After launching in 1997, AskZad has consistently maintained its place among the Arabic digital community by offering a vast amount of archived journals, articles, newspapers, books, and other forms of media within the Middle East.
A vast Arabic library for libraries around the world:
Designed with the needs of researchers in mind, AskZad contains scans of original articles going as far back as 1823. AskZad's diverse collection includes published content from the Middle East in Arabic as well as Arabic content worldwide. The majority of AskZad's content is in Arabic but content in English, French and German is also available.
With AskZad's recent overhaul, the digital library reclaims its title as the premier place for Arab academic research.
Our newest features include:
- Fresh website design
- Cutting edge reader enabling highlighting, making notes, and bookmarking sections
- Integration with the most popular bibliographic software for easy citations
- Focus has been placed on adding full-text documents enabling easier search and citing of documents
- An intuitive bookshelf to easily save your most important content
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