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81. FreeAustralian politics and government; print resources

National Library of Australia: A guide to the print resources relating to Australian politics and government held at the National Library.

82. FreeAustralian politics and government: websites

National Library of Australia: These are general sites for researching the Australian government on the Internet and provide a starting place for researchers in this field. They lead to a diverse range of information on Australian government resources as well as providing links to other useful sites.

83. FreeAustralian Prime Ministers Centre

: The Australian Prime Ministers Centre tells the story of Australia's Prime Ministers and their governments.

84. FreeAustralian Schools Directory

Future Media Group: Directory of Australian schools, including all government and private schools at primary and secondary levels. Searchable by location and type. Includes feature pages on some schools which contain more information on that schools facilities, scholarships and academic programs etc

85. FreeAustralian Science and Technology Heritage Centre (Austehc)

University of Melbourne, Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre: Provides access to authoritative information resources dealing with the history and heritage of science, technology and medicine, primarily with an Australian focus. Resources include Bright Sparcs (a biographical database of scientists), the Australian Science at Work Register and the online version of the publication Technology in Australia 1788-1988. It also provides access to finding aids to archival collections of Australian scientists and scientific organisations.

86. FreeAustralian science and technology: selected websites

National Library of Australia: These sites provide a starting place for researchers in the field. They lead to a diverse range of information on Australian science and technology resources as well as providing links to other useful sites.

87. FreeAustralian Securities & Investments Commission - Business Names Register

Australian Securities Commission: Free searches provide basic details about an organisation on ASIC's National Names Index. Simply enter the organisation's name and/or the ABN or ACN number. This gives you general information such as: company names, business names,(national), Australian Company Numbers (ACNs) and Australian Registered Body Numbers (ARBNs), type of company, locality of the office, list of documents lodged etc.

88. FreeAustralian State and Territory Parliamentary Databases

: This site is a gateway to the parliamentary websites for all States and Territories. From the parliamentary websites it is possible to access a range of information including links to Hansard (records of debates of the legislative assembly), Bills (legislation currently before parliament), Speeches by members, biographical information about members of parliament, reports of standing and select committees and additional information such as resources for students and teachers and live broadcasts of sittings.

89. FreeAustralian studies resources: full text and image collections

SETIS: The Australian Studies Resources page at the University of Sydney Library's Electronic Text and Image Service (SETIS)provides access to digital editions of Australian literary and historical texts and a number of other Australian Studies Resources. Titles available in the Full Text collections include: Australian Literary and Historical Texts, Australian Classic Works (contemporary Authors on demand at Sydney University Press), Australian Federation Full Text Database ( the national debates and auxiliary writings of the 1890's, Australian Cooperative Digitisation Project 1840-45: Novels and Periodicals, Australian Poets: Brennan, Harford and Slessor, Journals of Inland Exploration, First Fleet and Early Settlement (manuscripts and published journals of the First Fleet).

90. FreeAustralian Thesaurus of Education Descriptors

ACER Cunningham Library: The Australian Thesaurus of Education Descriptors (ATED) is the definitive reference on Australian terminology in the area of education. It reflects terminology used to describe research and practice in Australian education. ATED is used to index the Australian Education Index, Education Research Theses, Database of Research on International Education, Blended, Online Learning and Distance Education research bank, Indigenous Education Research Database and the ACER library catalogue and can also be used to consult these databases. ATED is developed and maintained by Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) Cunningham Library and is now in its fourth revised edition.