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DigitalNZ: DigitalNZ is an initiative that aims to make New Zealand digital content easy to find, share and use. This includes content from government departments, publicly funded organisations, the private sector, and community groups. Includes access to Matapihi, a window onto the online collections of a number of New Zealand cultural organisations, as well as other sites containing large amounts of digital content.
Australian Society of Archivists Inc: Searchable directory of archives in Australia
Lund University Libraries: This service covers free, full text, quality controlled scientific and scholarly journals. Subjects covered include agriculture and food sciences; arts and architecture; biology and life sciences; business and economics; chemistry; earth and environmental sciences; health and medicine; history and archaeology; languages and literatures; law and political science; mathematics and statistics; philosophy and religion; physics and astronomy; social sciences; and technology and engineering.
Ebsco: Provides access to the growing collection of multidisciplinary eBook titles, representing a broad range of academic subject matter, held at the National Library of Australia. Individual titles are also accessible via the National Library catalogue. Also available on your mobile app at http://support.ebsco.com/support_news/detail.php?id=944&page=1
EBSCO: Provides access to the selected full text content of journals across the disciplines. Not all content in this service is available due to licensing or publisher restrictions. Ask a Librarian http://www.nla.gov.au/askalibrarian for more information.
Thomson Gale in association with the British Library: The aims of the ESTC are to provide a comprehensive bibliography of the printed output of the hand-press era, to list the whereabouts of surviving copies, and to note the existence of facsimiles. The holdings of over 2,000 libraries around the world are represented. It includes 1. All relevant items printed in the British Isles in any language; 2. All relevant items printed in Colonial America, the United States (1776-1800) and Canada; in any language; 3. All relevant items printed wholly or partly in English, or other British vernaculars, in any other part of the world. (Source: R. C. Alston and M. J. Jannetta. Bibliography, Machine Readable Cataloguing and the ESTC, London, the British Library, 1978, p.16).
: Searchable website bringing together the over 4000 Early European manuscripts, artworks, museum objects and incunabula in Australasian collections. Contains authoritative descriptions of these materials and provides information on their locations in museum and library collections throughout Australia.
Dow Jones: Factiva (Dow Jones and Proquest) provides access to global news and business information as well as full text coverage of major Australian and international newspapers and journals. Same-day news wires, company reports, investment analyst reports, market research reports, country and regional profiles, company profiles, and historical market data are also provided. Coverage of individual publications varies widely.
National Archives of Australia: A glossary of commonly used archival terms and terminology. For a related work, see also the Society of American Archivists (SAA) online publication 'A glossary of archival and records terminology' http://www2.archivists.org/glossary
Heritage Council of Ireland: The Irish Archives Resource enables researchers/users to search for publicly accessible archival collections that are located in Ireland. It contains contains web links from each descriptive entry to repository home pages, detailed item level finding aids, databases, or digital objects.
Mura Gadi is an online guide to significant manuscripts, pictures and oral histories in the National Library of Australia relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples prior to 2003. Although it does not list the many books, periodicals and other publications in the Library relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, these materials can be found using the Library's online catalogue at http://www.nla.gov.au/catalogue/
The Guide to the collections, edited by Clifford A. Burmester, was originally published by the National Library of Australia between 1974 and 1982. In it he made a survey of the library's collections by subject. This online Guide is an update of a number of the collections that appeared in the original publication, The entries give details about the individuals, families or organisations that assembled the collections, describe the size, scope and strengths of each collection, and summarise how they have been acquired, organised, catalogued or listed by the Library. While the majority of the collections described consist largely of Australian materials, there are also entries for significant Asian, European and North American collections. These descriptions are intended to complement the Library's catalogue and other finding-aids.