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CNKI Workshop: No Need to China to Looking for Science

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Submit by ihwan.hariyanto on May 08, 2019 | Comment(s) : 0 | View : 602

Workshop CNKI
Workshop CNKI
Looking for knowledge up to China, the term we often hear to motivate everyone to study hard. For this reason, the UB Library as the heart of the university is trying to facilitate UB's academics to gain knowledge from various parts of the world, including China. Now UB academics do not need to go far to China because UB Library has subscribed to e-journals and e-books by Chinese scientists collected at CNKI namely China National Knowledge Infrastructure.

So that the CNKI e-journal and e-book can be utilized to the maximum, the UB Library holds a CNKI Workshop on April 25, 2019. The speaker in this workshop is Marissa Gu, CNKI Manager for Southeast Asia. The workshop that is intended for lecturers and students who need international journals is held in the 1st Meeting Room of the UB Library.

The CNKI project was first launched in 1996 by Tsinghua University and Tsinghua Tongfang Company. The first database was China Academic Journals Full-text Database (CD version), which became popular in China quickly, especially in academic libraries. Then in 1999, CNKI began developing an online database. To date, CNKI has built a comprehensive China Integrated Knowledge Source System, including journals, doctoral dissertations, master's theses, proceedings, newspapers, yearbooks, annual notebooks, ebooks, patents, standards and so on.

CNKI has also established 10 service centers spread in Beijing, North America, Japan, North Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. The CNKI Journal is widely used by universities, research institutions, governments, companies, hospitals and public libraries throughout the world. UB Library itself is currently only trying journal trials from CNKI for a year. Will the UB Library then subscribe to the journal CNKI? Of course, many aspects are considered, one of which is whether the CNKI journal is widely used by UB's academic community.

 

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