I. National Taiwan University Library Open Access E-books (open access)
This system was developed by National Taiwan University Library, in which collects up to 24 thousand e-books. All the resources are either open access e-books or grey documents such as symposium, research report, annual report, government resource, dissertation, etc.
II. Torii Ryūzō E-books (IP restricted)
Torii Ryūzō is anthropologist, archaeologist and ethnologist during Japanese Meiji, Taisho and Showa period. He conducts research in several places including Japanese islands, Liaodong Peninsula and Southeast of China. Torii had been to Taiwan four times to carry out field research and used camera to take records, which have become very precious records of Taiwan indigenous peoples.
III. Gale Virtual Reference Library (IP restricted)
Gale Virtual Reference Library is an online book series published by the well-known reference book publishers Gale. Users can do full-text search and choose to view articles either in HTML or PDF format. Gale is also equipped with the function—InfoTrac InfoMarks—which allows users to save their search results on webpages, via e-mails, in Word files before they start a new research. It collects many books related to America indigenous peoples, such as American Indian Food, The Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Northeast, The Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Southeast, The Columbia Guide to the American Indians of the Great Plains, Information Technology and Indigenous People and UXL Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes, etc.
IV. Wiley Online Library (open access)
Wiley Online Library provides e-books, online journal and full text database published by Wiley Online Library.