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Oxford University Press: American National Biography is a fully searchable resource offering portraits of more than 18,000 men and women, from all eras and walks of life, who have made an impact on the American nation. Biographical entries include illustrations, hyperlinked cross-references and links to select Web sites. The database is updated quarterly and is the online version of the print resource, "American National Biography".
Informit: A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from over 160 Australian health and medical journals, most of which are not indexed for MEDLINE, on all aspects of health and medicine. Source documents include journals, conference proceedings, government reports, selected monographs and National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) session reports (to 1996). Subject coverage includes all aspects of health and medicine, with an emphasis on clinical medicine and paraprofessional fields. AMI includes some material from the subsets of NHMRC and Aboriginal health records.
Proquest: This genealogy research website includes the following categories: Census, Marriage & Death, Trees & Community, Immigration Records, Family Facts, Military, Directories & Member Lists, Family & Local Histories, Newspapers & Periodicals, Court, Land & Probate and Reference & Finding Aids. There are billions of records online: some of these records are free for anyone to access, but the majority are accessible only by paid subscription. Ancestry (Library Edition) is a partnership of Ancestry.com and Proquest.
Aspect Financial Pty Ltd: This research tool offers access to Australian companies' annual reports dating back to 1995. It also provides access to the full documentation of Australian Stock Exchange announcements from October 1998 to today, including prospectuses. These announcements are updated continually throughout the day. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
Royal Anthropological Institute: The Anthropological Index Online is based on the journal holdings of The Anthropology Library at the The British Museum (formerly Museum of Mankind) which receives periodicals in all branches of anthropology, from academic institutions and publishers around the world. References are available for periodicals from the 1970's to the present.
Old Maps.com: Antique Map Price Record includes the most up-to-date information on the antique maps market. The database currently contains over 20,000 entries of recent dealer and auction records, representing over 1,000 mapmakers. This data was compiled from the offerings of over 100 dealer and auction catalogs, representing the quickest way to investigate map prices and study trade in cartographic materials. The database will be continually updated, with both historical data and new information. Click on the "Search PriceFinder" link at the bottom of the page to conduct advanced searches.
ANZAAB is the professional body which represents the members of the antiquarian book business in Australia and New Zealand. Use the 'search bookshops' facility to locate antiquarian booksellers.
Apabi: ***FOR ACCESS BY REGISTERED NATIONAL LIBRARY USERS, FIRST LOGIN AT THE TOP RIGHT OF THIS SCREEN.*** The Chinese ebook Collection is a selection of Chinese language full-text electronic books. Subjects covered include modern Chinese history, Chinese studies, economics, politics, literature and statistics. Users can search using Chinese characters or romanised letters (Pinyin). The books are presented as facsimile images of the original print version. Please note you cannot print pages from the e-book directly, but it is possible to cut and paste text into other applications such as Word. REGISTERED USERS OUTSIDE THE LIBRARY WILL HAVE TO DOWNLOAD THE APABI READER, LINK IS LOCATED ON THE E-BOOK PAGE. REMOTE ACCESS, CLICK ON THE - IP User Login - RIGHT TOP CORNER ON THE E-BOOK PAGE. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
National Library of Australia and Informit: Australian Public Affairs - Full Text is an online collection of scanned images of articles from more than 500 Australian journals indexed in APAIS, the Australian Public Affairs Information Service produced by the National Library of Australia. Key topics include environment, globalisation, history, industrial relations, immigration, politics, social policy, public health and national identity. Key journals include Australian Aboriginal Studies, Australian Health Review, Australian Historical Studies; Communication, Journal of Industrial Relations, Journal of Australian Political Economy and Oceania. Commenced as the Australian Public Affairs Information Service or APAIS in 1945; online availability dates from 1978; full text (as APAFT) dates from 1995. Early issues from 1952-1977 are at RF 016.3 AUS.
Informit: Covers items relevant to the Asia Pacific Economic Community (APEC) including trade and investment data, trade promotion investment, industrial science and technology, human resource development, energy, telecommunications, marine resource conservation, fisheries, transportation, and tourism.