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RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on English second language learning and teaching in Australasia from 1982-86, then 1990 onwards. Source documents include print, non-print and electronic resources in a wide range of formats. Subject coverage includes adult basic education, adult immigrant education, Adult Migrant English Program, applied linguistics, cross cultural communication, English as a second language, English in the workplace, literacy, second language instruction and second language learning.
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.
RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database that indexes articles from published and unpublished material on the psychosocial and treatment aspects of alcohol, drug and tobacco use and misuse. Source documents include all major Australian and international alcohol, tobacco and other drugs journals which have been comprehensively indexed since 1987. Articles on substance use published in other medical, psychological and sociological journals have been included as well as books, book chapters, conference papers, research reports, discussion and position papers, government documents, statistics, clinical treatment guidelines and audiovisual material. Subject coverage is the social, economic, political, psychological and legal aspects of prevention and treatment of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use and misuse with a strong emphasis on evidence-based practice.