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The Asian Classics Input Project is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the preservation of ancient Asian wisdom. ACIP conducts preservation projects in libraries, monasteries, and institutes throughout Asia. ACIP digitally preserves invaluable manuscripts of authentic ancient wisdom to make it available to anyone. Founded in 1988 with a grant from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Asian Classics Input Project is dedicated to locating, cataloging, digitally preserving, and freely distributing rare and precious collections of ancient wisdom. These surviving texts hold the philosophical, cultural, and religious heritage of Asian traditions dating back more than 2500 years.
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A collaboration between Choice and The Charleston Company, ccAdvisor is the only peer-reviewed, continuously updated, fully-searchable database dedicated to providing in-depth, critical reviews of digital resources for the academic and library markets. It includes more than 300 professionally vetted reviews of academic databases, websites, library tools and software (commercial and open access) in all subject areas; 25+ new reviews monthly; unique, interactive "Compare Products" tables; user-created lists, saved searches and alerts; and "cardstack" polling utility for user comments.
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Founded in 1986, Defense News provides the global defense community with the latest news and analysis on programs, policy, business and technology. Coverage includes: defense policies, politics and legislation; worldwide market developments and trends; new products, technologies and programs; interviews with defense leaders; defense industrial plans, finance and developments; military budgets and the politics of defense; commentary and analysis; Special Reports on defense technologies, regional activities and major programs; and military budgets and the politics of defense.
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Latse, formerly known as Latse Tibetan Library, is a public, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Latse in Tibetan language means a mountain peak or high place, and also refers to constructions of earth and stone found across the Tibetan plateau. Established in 2003, Latse is dedicated to promoting Tibetan language use and literacy, supporting linguistically and culturally relevant educational resources and providing access to knowledge for all generations through opportunities for higher education. Latse’s collections include rare books, photo collections, oral history archives, contemporary Tibetan language publications, and educational programs. This site also provides links to their online catalog and the Byara Database, with 12,000 bibliographic entries for articles in PRC Tibetan language journals, as well as full text access to the Latse Journal. The unique collections and programs highlight all aspects of contemporary Tibetan culture and scholarship.
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The National Library of Mongolia, located in Ulaanbaatar, is the largest and oldest surviving library in Mongolia. It houses over three million books and publications, one million of which are rare d valuable books, sutras and manuscripts, including the world's only surviving copies of many ancient Buddhist texts in Tibetan and Mongolian. The website is primarily available in Mongolian, but also available in English, with reduced content.
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