1. Start with Roger, the UC San Diego Library catalog.
Title Search (some examples)
|The New Chinese Documentary Film Movement: For the Public Record/ Berry, Chris, Lu Xinyu, and Lisa Rofel, eds.||In Roger, both print and e-book|
|New Chinese-Language Documentaries: Ethics, Subject and Place/ Chiu, Kuei-fen, and Yingjin Zhang.||In Roger, print|
When you see Go to Electronic Version in the record, it means it's an eBook.
2. If you don't have an author or title, start with a keyword search. When you discover useful resources from a keyword search take a look at the subject headings in the catalog record. Those subject headings are hyperlinked and will take you to related materials.
Sample subject headings:
Ariti E-Books (Taiwan) 华艺中文电子书 (台湾） http://uclibs.org/PID/254659
It provides access to Chinese ebooks primarily published in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. It covers subjects such as philosophy, religion, natural sciences, applied science, social sciences, history, geography, language and linguistics, and literature and arts.
China Digital Library (Apabi E-books) 中华电子书苑 http://uclibs.org/PID/146361
Chinamaxx Digital Libraries 中文电子书集献 http://uclibs.org/PID/35493
Also known as Chinamaxx Digital Library of Chinese E-Books, and SuperStar Digital Libraries
Note: compatible with IE browser; requires SuperStar Reader (SS Reader)
Duxiu 读秀 http://uclibs.org/PID/156553
More than 1.4 million full-text books
Currently available -- full-text searches, tables of content, and first 17 pages
Browse and forward purchase suggestions to Xi Chen, email@example.com