Electronic Collectons

We provide many e-resources for your learning and teaching.

  • iSearch: a single search platform for finding library books, journals, media resources, course reserves, articles, HKALL and more.
  • Databases A-Z: a list of 300 reference, citation, full-text and full-image electronic databases, which are very useful for searching journal articles, newspaper articles, research papers, etc.
  • EdLINK: Citation Linker to locate whether full text for a particular article is available online via one of our subscribed electronic resources.
  • EdUHK Archives: The Education University of Hong Kong Archives supports research and education by preserving and providing access to selected past records of the University. The University Archives collection accurately and authentically documents the life of the University and attests to the important role the University has played in the history of Hong Kong.
  • EdUHK Collection: a collection set up for long-term preservation and effective dissemination of EdUHK-related materials in digital formats. All documents, including those originated by EdUHK staff and students, are processed with copyright clearance.
  • EdUHK Departmental Databases: databases technically developed or supported by Library.
  • EdUHK Research Repository: includes bibliographic citations of the publications of EdUHK staff, including journal articles, monographs, chapters and research reports.
  • EdVideo: a video-on-demand service which features education related and current affairs programmes from ETV, RTHK, TVB and former ATV.
  • E-newspapers: a number of online newspaper services, such as Factiva, South China Morning Post (ePaper edition) and WiseNews, providing online access to a range of newspapers from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and overseas.
  • TDGs and CoP: The Teaching Development Grants (TDGs) provided by the University Grants Committee (UGC) enable the University to implement innovative approaches to teaching, improve students’ learning environment and promote the professional development of teaching staff.
  • Trial E-Resources: a list of databases on trial.
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