UTS Library

Current Database Trials

The Library regularly arranges trials of new databases. Have a look at any of the current trials that are of interest to you and let us know what you think. Your feedback is appreciated.

EPS China Data

English site

(Click the “Enter the databases” button at the right top corner of the website)

Chinese site

Off-campus login
Username: utsremote
Password: china_stats

Description: EPS China Data presents time series statistical and census data on China. The data platform includes databases sourced from industrial, regional and national organizations, covering various subjects/industries and all regions of China. It is a one-stop service, offering data retrieval, processing, analysis, forecasting, visualization display and export. EPS China Data offers both English and Chinese versions, and contains over 1.2 million basic and combined statistical indicators in time series with a yearly increment of more than 55 million numeric data. 

Trial ends: 31 August 2018
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Oxford Bibliographies Online: Your Best Research Starts Here

Description: Oxford Bibliographies provides faculty and students alike with a seamless pathway to the most accurate and reliable resources for a variety of academic topics. Written and reviewed by academic experts, every article in the database is an authoritative guide to the current scholarship, containing original commentary and annotations.

UTS Library is trialling 18 subject modules  on Oxford Bibliographies online. The subject modules are: Chinese Studies, Cinema and Media Studies, Communication, Criminology, Environmental Science, International Law, International Relations, Latin American Studies, Latino Studies, Linguistics, Literary and Critical Theory, Management, Music, Political Science, Psychology, Public Health, Social Work and Sociology.

Key Features

  1. Expert scholars share the trusted sources they use across a variety of academic disciplines.
  2. Sources are rigorously peer-reviewed and vetted to ensure scholarly accuracy and objectivity.
  3. The user-friendly interface guides users directly to the information they’re looking for and saves time with personalized citation lists and seamless links to full-text print and online content.
  4. High-level overviews of scholarship help faculty and students confidently navigate new areas of study.
  5. Selectively-curated, highly-credible sources offer faculty the advanced resources they need for continued research in their area of expertise.

Trial ends: 31 August 2018
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