed until 14 January 2019. “Cambridge Elements” are concise, authoritative and peer-reviewed scholarly research covering arts and sciences for your comprehensive understanding in different topics. Explore more HERE and enjoy reading!
(Issue 118/December 2018) The Library is pleased to introduce the new function on RefWorks – Projects. From now on, you can manage your work on RefWorks by projects instead of having all of them on one single review page! All your reference and research can be kept neatly by creating, renaming or deleting projects on […]
(Issue 116/November 2018) Library users can now sign in EBSCO resources and create personal MyEBSCOhost accounts by using their Google (Gmail) credentials. You don’t need to remember additional login credentials to access EBSCO resources from now on. For more details, please visit HERE.
(Issue 115/October 2018) After Wiley Online Library was migrated to the Atypon platform, now you can search the resources even faster and easier! From 17 October to 7 November 2018, “Potions of Wit” game is opened for you to win a prize simply answering a question.Click HERE to start the game. Have Fun!
(Issue 114/October 2018) EBSCO includes a variety of databases with multi-disciplinary collections covering different subjects such as Business and Economics, Language arts and discipline, Literary criticism, Social Science, Technology and Engineering. You can now take the EBSCO “Cocoa Research Challenge” to practice your research skills, as well as winning attractive prizes! There are step-by-steps guides […]
(Issue 113/September 2018) Are using Google or Wikipedia your only ways to search for new topics or to look up vocabularies? In fact, there are many e-Reference databases subscribed by the Library which can provide more reliable and updated sources to you. The Library has set up an e-Reference Station on the G/F of the […]
(Issue 109/July 2018) Wanna know the background of the trade war between the US and China? Curious about the relationship between the US and North Korea? Does the new design of the banknote of interest to you? Don’t miss out the news databases subscribed by the Library. You can search news from different newspapers or […]
(Issue 108/June 2018) Project MUSE provides digital humanities and social science content for the academics including eJournals and eBooks from over 120 university presses and scholarly societies as to support your research needs. New features allow you to customize your research experience on MUSE: A personalized “My MUSE” account allowing you to save searches […]
(Issue 107/May 2018) Students and faculty members are invited to join an online quiz organized by Emerald about the Year of the Dog. Answer all the four questions correctly, and you are in for a lucky draw for an Apple Watch and other prizes! Click here to start the quiz now! The competition closes on […]