Produced by the School of Aquatic Sciences & Natural Resources Management at Deakin University, ENDANGER is a bibliographic database that indexes published and unpublished material on Australian threatened flora and fauna and related topics. Source documents include books, chapters in books, journals, newspapers, conference proceedings, theses, and some non-book material (or example video, charts, posters).
This service allows members of ANU to share research with the wider community. ANU Research accepts journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, working or technical papers and other forms of scholarly communication.
A United States Department of Education sponsored database consisting of education related literature. It is indexed and full text is available where possible. Source documents include journal articles, conferences, meetings, government documents, theses, dissertations, reports, audio-visual media, bibliographies, directories, and books.
Essential Science Indicators helps users determine the influential individuals, institutions, papers, publications, and countries in their field of study, as well as emerging research areas that could impact their work. This compilation of science performance statistics and science data trends is based on journal article publication counts and citation data from Thomson Scientific databases. It gives access to approximately ten million articles in over 11,000 journal titles from around the world.
eTG Complete includes all Therapeutic Guidelines topics integrated in a single searchable electronic product giving immediate access to over 3,000 clinical topics via a handcrafted index of more than 25,000 terms. It also includes links to key references, full text articles and relevant Cochrane Library Reviews, as well as other independent information including Australian Prescriber (including Medicines Safety Update), NPS RADAR, and NPS News. Updates are issued three times per year (March, July and November).
A visual encyclopaedia of human behaviour and culture which includes material from every continent. Thematic areas include language and culture, body language, cooking, family structures, music and the arts, gender, and more. It contains classic and contemporary documentaries, previously unpublished footage, and selected feature films.
This independent international business resource provides data on industries, countries and consumers. It features internationally comparable statistics, full text market reports, commentary from analysts, company profiles, country profiles and statistics, lifestyle analysis and lifestyle indicators. The material is continuously updated.
Collection of citations, abstracts and selected full text articles from print and electronic journals and newspapers in European business and financial information. This database also includes information on specific economic and market conditions in countries and regions throughout Europe.
This multidisciplinary free resource compiles the catalogues of Europe’s leading national and research libraries. All bibliographic records of participating institutions are represented, as well as over 24 million pages of full text content and 10 million digital objects. Registered users can download data sets, and save and export records to reference management systems.
Produced by the EPA Victoria Library, EVA – Environmental Abstracts is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles on the environment and related fields from around 600 journals published in Australia and overseas. Subject coverage includes air pollution and quality, sustainable development, salinity, environmental protection and management, hazardous wastes, recycling, waste management and disposal, water pollution, environmental assessment, and pollution control. Pre-February 1998 data includes planning, heritage, urban design and town planning.
Please note, EVA – Environmental Abstracts is no longer updated and is only available on Informit as an archive database.
Reflects 19th - 20th century political, social and gender issues in the United States, including religion, race, education, employment, marriage, sexuality, home and family life, health, and pastimes. The collection is rich in conduct of life and domestic management literature, offering insights into the daily lives of women and men, and emphasising contrasts in regional, urban and rural cultures.
Produced by the Library of the KITLV (Dutch Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology) in cooperation with the International Institute for Asian Studies, and< includes citations and abstracts of periodical articles; book chapters; bibliographies, general works on Indonesia.