Electronic Book Resources

EBSCO is Offering Libraries Free Unlimited User (UU) Access to E-Book Subscription Academic Collection
As some universities are still imposed a quarantine due to COVID-19 and school is operating online, students turning to e-learning, librarians have a key role to play in supporting faculty and students.

EBSCO is providing academic libraries free unlimited access to our E-Book Subscription Collection till June 30, 2021. This multidisciplinary collection includes more than 205,000 e-books covering a large selection of academic subjects and features e-books from leading publishers and university presses.
The following ebooks are available for this trial:

l  Trial Product: eBook Subscription Academic Collection (attached flyer for your promoting to your patrons)
l  Trial Period: March 15-June 30, 2021
l  Access within campus: http://search.ebscohost.com

l  Remote access URL: http://ebsco.cc/miuebook (please note this URL is not allowed to post on any public website or social platform, only for internal use.)
Help documentation:

l  Tutorial- Reading EBSCO eBooks<https://connect.ebsco.com/s/article/Reading-EBSCO-eBooks-Tutorial?language=en_US> (https://connect.ebsco.com/s/article/Reading-EBSCO-eBooks-Tutorial?language=en_US)

 

Free Open Access

For Mongolian libraries, we are providing a series of research resources that can be used free of charge by the library during the public readiness period in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic.

1) Theses

More than 40,175-degree diplomas can be viewed and downloaded online for free on the platform.

There are currently 14 Mongolian-related dissertations registered on the platform.

https://theses.ai/

2) Director of Open Access Books

DOAB is a community-driven discovery service that indexes and provides access to scholarly, peer-reviewed open access books and helps users to find trusted open access, book publishers. All DOAB services are free of charge and all data is freely available. There are 37,049 academic peer-reviewed books from 607 publishers. There are currently 18 books related to Mongolia registered on the platform.

https://doabooks.org/

3) Directory of Open Access Journals

It contains over 15 000 peer-reviewed open access journals covering all areas of science, technology, medicine, social sciences, arts, and humanities.

https://www.doaj.org/

4) Springer Nature

About 1,000 free Springer Nature books are available for download. In addition, 100,000 research articles are available free of charge.

https://link.springer.com/

5) Wiley

We are pleased to announce that MCA-Mongolia and Wiley are partnering with the following organizations to launch an experiment to view the publishing house's magazines from February 3 to April 30, 2020. During the trial period, about 1,400 journals from all disciplines will be available on your organization's network. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/

6) Springer

More than 1,000 books and 600 magazines are available for free.

https://link.springer.com/search

7) Springer Journals

More than 200 magazines are available for free.

https://www.springeropen.com/journals

8) Jisc RESEARCH

https://www.jisc.ac.uk/

9) Dimensions / Open Access

https://app.dimensions.ai/discover/publication

10) Hindawi Journals

Free scientific journals from Hindawi

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/

11) Open Access Korea

https://www.koar.kr/oaintro/theme/journal.do

12) Open Access Korea

Physics/Mathematics, Astrophysics, and Electronic Engineering preprints (i.e. pre-printed to secure a lien before publication in the journal)

https://arxiv.org

 

DIGITAL LIBRARY OF MONGOLIA

The Mongolian Library Association presents the best domestic and international digital libraries.

Improve your education during this time of plague, regardless of space, time, or restrictions.

Each image has accompanied by a brief description of the digital library link:https://e-nom.mn/

A free online library run by Tsogt Okhin Tenger Foundation:https://www.esan.mn/

To share knowledge equally with all Mongolians, regardless of time or distance. In addition to the paid works of the branch, the digital fund can use the free works included in the public intellectual fund:https://www.mplus.mn

M + application, a comprehensive platform for e-books, digital magazines, audiobooks, and podcasts. Paid and free works included in the public intellectual fund can be used from this fund: http://www.manuscriptorium.com/ 

A digital directory for direct access to historical sources and directories using advanced search engines and technology:https://www.europeana.eu

A comprehensive digital database of cultural heritage from European archives, libraries, museums, and galleries. Thousands of cultural and educational organizations have access to books, music, paintings, and cultural works from the fund: https://www.gutenberg.org/

The first directory of free e-books. Michael Hart, the founder of the Gutenberg Project, invented the e-book in 1971. The project is intended to continue the development and dissemination of e-books in his memory: https://manybooks.net/

More than 50,000 classic and modern books are available for free on all types of e-readers. Paid works are also available: https://dp.la/

American Public Digital Library. A collection of about 41 million images, text, audio, and video. It uses the United States Foundation for History, Culture, and Knowledge to encourage people to learn, develop, and contribute to society: https://www.wdl.org

World Digital Library

Launched in 2009 by the Library of Congress with the support of UNESCO and international libraries, archives, museums, education, and international organizations. The aim is to preserve, disseminate, discover and make the world's most valuable and important cultural heritage available to the public.

MONGOLIAN DIGITAL BOOK

There are over 200 digital Mongolian books available, and you can get them when you send an email to dir_library@miu.edu.mn