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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

 
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Temporary suspension of JapanKnowledge (2019.11.18)New
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"Kluwer Competition Law" are now available.(2019.11.7)
The Trial of "Wiley Digital Archives" (until November 30, 2019)NEW
The Trial of "CABI" (until November 30, 2019)NEW
"Nexis Uni" and "Lexis Advance" can not be used at the same time. (2019.7.17)
Please beware of large volume access using pre-read browser functions. (2019.7.2)
Do not download excessive amount of articles from e-journals at once. (2016.12.16)
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This portal site features links to the databases available at the University of Tokyo, and to the Internet sites providing valuable scientific information.
    
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TREE (UTokyo REsource Explorer)*
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UTokyo OPAC
E-journal & E-book Portal*
NDL ONLINE (NDL-OPAC)
CiNii Articles
CiNii Books
Web of Science Core Collection*
Scopus*
Google Scholar
JapanKnowledge Lib*
New RefWorks | Legacy RefWorks
Mendeley
 
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