Halsbury's Laws of Australia is a legal encyclopaedia providing a comprehensive overview ofAustralian law, and is a must-have reference tool for legal professionals in private and public sectors, librarians and students. Halsbury's 89 titles cover both mainstream and little known subject areas.
This is a portal provided by McGraw Hill Education featuring the complete contents of Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine as well as giving access to medical videos, Harrison’s Lecture Notes, an Emergency Medicine Photo gallery and more.
An online, fully searchable, image-based collection of law journals, treaties, reports, historical legal texts, constitutions and more. Provides full text access with exact page images of the documents in PDF format as they appear in the original print. The collection has a strong focus on the United States, but also includes Australian, UK and international sources.
A comprehensive database of world history (excluding the United States and Canada). Topics range from the Renaissance to the present. This database includes citations and abstracts to articles from historical, social science and humanities journals, books and dissertations in more than 50 languages.
This resource contains over 12,500 time series of U.S. statistics for population, migration, health, commerce, business, climate, agriculture and government. It covers colonial times to 1970 and is produced by U.S. Bureau of the Census.
The digitised archive of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
NAACP Papers: Board Of Directors, Annual Conferences, Major Speeches, And National Staff Files: ProQuest’s digitisation of the NAACP Papers begins with the central organizational records: thousands of pages documenting important meetings, monthly reports to the board of directors, and the association’s annual conferences. This module also collects special reports by NAACP officers and committees on issues including the Ku Klux Klan, discrimination in public employment, the depiction of Blacks in motion pictures, economic equality, the church and civil rights and the changing attitudes of Black youth.
NAACP Papers: The NAACP’s Major Campaigns— Education, Voting, Housing, Employment, Armed Forces: The Education files in this module document the systematic assault on segregated education that culminated in Brown v. Board of Education in 1954. Fighting for voting rights was one of the NAACP’s earliest major campaigns; the 1916-1950 files document the NAACP’s campaign against the “white primary,” discriminatory registration practices and the “grandfather clause.” The armed forces portion of this module is an exceptionally rich documentary source on African American military service between 1918 and the early 1950s.
Provides free access to primary legal materials and some publicly available secondary materials from Hong Kong including access to databases on cases, legislation and other legal reports, decisions and papers.
Access to the bibliographic details of all House of Commons and Lords parliamentary papers published from the beginning of 1987. This information can be used to locate the relevant microfiche in the Official Documents microform collection located in the Chifley Library at this call number:
Produced by the Department of Home Affairs Library, MAIS is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts a wide range of media from published and unpublished material. Subject coverage includes immigration, emigration, multiculturalism, ethnicity, racism, multicultural education, migrant health, welfare and social services, access and equity, settlement services, refugees, population studies, and aboriginal studies
Provides full text, abstracts and bibliographic indexing of scholarly sources in the humanities and specialized magazines. Source documents include: feature articles, interviews, obituaries, bibliographies, original works of fiction, drama, poetry, book reviews, reviews of ballets, dance programs, motion pictures, musicals, operas, plays, and radio and television programs.