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News & Events
Enhanced Relevance and Time Sorting at CAOD
Enhanced sorting functions have been made available at China/Asia on Demand (CAOD). This would give users a more powerful knowledge discovery tool at the China/Asia journal portal. More information.
January 27, 2014
University of Pittsburgh Chooses People's Daily (1946-Present)
University of Pittsburgh chooses People's Daily (1946-Present), one of the most popular Chinese studies resources, to support its research program.
January 09, 2014
Enhanced Journal Search Functions at CAOD
China/Asia on Demand (CAOD) has implemented enhanced journal search functions, allowing retrieval of journals using their vernacular languages and Pinyin in addition to ISSN and English names. Visit caod.oriprobe.com for more information.
Free Access to the Archives of the Communist Party of China
Oriprobe is pleased to announce free access to the Archives of the Communist Party of China to Chinese studies researchers before March 2014. Contact email@example.com for an arrangement.
Improved User Interface to Qiu Shi
The improved user interface would offer more powerful search and intuitive navigation to all back and current issues of Qiu Shi Journal, the organ of the Central Committee of Communist Party of China. More information.
Enhanced Search Abilities at CAOD
A more powerful search and sorting program has been implemented at China/Asia on Demand (CAOD), allowing users more effective and efficient knowledge discovery at the China/Asia research portal. More information.
October 22, 2013
Free Access to People's Daily (1946-Present) and Global Times (1998-Present)
The publishers are generously offering free access to People's Daily (1946-Present) and Global Times (1993-Present) to contemporary Chinese studies researchers in November and December. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an arrangement.
October 11, 2013
Enhanced Table of Contents (TOC) Alert Service at CAOD
The free e-mail Table of Contents (TOC) alerting service has been expanded to cover all journal titles at China/Asia on Demand (CAOD), with enhanced functionality to allow users to customize their preferences. More information.
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