Featured Resources for Faculty of Humanities
The database is a valuable and important collection of early newspapers and pamphlets in UK. It is full-text searchable. Click the title list to see the news sources available for library users.
The online platform provides access to journals in a broad and wide ranging discipline as below:
- Anthropology & Archaeology
- Arts & Humanities
- Behavioral Science
- Business, Management & Economics
- Criminology & Law
- Geography, Planning, Urban & Environment
- Library & Information Science
- Media, Cultural & Communication Studies
- Politics, International Relations & Area Studies
- Public Health & Social Care
- Sociology & Related Disciplines
- Sport, Leisure & Tourism
- Strategic, Defence & Security Studies
CADAL is an extensive digital collection of Chinese materials, which comprised of ancient China books, Minguo books and journals, Modern books, dissertation, newspaper, and English books.
To browse full-text, you have to create an individual account by clicking “Registration” at the top of the page.
美荷樓記 Story of Mei Ho House
DS796.H78 M443 DVD
中國三個夢 China's 3 Dreams
DS779.4 .Z4665 DVD
From award-winning director Nick Torrens, this absorbing documentary about the changing face of China is both intriguing and confrontational. Once China's ordinary citizens dreamed of a watch, a bicycle and a radio. Today they strive for wealth and a better life, often to the detriment of family and tradition. 12 years in the making and featuring rare archive and powerful personal testimony from former Red Guards, China's 3 Dreams opens the door on the past and questions its impact on the present.
NK1069.T3 J54 DVD
Databases on Trial
[Expiry: 30 Sep 2015]
IET.tv provides technical and professional video presentations from a range of events, lectures, interviews, product demos, seminars and conferences across 9 technology channels and covering core engineering and technology subjects.
[Expiry: 31 Aug 2015]
A research database for Hong Kong Cases, Legislation, Commentary & journal.
[Remarks: No username/password is required, please click on the resource tab directly to access.]