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Major E-Books platforms available in Hokkaido University
- You can search E-Books via library catalog.
- You can search E-Books by title, ISBN, or subject here.

Access Medicine RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:
Harrison's Online:4
Life Sciences
This is the medical and pharmaceutical E-Books platform provided by McGraw-Hill. You can read "Harrison's Online".

eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) [former NetLibrary] RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:1 All Categories
You can read about 400 titles of E-Books in this platform.

AudioBooks Collection (EBSCOhost) [former NetLibrary] RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:1 All Categories
You can listen 206 titles of Audio-Books in this platform. In order to use the service, you need to register the account .

Maruzen eBook Library RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:Macmillan Readers:3, Others:1 All Categories
This platform provides you mainly with Japanese E-Books. You can use E-Books for English extensive reading (Macmillan Readers.)

Oxford English Dictionary RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:Unlimited All Categories
Oxford English Dictionary (OED) is one of the most authoritative English dictionary, which deals with generation and change of English from the mid-11th century. You can use the 2nd edition, its supplements and the 3rd edition of OED as well as "Historical Thesaurus of the OED."

Oxford Reference Online RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:Unlimited All Categories
You can cross-search about 200 titles of the reference books published by Oxford University Press.

Science Direct RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:Unlimited All Categories
This is the platform provided by Elsevier. You can use the following collecitions or titles: "Computer Science Collection (1995-2007)", "Encyclopedia of Ecology", "Methods in Enzymology", "Handbook of Economic Series" and so on.

Springer Link RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:Unlimited All Categories
You can use the following series: "Methods in Molecular Biology", "Lecture Notes in Mathematics" and so on. You can use the book to have an icon of a "↓Download book".

Wiley Online Library RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:Unlimited All Categories
You can use about 400 titles such as "Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization." You can use the book to have an icon of a padlock.

Kagakusho-Shiryokan RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:Unlimited Science and Engineering
This is the platform provided by Maruzen, where you can search from and read the chemical books edited by the Chemical Society of Japan.

Today's Diagnosis & Treatment (Kon'nichi-no-Sinryo) WEB Version RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:5 Life Sciences
This platform has the bestselling medical books published by Igaku-Shoin. You can find the most effective treatments based on the latest research achievements and access captions, charts and photographs.

JapanKnowledge + NRK RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:2 All Categories
This platform has many dictionaries such as "Complete Japanese Encyclopedia (Encyclopedia Nipponica: Nihon-Daihyakka-Zensho)" and "Encyclopedia of Japanese History (Kokushi-Daijiten)", many collections such as "The Eastern Library (Toyo-Bunko)" and many articles such as "Weekly Economist (Shukan-Economist.)" All the contents is here.

Chronological Scientific Tables (Rika-Nempyo) Premium RemoteAccess

Limit on Number of Users:Unlimited Science and Engineering
This platform is provided by Maruzen, which has the contents of "Chronological Scientific Tables (Rika-Nempyo)" from 1925. You can download data of tables in CSV format.


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