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ACT Heritage Library: The A.C.T. electoral rolls for the years 1916, 1917, 1928, 1935, 1943, 1949, 1955, 1959 and 1967.
ACT Government: Multi-layered online mapping, imagery and land information for the Australian Capital Territory. Allows for customised maps to be created and printed.
ACT Government: The ACT Memorial honours men and women who have an association with the ACT and who served in conflicts, peacekeeping missions and related service throughout the world, some of whom paid the supreme sacrifice. The Memorial has two parts: the physical Memorial, located opposite Civic Square on London Circuit; and this web site, containing a database of names and information about the people honoured by the Memorial. The website contains a database of people associated with the ACT who are eligible for the Roll of Honour and Commemorative Roll of the Australian War Memorial. It includes those who died during or as a result of war, warlike operations, peace-keeping missions, as the result of military service, or on humanitarian missions.
ACT Planning and Land Authority: The ACT Planning and Land Authority is responsible for the naming of public places in the ACT (nomenclature). Public places include districts, divisions (suburbs), streets, parks and geographical features. This part of the ACT Planning and Land Authority web site includes general information on Canberra's place names, names Acts, naming policies, origins of district and suburb names and the Place Names Committee.
: A free service that searches across the databases of all the major online bookstores. As well as searching for used, out of print, and rare titles, it has the facility to search for new titles, music, magazines and movies.
RMIT Publishing: An indexing and full text database that provides access to journal articles on all aspects of education. Source documents include journal articles, monographs, research reports, theses, conference papers, legislation, parliamentary debates, newspaper articles, tests and web. Subject coverage includes curriculum, educational research, information science, librarianship, management, policy administration, psychology, sociology, teaching and training. Includes content indexed by the Australian Council for Education Research (ACER).
Informit: Produced by the Australian Council for Educational Research, AEI is an index to materials at all levels of education and related fields, including educational research, policy administration, teacher education, curriculum, educational psychology and library and information science. Source documents include journal articles, monographs, research reports, theses, conference papers, legislation, parliamentary debates and newspaper articles.
Informit: A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on policing, criminology, law enforcement and related fields from 1991 onwards. Source documents include selected Australian and overseas journals, conference papers and chapters of some books. Subject coverage includes policing, criminology, law enforcement, law, management, occupational health and safety, and social sciences.
Society of Australian Genealogists: This CD contains indexes to 3.9 million records drawn from the collections of 39 family history societies and institutions throughout Australia and New Zealand and is available to researchers in this fully searchable format for the first time. 19th & 20th century data drawn from cemetery records, shipping arrivals, newspaper entries, council rate books and war memorials are among the records included. Each entry shows name, date and type of event and the source from which it is drawn. ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE NEWSPAPER READING ROOM ON JUKE BOX PC.
Informit: AGIS covers all aspects of law including: banking, companies and securities, constitutional law, criminal law, environmental law, copyright law, family law, legal aid and human rights. Australian, New Zealand and Pacific law journals are comprehensively indexed and abstracted, and material from major US, UK and Canadian law journals is selectively included. Source documents include over 120 Australian, New Zealand and Asia Pacific law journals, and selected articles from major law journals from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.