Online Database
 


​Online Database

PDCC Chitral library is subscribing to online resources through Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. These resources can be accessed on PDCC network without any login/password.

Cambridge University Press​

Cambridge Journals Online is the online content delivery service for Cambridge University Press' collection of nearly 200 leading journals. Subject strengths includes: Politics, Linguistics, Social Science, Humanities, Law, Mathematics, Science, and Medicine.

Emerald

Emerald is a dynamic database comprising over 150 titles in the fields of management, information science and engineering. The Emerald full text collection features over 58,000 articles from titles published by Emerald.

Informaworld (Taylor & Francis Journals)

Informaworld provides access to over 1,100 peer-reviewed research journals published by Taylor & Francis, Rutledge, Psychology Press and Informa Healthcare in Sciences, Engineering and Humanities subject areas generally from 1997 to present.

JSTOR

JSTOR gives access to full-text journal articles available as searchable, scanned pages from over 600 important scholarly journals in 42 disciplines.

Royal Society

Royal Society contains seven leading international journals from the Royal Society, the UK's national academy of sciences. 

Springer Link

SpringerLink provides access to 503 full-text Springer-Verlag Journals and 1100 full-text journals formerly published by Kluwer Academic Publishing. One of the world's leading information services for Science, Technical and Medical journals.

University of Chicago Press

Chicago Journals comprise of over 50 scholarly journals of the world's most prestigious societies are accessible. Its first scholarly publication was the Journal of Political Economy, introduced in 1892.

Wiley InterScience (Blackwell Journals)

The Wiley InterScience​ provides full text access to over 800 leading learned journals in life sciences, medicine/health, ecology, veterinary science, accountancy and economics, cultural studies (especially Asian, African and Australian studies, international studies), development issues, social policy, law, history, and management studies, many going back to 1990's.