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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.
University of Chicago: The Digital South Asia Library provides digital materials for reference and research on South Asia. Material includes reference works, maps, statistics, bibliographies, indexes books and journals. Contributions are made from libraries in Europe, the United States, Asia, Australia and international organisations.
National Centre of Biography, Australian National University: A collection of digitised and out of copyright compendiums of Australian biography. Titles include Australian Men of Mark, A Biographical Register 1788-1939: Notes from the Name Index of the Australian Dictionary of Biography by H J Gibbney and Ann Smith (vols 1 and 2) , Dictionary of Australian Biography by Percival Serle (vols 1 and 2)
Australian Society of Archivists Inc: Searchable directory of archives in Australia
Crown Content Pty Ltd: This directory covers national and state associations, foundations, marketing bodies, institutes and committees. Also included are international associations with branches in Australia.
Christian Research Association: The directory includes an alphabetical listing of all the major religious organisations in Australia.
Macbeth Genealogical Services: This database allows you to search the Victorian Divorce Index between the years of 1861 and 1900.
OAPEN Foundation: A collection of open acces, peer reviewed books from academic publishers. Covers all subject areas.
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.
Commonwealth of Australia: This website's aim is to trace the development of Australian democracy through the key documents directing the constitutional paths taken so far. The eight State and Territory government archives planned and produced this website in partnership with the support of Australia's National Council for the Centenary of Federation. Collected on this website are the sets of documents which tell the story of Australia's democracy.