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RMIT Publishing: Covers agriculture and natural resources including sustainable Australian agriculture, food, forestry and fisheries industries and the promotion of conservation and sustainable use of Australia's environment, water and natural resources. Includes the databases ANR - Index, ANR - Index Archive, ANR - Research, ANR - Research Archive and Streamline.
Informit: A bibliographic database that indexes articles on management, training and related fields from 1991 onwards. Journals indexed are predominantly Australian, with some New Zealand and Southeast Asian titles included. Subject coverage includes management, training, human resources, communication and marketing. Specific examples include organisational change, competency-based training, total quality, workplace relations and enterprise bargaining, customer service, export, employee communication, leadership, business ethics, and work family.
Bancroft-Parkman: A record of books, manuscripts, autographs, maps and broadsides sold at auction. Countries covered include North America and the UK, with sales from such other countries as Switzerland, Germany, Monaco, Holland, Australia and many other places. It is the standard tool used by dealers, appraisers, auction houses, scholars and tax authorities. The records cover the period from September 1975 to the present, and are updated every month
Informit: A bibliographic database that indexed and abstracted articles from over 160 Australian health and medical journals, on all aspects of health and medicine. Most articles were not indexed for Medline. Source documents included journals, conference proceedings, government reports, selected monographs and National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) session reports (to 1996). Subject coverage included all aspects of health and medicine, with an emphasis on clinical medicine and paraprofessional fields. Also included some material from the subsets of NHMRC and Aboriginal health records.
Proquest: This genealogy research website allows researchers to look for the records of their family across a range of categories including censuses and electoral rolls; birth, death and marriage records; immigration records; military records; directories and almanacs. Records come from across the world including the UK, USA, Canada and Australia and are being added to continuously.
Old Maps.com: Antique Map Price Record includes the most up-to-date information on the antique maps market. The database currently contains over 20,000 entries of recent dealer and auction records, representing over 1,000 mapmakers. This data was compiled from the offerings of over 100 dealer and auction catalogs, representing the quickest way to investigate map prices and study trade in cartographic materials. The database will be continually updated, with both historical data and new information. Click on the "Search PriceFinder" link at the bottom of the page to conduct advanced searches.
Informit: Covers items relevant to the Asia Pacific Economic Community (APEC) including trade and investment data, trade promotion investment, industrial science and technology, human resource development, energy, telecommunications, marine resource conservation, fisheries, transportation, and tourism.
Informit: Covers the management and administration of archives and records in Australia and New Zealand. The subject coverage includes record keeping systems, electronic record keeping, disposal, collection management and access.
Macbeth Genealogical Services: This index contains over 80,000 references to birth notices and marriages announcements and anniversaries extracted from the Argus. As well as the classified advertisements, articles have been checked. Many of the marriage entries refer to anniversaries of marriages as well as marriage announcements. There are several references to marriages and births interstate and overseas. The publication date of the newspaper in which notice appears is given. The Argus newspaper (1848-1957) is available on microfilm at mfm NX 124 in the Newspapers and Microforms Reading Room.
Society of Australian Genealogists: Lists 5523 names of persons who arrived in New South Wales between 1788 and 1825 on ships, whalers and trading vessels, and 2819 persons who departed, these include convicts being moved from one colony to another. Also includes crew members, military and passengers on convict transports although details of the convict transportees have not been included.