Informit EduTV provides content across a range of learning areas including Business, Economics, Health, History, Indigenous studies, Legal studies, Media studies, Performing arts, Politics, Government, Religious studies, Science, Technology, Society, Culture, Visual arts and design. As well as significant documentaries Informit EduTV also includes several programs broadcast on Pay TV channels such as The History Channel, National Geographic, NITV, BBC Knowledge and Discovery
TVNews enables the searching, browsing, tracking and alerting of television events/items and programs. It is updated daily, with stories appearing on an evening news broadcast generally being available for access the next morning ... "Selected items/programs can be downloaded to the desktop in compressed format. Items range from under 30 seconds for short stories, to an hour for documentaries."
Australia stages some of the most ambitious, innovative and socially significant live events. Live interaction at communal events is essential to the cultural life of the nation. Innovative live performances project images of Australian culture to audiences here and overseas. AusStage is committed to collecting and sharing information about Australian live performance as an ongoing, open-access and collaborative endeavour. Our project office and server infrastructure are housed at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia. Our users come from across Australia and around the world. By sharing our knowledge through AusStage, we can learn more about Australian performance than ever before."--About page.;"Information about performances is recorded in six main ways: 1. Events: A distinct happening defined by title, date and venue. 2. Venues: A place where an event happens, a building or a geographic location. 3. Contributors: An individual who contributes to creating, performing or producing an event. 4. Organisations: A group or company involved in creating, performing or producing an event. 5. Resources: Reviews, programmes, photographs, videos, books, articles, collections that relate to events. 6. Works: The abstract conception of an event, typically a play script or score.
Researchers, bibliographers and librarians, working around the country, gather information about Australian writers and writing, providing authoritative information on and facilitating access to Australian literature.
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