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: Provides access to a diverse body of online primary resources relating to written and early printed culture in Britain during the period 1000 to 1500. The resources include literary manuscripts, historical documents and early printed books which are located on websites owned by libraries, archives, universities and publishers. Sister site to Connected Histories British History Resources 1500 - 1900 (available on eResources).
Tony Campbell: Online guide to all issues concerning historical maps and links ot historical map images.
Warner, Mary-Anne, with material from the State Records Authority of New South Wales: This index lists names of passengers (cabin, saloon & steerage), crew, captains, stowaways, births and deaths at sea, transcribed from the State Records Authority of New South Wales Reels of the Shipping Masters' Office, Inwards Passenger Lists. Coverage is complete for the period 1870-1878 and there is partial coverage for the periods 1854-1869, 1879-1892. Check website for details of completed indexing. Microfilm of these passenger lists is available in the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room on Open Access, mfm N 229, Microfilm Drawer Nos. 4, 5 & 6.
National Digital Forum: Matapihi lets you search across the digital collections of different New Zealand cultural organisations from one website.
: The Media Archives Project database, created by the Centre for Media History at Macquarie University, lists easily searchable archives pertaining to the Australian media, including newspapers and magazines, broadcasting and advertising. The entries provide a keyword-searchable summary of what each archive contains. Database users can check access conditions for each archive listed and contact archive holders to make arrangements to see material that interests them. The MAP database focuses on private and lesser-known archives, held by companies, peak bodies, community groups and individuals. Holdings of major collecting institutions, including research libraries and archives, are not listed
National Library of Medicine: Provides access to extensive information about specific diseases and conditions and also has links to consumer health information from the US National Institutes of Health, a dictionary, encyclopedia, lists of hospitals and physicians and clinical trials.
Merck: Provides free access to the full content of the following Merck publications: The Merck manual of diagnosis and therapy, The Merck manual of patient symptoms, The Merck manual home health handbook, The Merck manual for pet health and The Merck veterinary manual. The content is regularly updated
: The following National Library databases are currently available via mobile devices. For easy access add the URLs to your bookmarks. Pubmed for handhelds http://pubmedhh.nlm.nih.gov/ Worldcat mobile http://www.worldcat.org/m/ Britannica mobile http://m.eb.com/ Australian Bureau of Statistics http://www.abs.gov.au/mobile JSTOR http://mobile.jstor.org/ Ebscohost mobile http://m.ebscohost.com/ World Book Encyclopedia http://m.worldbk.com
Multimap: Online road maps and travel directions for Australia and around the world.
University of London: The Mundus Gateway is a web-based guide to more than four hundred collections of overseas missionary materials held in the United Kingdom. These materials, comprising the archives of British missionary societies, collections of personal papers, printed matter, photographs, other visual materials and artefacts, are held in a large number of libraries, record offices and other institutions in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.