Rutgers University Libraries are pleased to announce online access (as of Friday, February 10, 2012) to:

Scripta Sinica 

Rutgers Restricted Access

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Click on "shouquan shiyong" (authorized access) to enter. Times out after thirty minutes of idling.

Alternate title: Hanji dianzi wenxian
Description: Scripta Sinica (Hanji dianzi wenxian) is one of the largest Chinese full-text database, with a special focus on the traditional Chinese classics. As of February 2012, it contains almost all of the important Chinese classics, totaling more than 580 titles and over 423 million Chinese characters. Users can conduct full text searches or browse by book titles in it. The database is provided by the Institute of History and Philology (IHP), Academia Sinica (Taiwan), which will continue to add new titles and new features. Rutgers users can also access the non-IHP resources provided by Academia Sinica on the old interface.
Help: User instruction ("shiyong shuoming") is available inside the database.
User tools and features: Basic and advanced search, bookmark and note-taking tools (requires a personal e-mail address), Chinese-Western calendar conversion tool
Dates covered: Antiquity to 1949.
Updating frequency: Unknown.
Sources: Books.
Type of coverage: Full-text.
Print counterpart or related resources: None.
Producer/content provider: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
Vendor/electronic presentation provider: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica