Databases: Mutual Link Between National Diet Library Search and Dibrary of the National Library of Korea Now Available
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From the National Diet Library (Japan):
On the basis of the China-Japan-Korea Digital Library Initiative (CJKDLI) agreement, the NDL is engaged in integration of the information services (portal) of the three national libraries. The dynamic link between the NDL Search by NDL and the Dibrary by the National Library of Korea is available now.
The CJKDLI is moving from the first stage of linking the search services of the three countries to the second stage of providing an integrated information service (portal) taking in light of the Asian area.
The remainder of the post shares a few more details and screenshots.
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