TIC Database

 

TIC database is a collection of information on social sciences and humanities of Thailand and Southeast Asian countries. It provides access to bibliographic records and English indicative abstract of documents available in TIC. TIC database is available only for Chulalongkorn University members within the Chulalongkorn University Network. Non-CU members can access to this database at the TIC, 6th floor, Office of Academic Resources.

 

Previously, TIC offered abstracting training for students in the field of Library and Information Science and libraries that needed to provide abstract for users.

 

 

Imaging Services

 

TIC provides an image processing system, which records interesting newspaper clipping files through the scanner. To use imaging services, please contact the circulation counter service.

 

 

Document Delivery Services (DDS)

 

Document Delivery Services (DDS) is the cooperated service between TIC and other CU libraries; for example, Political Science Library, Humanities Information Center, Chulalongkorn Business School Library, and Sasin’s Prajadhipok-Rambhai Barni Library. CU-member, except undergraduate student, can use DDS by contacting your faculty/institution’s library.

 

 

Inter-Library Loans (ILL)

 

TIC offers an Inter-Library Loans service for users from other institutions/universities; for instance, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Mahidol University, Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI), and National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA). To use this service, please contact your library.

 

 

IT Facilities

 

  • TIC provides five computers for users to access TIC database.
  • TIC database is available only for CU members within the Chulalongkorn University Network. In case of using from outside Chulalongkorn University area, CU members can access TIC database through VPN of the university. Please click VPN button on the right-top of the homepage.
  • Wireless access is available for CU members only.
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