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Informit: Provides details for over 10,000 publishers in Australia and New Zealand. Produced in collaboration with D.W. Thorpe, ANZBiP records provide imprint and series information as well as full annotations for all new Australian titles added to the database.
Informit: Covers architects, architecture, building, interior design and landscape architecture in Australia and New Zealand.
Australian Art Auction Records Pty Ltd: Australian Art Auction Records is a service that documents historical art auction results and makes them available via subscription. A print version of this database is available at N 338.4375994 CRA (1973/75+).
John Furphy Pty. Ltd.: The Australian Art Sales Digest Internet Version lists thousands of artists who have lived and/or worked in Australia or New Zealand. To locate the artist whose works you want to view, you can enter the beginning letters of the artist's last name, and optionally the beginning letters of the artist's first name. Please note that artists are listed under their given first names, not their commonly used first name. For example, Pro Hart is listed as Kevin Charles (Pro) Hart. To facilitate your search, we suggest you enter only the first four or five letters of the artist's last name, and leave the 'Artist first name' box blank.
Informit: Covers all aspects of building, construction and engineering: building research, building materials, building services, building regulations, structural engineering, urban and regional planning, fire technology. Also covered are aspects of economics, management and communications technology as they relate to building and construction.
Informit: Index to material on all aspects of crime and criminal justice, including corrections, crime, crime prevention, criminal law, criminology, juvenile justice, law enforcement, police and victimes of crime. This subset includes information on the involvement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the justice system.
Informit: Index to material on all aspects of crime and criminal justice, including corrections, crime, crime prevention, criminal law, criminology, juvenile justice, law enforcement, police and victimes of crime.
Informit: This is a subset of the Australian Education Index (AEI) database that provides access to the Australian literature in education and training relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including learning, psychology, social and cultural influences, language, literacy, teaching strategies, schools, teacher training, and professional development.
Informit: Covers Australian engineering information including agricultural, aerospace, biomedical, chemical, civil, coastal, computer, electrical, electronic, mechanical, military, structural, transport, tunnelling and water.
Informit: Covers research, policy and practice issues about, or of relevance to Australian families relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Subject coverage includes demographic trends and social change, family law and customary law, social policy and services, family economics, Aboriginal culture and family relations, sexual behaviour, counselling. Also covered are issues such as housing, health, employment and unemployment, Aboriginal children and child removal, child abuse, domestic violence, and child care.