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.
Covers indexed articles from published material on pre-1980 Australian, New Zealand and Papua-New Guinean military history and related topics and is produced by the University College Library, Australian Defence Force Academy.
Please note: MIHILIST is no longer updated and is only available as an archive database.
This collection contains records compiled by the United Society Partners in Gospel (USPG), a UK-based Anglican missionary organisation that operates around the world. From the 18th to the early-20th century, the USPG went by the name of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts (SPG).
In 1783 the British Government sent 1,500 people on a fleet of 11 ships, now known as the First Fleet, to establish a penal colony in New South Wales. The first missionaries from the SPG arrived a decade later in 1793. In the generations since the arrival of the mission, Christianity has become the main religion practised in Australia.
This collection includes letters, journals and supplementary material composed by the SPG’s Australian branches during the period 1808-1967. These documents contain reports on the progress of the mission, relations with the indigenous people, the passage to Australia, and insights into how monetary grants were spent. The papers provide an unparalleled insight into the establishment and subsequent development of the Church of Australia.
This bibliographic database indexes and abstracts articles from material held by the Stanton Library, North Sydney Council. 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.
Australian Book Review (ABR) is one of Australia’s leading cultural magazines. Created in 1961, it publishes reviews, essays, commentaries and new creative writing. The magazine is national in readership, authorship, distribution, partners and influence. It is available in print and via ABR Online.
ABR is a fully independent non-profit organisation. Its primary aims are several: to foster high critical standards; to provide an outlet for fine new writing; and to contribute to the preservation of literary values and a full appreciation of Australia’s literary heritage.
An index of materials covering all aspects of crime and criminal justice. Source documents include journal articles, books, book chapters, conference papers, government documents, book reviews, and theses. Subject coverage includes corrections, crime prevention, criminal law, criminology, juvenile justice, law enforcement, police and victims of crime. Statistical publications are gradually being added.
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.
Produced by the Australian Federal Police Library, Canberra, AFPD is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published material on policing & law enforcement, and national security issues such as counter-terrorism, aviation security, protection, organised crime, cyber threats, border operations and intelligence capabilities from 1991 onwards.
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.
A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on Australia's natural and cultural environment. Source documents include journals, unpublished reports, books, videos and conference proceedings. Subject coverage includes ceremonial grounds and sacred sites, historic towns and buildings, national parks, and world heritage sites.
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.
Produced by ACHLIS (Australian Clearing House for Library and Information Science), is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on library science, information science, information technology, children's literature and archives. Source documents include monographs, research reports, conference papers, periodical articles and unpublished materials.
Produced by Sydney Electronic Text and Image Service (SETIS) at the University of Sydney Library, the collection contains more than 300 Australian literary and historical texts. Texts are listed in alphabetical order by author's name. Users can also search keywords or browse by category.
In the tradition of the Oxford English Dictionary, the Australian National Dictionary Centre - a joint initiative of the Australian National University and Oxford University Press - published The Australian National Dictionary: A Dictionary of Australianisms on Historical Principles in 1988.
Digitised newspapers is a part of the National Library of Australia’s TROVE database and is freely available. It includes digitised newspapers from every Australian State and Territory with over 11 million pages from over 600 Australian newspapers. Newly digitised articles are added daily.
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.
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.
Standards Online Premium provides online access to the full text of all Australian standards; their international equivalents; withdrawn and superseded standards; document history; and referenced standards. Covers subject areas in the technical and business areas. Full text access is provided for one user at a time, but other users may be conducting a search while full text access is taking place. Users are required to register and authenticate when downloading a document.
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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.
Austrom is an umbrella title given to a suite of databases dealing with a broad range of Australian topics.
Databases on AUSTROM include : AEI (Australian education index); AFPD (Australian Federal Police digest); AGIS (Attorney-General's information service); ALISA (Australian library & information science abstracts); APAIS (Australian public affairs information service); ARCH (Australian architecture database); ATI (Australian tourism index); AUSPORT (Australian sport database); CINCH (Australian criminology database); CSI (Consumer sciences index); DELTAA (Database on English language teaching for adults in Australasia); FAMILY (Australian family & society abstracts database); MAIS (Multicultural Australia and immigration studies)