Q. What is KF supporting program and who is eligible for supporting program for Korean Studies e-Resources from Korea Foundation?
The Korea Foundation(KF) offers its “Support for Korean Studies E-Resources” program. Under this program, the KF provides the support to selected universities to assist with the payment of the subscription/user fees required to access online Korean Studies resources so that these materials can be more readily available to Korea-related students, scholars, and relevant specialists. Four-year universities abroad that maintain a Korean Studies or Korean-language center, department or program, or an East Asian studies program, are eligible to apply for this supporting program. In addition, institutions with Korean Studies’ graduate students and scholars that need expanded access to electronic resources are also eligible to apply. Please visit KF website for more details; https://apply.kf.or.kr/main.nkf?lang=en_US
Q. We can hardly make a multi-year contract due to administrative reasons. Do you have any alternatives?
You can make a year contract as well. The contract will be modified accordingly.
Q. Do you provide usage statistics?
Yes, we provide it through Customer Website. (http://customer.nurimedia.co.kr). In order to view statistics, institutional ID and Password are required. You can request us for your ID and Password.
Q. Can I download banners from DBPIA website?
Yes, you can download it from “User Resources” at http://customer.nurimedia.co.kr. Or you can receive it by email on your request.
Q. Do you have any other services except DBPIA?
In addition to DBPIA, we provide KRPIA service. Following are the brief descriptions on those service products;
▶ DBpia E-Journal Service (http://www.dbpia.co.kr)
DBPIA is a domestic journal archive service covering economics and management, education, law, administration, social science, theology, literature, arts and hysical education, medicine, humanities, and natural sciences. It provides Korean No.1 scholarly information service equipped with the following key features such as ①quick and precise bibliographic search; ②powerful federated search; ③easy interface; ④universal viewers support; ⑤powerful customization support.
▶ KRpia Service (http://www.krpia.co.kr)
KRPIA is a knowledge content native to Korea covering 10 subject categories of Literature, History, Philosophy, Arts, Culture, Religion, Animals/Plants, Social Science, Korean Traditional Medicine, and References. It provides original texts and multimedia with key functions of Powerful Federated and Full-text Search; Most Optimized Interface enabled by Digital Interaction Technology; Unicode Supporting; Online Annotation; Convenient Data Management.
Q. I want to know all about trial service.
For inquiries of overseas institutions’ trial, annual subscription fee, and services, etc., please contact to the agent or directly to sales team (email@example.com) depending on the regions of institution.
Q. When we face a service trouble, what do we do?
If you find any problem with our services, please email us the problem to either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Service trouble will be treated at the first priority upon the receipt, and the results will be notified to you as soon as possible.
Q. Is there any options for archiving service such as provision of backup CD-ROM or digital archiving and preservation service?
Currently, we do not provide both data backup CD-ROM and any archiving service.
Q. What is the subscription policy either for multi-campuses or affiliated organizations?
We regard them as an independent subscriber when the name of either campus or location is different. Thus, multi-campuses and affiliated organizations have to make a contract separately.