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SAI Global: The SAI Global Infostore allows for purchase of all Australian, ISO and IEC Standards, plus a range of publications from other national and international standards organisations. Superseded standards are also included. You can choose an instant PDF download, or order a hard copy for delivery by mail. Onsite users at the National Library of Australia may request paper copies of Australian standards for use onsite in our Main Reading Room via our catalogue using the record with the BIB ID 2743530. THE NATIONAL LIBRARY NO LONGER PROVIDES ACCESS TO THE ONLINE SERVICE SAI GLOBAL PUBLIC LIBRARY.
State Library of Victoria and MacBeth Genealogical Services Pty Ltd: This is a facsimile copy on CD-ROM of five Melbourne directories originally published in print. Over 2000 images of original pages are included. ONLY AVAILABLE ON THE JUKE BOX PC IN THE NEWSPAPERS AND FAMILY HISTORY ZONE OF THE MAIN READING ROOM.
John Sands: A complete digital edition of the Sands Sydney, Suburban and Country Commercial Directory, made available by the City of Sydney. Available online for the years 1858-1933, it contains household and business information which is a fundamental source for research into Sydney history, especially family history.
RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles on science & technology policy and research & development and general management from 1978 onwards. Source documents are articles indexed from over 200 current Australian and international journal titles. Subject coverage includes all aspects of human resource management, S&T and R&D management, social and economic implications of scientific innovation, science and technology policy, planning and evaluation, and technology transfer.
RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database that indexes popular journals on a broad range of subjects. SAGE covers practically all disciplines of knowledge, though the scientific ones are most heavily represented. Source documents: Most journals indexed are Australian but selected overseas titles are also included. The scope of the SAGE database, and the range of journals included, is determined by the needs of schools and public libraries. Subject coverage: Science and General, including Agriculture, Archaeology, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Ethics, Geography, Natural History, Physics, Sustainability and Zoology. SAGE is intended for a user group including secondary school students, lower tertiary students and the general public.
Screen Australia: This resource provides access to comprehensive statistics on the production and release of Australian feature films, TV drama and documentaries. It also provides information on audiovisual markets, co-production partners and comparison indicators of feature film production for Australia and over 50 other countries.
State Archives and Records Authority of New South Wales: Provides colour digitised images of early convict indents held at the State Archives and Records Authority of NSW. These indents list the convicts transported to New South Wales 1842-1855. Early indents provide name, date and place of trial and sentence while the later indents usually include physical description, native place, age and crime.
EBSCO Publishing: The Serials Directory provides access to the most up-to-date and accurate bibliographic information as well as current pricing structures for popular serials. This database contains over 182,000 U.S. and international titles, including newspapers, historical data for an additional 20,000 titles and data from over 85,000 publishers worldwide.
RMIT Publishing: Covers material relating to Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei and ASEAN (as an entity). It is strong in source material tracing the various aspects of the development of the Malay States, Singapore and the Bornean regions (excluding Indonesian Borneo) from their founding through the period of colonial government, up to independence and after.
RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database of journal articles, conference papers, and other documents about issues in intellectual property. It provides a knowledge base to support policy, awareness and research in intellectual property matters. Source documents: Content is gathered from journals in IP Australia Library's collections, with further reference to other journals, conference papers, book chapters and electronic documents, as appropriate. Subject coverage: SNIPER provides information relating to IP Australia's core business areas, namely patents, trade marks and designs. SNIPER also includes other topics that impact on IP Australia's business, especially related intellectual property matters such as copyright, plant breeder's rights and domain names. These related matters are included if they relate to significant Australian or international trends and developments, or if they are significant to the field of intellectual property as a whole.