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RMIT Publishing: Index New Zealand (INNZ) is an index with abstracts from selected New Zealand serial publications journals, including newspapers and nearly 300 journals about New Zealand and the South Pacific. INNZ is updated daily and approximately 2,000 documents are added monthly. Subjects covered include general interest material, social research, current affairs, the arts and humanities. Comprehensive coverage of titles extends from 1987 onwards. Many New Zealand titles have also been retrospectively indexed. This resource is available in alternative formats: Microfiche 1991-1992; 1996 available in the Newspaper Reading Room
Informit: Represents the collections of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Library. Covers Stolen Generation, removal of children, Arts, copyright issues, racism, discrimination, Internet and telecommunications facilities and Communities.
Informit: Indexes published and unpublished material on Australian Indigenous studies. Broad topic areas cover languages, cultures, anthropology, archaeology, health, education, arts, oral histories, history, legal issues such as native title, criminal justice, land rights, customary law and its recognition, women's issues, youth issues, government policies and programs.
Informit: Covers pure and applied sciences, physical sciences, humanities and social sciences and is produced by the Center for Scientific Documentation and Information - Indonesian Institute of Sciences (PDII-LIPI). Data contained is mostly in Indonesian.
Informit: Covers taxation aspects of international profit shifting and related taxation topics, including taxation planning, avoidance and evasion, transfer pricing, foreign source income, electronic commerce and consumption taxes.
Universities of Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Oxford: ILEJ, the 'Internet Library of Early Journals' was a joint project by the Universities of Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Oxford, conducted under the auspices of the eLib (Electronic Libraries) Programme. It aimed to digitise substantial runs of 18th and 19th century journals, and make these images available on the Internet, together with their associated bibliographic data. The project finished in 1999, and no additional material will be added.