KRpia is a knowledge content resource containing 171 digital products categorized under 10 subjects: history, literature, art, culture, religion/theology, philosophy, sociology, classics of Korean studies, traditional medicine, dictionaries, illustrated encyclopedia of animals and plants.
RISS is a research information portal. It contains about 1 million Korean dissertations and theses, and searchable for almost all of Korean master and doctoral theses.
Searching RISS database will retrieve citations and abstracts. University of Pittsburgh affiliated users may contact the East Asian Gateway Service to request the full text. It is a speedy service, usually no more than 2 business days for the full text delivered to your email box.
A full-text collection of excavation reports (76 organizations’ 3,000 reports) of historical sites in Korea. It is operated by national and university museums, private research institutions and associations since 1910.