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: Australia's national research centre for crime and justice. Contains a wide range of Australian criminal justice statistics which can be browsed by region or topics such as courts, fraud, cybercrime and policing. Some selected international crime statistics are also included.
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare: The AIHW is Australia's national agency for health and welfare statistics and information. Topics covered include: ageing and aged care, housing and homelessness, population health, alcohol and other drugs, mortality, diabetes and hospitals. Access is also provided to a number of data cubes and to METeOR, AIHW's Metadata Online Registry.
National Library of Australia: The Australian Joint Copying Project or AJCP is a collection of historical material relating to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific dating from 1560 to 1984. The material has been drawn from records held in the United Kingdom and microfilmed. This guide contains descriptions of the contents of the AJCP handbooks, the material contained in the AJCP,and the related microfilm reel/s,
Australian National University and Proquest: The Australian Key Journals Index provides access to the tables of contents of 82 Australian journals in the social sciences and humanities, from the date of their first publication to 1991. Journals indexed in the database include Adelaide Law Review, Architecture Australia, Art and Australia, Australian Book Review, Australian Economic Review, Australian Literary Studies, Australian Women's Weekly, Business Review Weekly, Federal Law Review, Journal of Industrial Relations, Overland and Westerly. The project was co-ordinated and developed by the ANU Library with University of Adelaide Library and the National Library of Australia and ProQuest Information & Learning. This version of the database is made available free of charge to students and scholars within Australia.
National Library of Australia: ALG is a free World Wide Web-based directory service which provides access to information about thousands of Australian libraries, their collections and services.
RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on library and information science from 1982 onwards. ALISA aims to cover comprehensively all current Australian literature on library and information services and the library workforce including education and training, information technology including CD-ROM, networking, electronic publishing, and telecommunications. There are also records relating to Australian children's literature, and archives. Source documents include monographs, research reports, conference papers, periodical articles and unpublished material. Overseas articles by Australian authors or on Australian libraries are also indexed.
A Collection of 18th, 19th and early 20th Century Australian Texts. The following institutions have provided texts and support for the advancement of this project: Australian Cooperative Digitisation Project 1840-45, Macquarie Dictionary Ozcorp Database, Scholarly Editions Centre at the Australian Defence Forces Academy, Canberra, State Library of New South Wales, Vicnet Ozlit Web Site at the Victorian State Library Scholars Centre, University of Western Australia
National Library of Australia: A guide to researching Australian literature at the National Library of Australia. Includes references to print publications held at the Library and selected websites.
National Library of Australia: A guide to how to use and find maps in the National Library of Australia to research family history. This guide covers pastoral and squatting maps, county and parish maps, real estate and sales plans.
Centre for Media History, Macquarie University: The Australian Media History Database lists sources, resources, courses and current researchers in the field of Australian media history. The database aspires to list all research into Australian media history by established academics, early career researchers, research higher degree students, and independent scholars.