In cooperation with the Russian Book Chamber, East View has digitized the Russian national bibliographies going back to 1980 and made them searchable in the Russian National Bibliography (UDB-BIB) collection. Digitally access the most comprehensive bibliographic product of Russian works and search for citations from books, newspapers, journals, dissertation abstracts, musical scores, even maps, with a single keystroke. Effortlessly access nearly five million Russian bibliographic citations in all disciplines from over 21,000 publishers by year, author, subject, title, or any keyword. Users can search in Cyrillic or transliteration to find relevant references. A new, faceted search narrows categories to source, year, author, publisher, location, and subjects. Cross-links in metadata deliver results by subject, source, author, and more.
With an even better, updated interface, UDB-BIB has new functionality and the following features:
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East View is pleased to announce that an additional 859,550 book records from Knizhnaia letopis’ issues dated 1980-1997 have been added to the Russian National Bibliography (UDB-BIB) collection at bib.eastview.com, bringing the total available and searchable book records to nearly 2 million.
Knizhnaia letopis’, renamed in 2015 to Knigi Rossii, is considered the most important resource to follow book publishing trends in the USSR and Russia.
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