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GACoS is a gateway to search for documents and other academic information over the internet. It can be used to support your research activity. Japanese

For the most recent news, please refer to the Japanese page.
2/20 Temporary Suspension of Digital Rare Book Collection (2018.2.8)NEW
Platform change on Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO) and the Making of the Modern World (MOMW I, II)(2018.2.1)NEW
Trial of "Henry Stewart Talks: The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection" (until April 15, 2018)NEW
E-books "The base ball" reprinted edition are now available (2018.1.9)
Local autonomy related collection, "Chihou-jichi Kankei Shiryo" is now available (2017.12.4)
"Social Science Premium Collection" is now available. (2017.12.4)
Trial of titles of sciences in "Oxford Scholarship Online" (until March 31, 2018)
Do not download excessive amount of articles from e-journals at once. (2016.12.16)
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