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: A site claiming to be the worlds largest collection of abbreviations and acronymns and initialisms. Entries are organised by a wide variety of categories from computing and the Web to governmental, medicine and business.
Abebooks.com: Abebooks, formerly Advanced Book Exchange, is an online marketplace that includes used books, many rare and out-of-print, and also a growing number of new books. In addition to books, there are magazines, journals, illustration art, vintage photographs, and paper ephemera. There is also an option to search booksellers by name or country.
EBSCO Publishing: Academic Search Premier is an academic collection of full text peer-reviewed journals. It contains over 4,500 journals in full text, with more than 3,7000 being peer reviewed. PDF back files dating to 1975 or earlier are provided for more than 100 journals. A broad range of subject areas are covered including including biology, chemistry, engineering, physics, psychology, and religion & theology. Also contains links to other Ebsco databases: Business Source Premier, MasterFILE Premier, Health Source Nursing/Academic, Australia New Zealand Reference Centre. These databases are updated daily. Available for document delivery to Australian libraries.
Informit.: Covers accounting, auditing, taxation, insolvency, corporations law, superannuation, retirement planning, financial planning, practice management and human resources.
Informit: Produced by the Australian Council for Educational Research, AEI is an index to materials at all levels of education and related fields, including educational research, policy administration, teacher education, curriculum, educational psychology and library and information science. Source documents include journal articles, monographs, research reports, theses, conference papers, legislation, parliamentary debates and newspaper articles.
Deakin University, Faculty of Management & Informit: Arts & Entertainment Management Database (AEM) is a bibliographic database that indexes articles from published and unpublished material on arts and entertainment management. Source documents include journals, books, reports and surveys. Over 30 journal titles are indexed including Artwork magazine, International arts manager, Journal of cultural economics, and Museum news. These journals are indexed selectively for relevant arts and entertainment information. Subject coverage includes the arts and entertainment environment, cultural planning, finance, funding, law, marketing, project/venue management, research, and technology related to the arts and entertainment industry.
Informit: Covers all aspects of law including banking, companies and securities, constitutional law, criminal law, environmental law, copyright law, family law, legal aid and human rights. 140 peer reviewed law journals from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region plus selected articles from major law journals from the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada are included.
Informit: Covers all aspects of management, training and human resources, including organisational change, workplace relations, business ethics, customer service marketing and leadership. Journals indexed are predominantly Australian, with some New Zealand and Southeast Asian titles included.
Informit: AMI deals with all aspects of health and medicine, with an emphasis on clinical medicine and para-professional fields. AMI covers Australian and New Zealand health and medical literature which is not included in Medline. Sources indexed include journals,monographs, conference proceedings and current research, covering the period 1968 to the present.
Royal Anthropological Institute: The Anthropological Index Online is based on the journal holdings of The Anthropology Library at the The British Museum (formerly Museum of Mankind) which receives periodicals in all branches of anthropology, from academic institutions and publishers around the world. References are available for periodicals from the 1970's to the present.