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APU subscribes to well over 100 library information systems and databases. These provide access to e-books, magazines, journals, newspapers, and other information sources. APU students: Use the database links below to access each resource. University College students: Please access the library and login through your University College portal in order to use the resources below.

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DBpia (trial ends October 31) - Provides more than 2 million full text articles from 2000 Korean scholarly journals, 5,000 eBooks, reference books and dictionaries in 11 fields of knowledge (Economics, Engineering, Education, Social Science, Theology, Language, Medicine, Natural Science, Humanities, Law & Public Administration, Art & Sports). All resources can be customized according to the user's need and are searchable by author, title, or keyword.
Digital Mozart Edition - The DME is currently being developed at the Mozarteum Foundation Salzburg in cooperation with Packard Humanities Institute. The DME will provide digital access to the complete works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In addition, the DME will include a critical edition of letters, documents and libretti. [About]
Digital Theatre Plus - Features the best of British theatre, capturing the behind-the-curtain process of creating dramatic productions. Includes full-length productions, interviews, documentaries and written learning resources.
Directory of Open Access Journals - DOAJ provides access to quality controlled Open Access Journals, which do not charge subscription fees to readers or libraries. [About]

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