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Dave Evans: This CD is an index of names of people who were killed or injured in mining accidents in Victoria from the earliest known up to 2002.
Monash University and University of Queensland: A website containing the history of all the places (towns, suburbs, cities, villages and settlements) in the state of Victoria (Australia). PLaces are included if they have ever had a population of more than 200 since the establishment of Victoria as a British colony.
Victorian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages: Provides access to the Historical Index containing information on Victorian births (1853-1912), marriages (1853-1942), deaths (1853-1985) and church baptisms, marriages and burials (1836-1853). Also provides access to the Marine Index, containing over 6,200 entries relating to births, marriages and deaths that happened between 1853 and 1920 onboard international and coastal ships bound for port in Victoria. A fee to search the indexes applies.
Brill: VKI is the longest running series of monographs and edited volumes on the humanities and social sciences of Southeast Asia, and to date almost 300 volumes have been published by internationally renowned scholars. The books were originally published between 1938 and 1986, and provide an indispensable research collection on Southeast Asia, and especially Indonesia. The first 100 volumes have been made available on Open Access from Brill and KITLV, an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.
National Centre for Vocational Education Research: The VOCEDplus database contains material on vocational education and training (VET), higher education, adult and community education, informal learning, and VET in Schools. It is international in scope and contains over 44,000 English language records, many with links to full text documents. Included are entries for research reports; periodical/journal articles; electronic documents; papers (published and unpublished); evaluation studies; policy documents; survey results; proceedings (workshops/seminars/conferences); theses; bibliographies; books; government publications; and published statistics.
RMIT Publishing: VPI&E Catalogue (formerly ELIXIR) reflects the holdings of the libraries within the Department of Primary Industries, Victoria. These libraries have specialist collections in ecology, forestry, agriculture, mineral resources, conservation, water and land management, pest plant and animal control, fisheries and marine studies. VPI&E Catalogue indexes and abstracts books, reports, theses, video recordings, manuscripts and pictorial matter held in DPI departmental libraries and regional collections. Most of the books and reports listed can be borrowed through interlibrary loan.
Western Australian Genealogical Society: This CD-ROM is an index of approximately 3,500 inquests that were held in various Western Australian police courts to investigate fatalities that occurred in WA during the period 1876-1903.
Western Australian Genealogical Society: The information on this CD-ROM contains the details of 525 men and women who served as warders, gaolers and matrons, within the prison system of Western Australia.
War Graves Photographic Project: The War Graves Photographic Project aims to photograph the war graves of all nationalities in all military conflicts and to make these available through a searchable database. The site is free to search and view information, including a picture of the grave; photographs of individual graves may be purchased. The site is a joint venture with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, assisted by the Office of Australian War Graves, Canadian Veterans Affairs and the New Zealand Ministry of Heritage and Culture.
Gale Cengage Learning: Online edition of Water: Science and Issues (2003). Covers all important water science concepts and current issues and highlights major historical developments and key figures Part of the Gale Virtual Reference Library. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.