Provides access to the sales catalogs of electronic books that have been converted into electronic format from copyrighted, printed books primarily in the humanities and social sciences, published in Korea.
Subset of KoreaA2Z. Digital Culture Art Course is based on VOD lectures presented by well-known [Korean] scholars and specialists. It contains 70 titles for 923 courses under 7 sub-categories for continuing education (Architecture, cartoon and animation, Literature, Culture, Art, Cinema, Music, Philosophy).--Database introduction page.
A vast range of Korean quantitative and qualitative data and literatures across diverse social science disciplines encompassing political, economic, social, and cultural areas. The quantitative data collection includes survey data and aggregated statistical data, and the qualitative data collection includes documents, field notes, and interview and narrative history data. Literature holdings include academic journals and research monographs. Data collections, along with the standardized metadata, are digitized and available to users through a single database system.
Access to full-text of a subset of the entire KoreaA2z databases including annals of the Choson dynasty history, national code and a register of names of civil officers and employees of the Choson dynasty.
A collection of 91 full-text databases related to Korean studies in a variety of subjects such as Korean history, literature, arts, oriental medicine and classics. They are arranged in 9 categories and each database provides access to full text as well as image files.
The unified DB of Korean Social Science Data Center (KSDC) consist of all kinds of statistical yearbooks published by the government, public institutions and overseas institutions. These data are classified and processed through a new data-input system developed by the KSDC, and ready to be used as variables for researches. Uses can easily access this advanced variable-oriented DB, and analyze them statistically on the Website.