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Brigham Young University: Site consists of an online bibliography of music and dance bibliographies and reference sources; a wiki devoted to music and dance reference information and resources; a blog devoted to music and dance bibliography and reference; access to unpublished bibliographies; an experimental Facebook network designed as a forum for interested librarians, scholars, and students. Bibliography includes bibliographies and reference sources (both print and online), some of which are annotated with critiques on use, coverage, organization, and pros and cons. Many entries also list published reviews for the corresponding sources.
Provides links to music internet sites; government arts sites; MCA directories; Music Forum articles index; and other resource documents.
National Archives (Great Britain): The National Archives is the UK government's official archive, containing over 1,000 years of history. The collection contains over 11 million historical government and public records and is one of the largest in the world, containing paper and parchment, electronic records and websites, photographs, posters, maps, drawings and paintings. The catalogue is available to search online.
National Archives of Australia: The records in the collection of the National Archives of Australia trace the events and decisions that shaped the nation. Papers of Governors-General, Prime Ministers and Ministers are held as well as Cabinet documents, Royal Commission files and departmental records on defence, immigration, security and intelligence, naturalisation, and many other issues involving the federal government. The main focus is on records created since the formation of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901. There are also some nineteenth-century records relating to functions that were transferred by the colonies to the Commonwealth government, including shipping and post offices. Most records in the collection are files, but there are also significant holdings of photographs, posters, maps, architectural drawings, films, playscripts, musical scores and sound recordings.
National Film and Sound Archive: The National Film and Sound Archive is the national audiovisual archive for Australia. The Archive preserves and shares Australia's moving images and sound recordings from the first film images to the modern classics. The catalogue of the Archive is available to search online.
National Geographic Society: The NGS Publications Index includes broad subject indexing to NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC plus many other NGS magazines, books, films and videos, educational products, map products, interactive features, and newsletters produced by the National Geographic Society. For full text of articles or books, you can purchase them at a National Geographic Store or visit your local library. Some selected articles are also available online for free.
National Library of Australia: An open access journal publishing service hosted by the National Library of Australia. Journals include (as of 2013) The ANZTLA EJournal (Australian New Zealand Theological Association), the Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology, Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies, Australian Journal of Adoption, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, Australian Studies, Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (JASAL) Labour and Management in Development, Reviews in Australian Studies. Also included are National Library of Australia staff papers.
National Archives (Great Britain): The NRA is a central point for the collection and dissemination of information about the nature and location of manuscripts relating to British history. It consists of over 44,000 unpublished lists and catalogues that describe archival holdings in the United Kingdom and overseas. The website provices online access to lists and catalogues which have been indexed according to corporate bodies, persons and families.
Rapid Intelligence: This site provides an interface for comparing national statistics in graphical formats. Statistics are sourced from organisations such as the CIA World Factbook, United Nations, World Health Organization, World Bank, World Resources Institute, UNESCO, UNICEF and the OECD.
Federal Court of Australia: This database contains Australian material relating to native title and land claims including journal articles, books, book chapters, conference papers, reports and press clippings. This collection began in the 1990s, although some material dates back to 1839. It also includes selected material from other jurisdictions including New Zealand, the United States, Canada, Africa and Asia.