This index and full text database provides access to scanned images of journal articles from published material on the social sciences and humanities and is based on the journal indexing of APAIS (Australian public affairs information service). Coverage from 1995 onwards.
Thissocial sciences and humanities bibliographic database covers Australian political, economic, legal, social and cultural affairs from 1978 onwards. It includes a wide range of materials including Australian journals and conference materials and many articles are available in full text.
The 'Oxford Arabic Dictionary' is based on real modern evidence and computational analysis of hundreds of millions of words of both English and modern standard Arabic. It holds more than 130,000 words and phrases and 200,000 translations. It is designed for native speakers of both English and Arabic and is fully searchable in either language.
The Australian Architecture Database (ARCH) is produced by Stanton Library, North Sydney Council. ARCH is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from material held by the Stanton Library.
Source documents include journal articles, exhibition reviews, obituaries, editorials, conference proceedings, news items, project articles and award features.
Subject coverage includes architecture, building, interior design, and landscape architecture.
Astronomisches Rechen-Institut BIBliographical (ARIBIB) Database for Astronomical References is a freely availbale online database for astronomical bibliography. The bibliographical information is given in a variety of formats including Image format, Index format, or Reference format, and without abstracts.
This database covers international conflicts including terrorism since 1997 and has comprehensive and historical information on political trends, the security situation and humanitarian developments. Users can download data, generate reports, browse through year by year analysis and obtain fact sheets online.
This comprehensive resource covers fine, decorative and commercial art-forms. It includes many artists and all genres of art through access to full text articles from 1995 and indexes/abstracts from 1984 along with 200,000 art reproductions. It is also useful for research into fields as diverse as women’s, media or cultural studies as well as history, anthropology and industrial design.
Art Index Retrospective is an index to nearly 600 art periodicals published between 1929 and 1984.
Coverage includes English-language periodicals, yearbooks, and museum bulletins, as well as periodicals published in French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Dutch. In addition to articles, Art Index Retrospective indexes reproductions of works of art that appear in periodicals, and citations to over 25,000 book reviews.
ARTbibliographies Modern (ABM) indexes and provides abstracts of journal articles, books, essays, exhibition catalogues, dissertations, and exhibition reviews published since the late 1960s.
ABM covers contemporary art and modern art from the late 19th century onwards. Subjects include: art history & theory, performance, installation, film & video, digital art, animation, body art, graffiti, textile design, jewellery, artist's books, theatre design, ceramics, glass, graphic design, fashion, photography, painting, printmaking, and sculpture.
This database has bibliographic records with abstracts for about 70% of the science citations and 60% of the social sciences citations. Contains Science Citation Index Expanded 1900-; Social Sciences Citation Index 1956-, and Arts & Humanities Citation Index from 1975. It allows the identification of key articles in a discipline and to search by cited reference that is to trace references that refer to a particular work or author.
A free access website for legal information from all 27 countries and territories in Asia, which enables searching and browsing databases of legislation, case-law, law reform reports, law journals and other legal information, where available, from each country. Also contains APEC, ASEAN and SAARC agreements, declarations and conventions, and other international agreements and treaties.
Instrumentation Abstract Service is part of Astrophysics Data System (ADS), and is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) under a NASA grant. The ADS is a digital library portal for researchers in astronomy and physics. The ADS maintains three bibliographic databases containing more than 10.1 million records including astronomy and astrophysics, physics, and arXiv e-prints. All abstracts and articles in the ADS are copyrighted by the publisher and their use is free for personal use only.
ATI contains bibliographic information on Australian documentation concerning sport, recreation and tourism from 1982 to 1988, tourism only from 1989, and on tourism and hospitality from 1996 to June 2000. Source documents include books, conference proceedings, audiovisual material, newspapers, journals, reports, commercial publications, unpublished material and government documents.
This is an online reference database on Australian Aboriginal tribes, nations, languages and dialectal groups. It caters for alternative names and spellings of tribes, places and dialects with links to archival files at the South Australian Museum.
A list of significant events in Australian history from 1992 to the present, covering all topics from politics and law to the arts and sport. Each entry provides background notes and references. Source documents for current events are the main newspapers, news journals and reports. For historical events, source documents include explorers' journals, newspapers, books and journal articles.
This bibliographic database, produced by the National Sport Information Centre, Australian Sports Commission, indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on all aspects of Australian sport. Source documents include journals, monographs, conference papers, government reports, theses, videotapes and audiocassettes.
A series of full-text databases containing most Australian Court and Tribunal decisions and legislation. AustLII also includes a number of subject specific databases; an extensive law reform collection; a growing law journal collection, and the most comprehensive online index to Australian law.
AustLit provides authoritative and comprehensive information on creative and critical Australian literature works relating to more than 100,000 Australian authors and literary organisations. The period spans from European settlement in Australia to the present. Some selected full text content is available.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics serves government, business, and the general population through its provision of statistics on a wide range of economic and social matters. It is updated daily with data on the economy, environment and energy, industry, people and regions. Also includes statistical publications on agriculture, demography, finance, labour, manufacturing, national accounts, prices, service industries, social trends, trade and transport.
This resource is an index to the publications and products of the Australian Bureau of Statistics, with links to the full text contents of most sources. Material is continuously updated, and includes agriculture, census data, demography, finance, International trade and labour statistics.
Provides concise and informative descriptions of the lives of significant and representative persons in Australian history. The subjects come from all walks of life including prime ministers, governor-generals and premiers, generals and bishops, artists, actors and authors, engineers and schoolteachers, to prostitutes, thieves and murderers.
This database contains digitised versions of key texts recording the making of the Australian Commonwealth including debates of the Federal Conventions of the 1890s; debates of the people's conferences at Corowa and Bathurst, and a large selection of writings of contemporaries of Federation such as Sir Robert Garran and Sir Henry Parkes.
An index of over 80 Australian journals and periodicals in the social sciences and humanities hosted by the University of Sydney. This resource covers a broad range of subjects, including visual and performing arts, political science, business and economics, law and religion.