Expanded Academic ASAP contains citations and many full-text articles on current events, general sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Designed primarily to support undergraduate-level research, the database is useful to anyone seeking information on these topics. Journal coverage is from 1994 to the present, and backfiles (1980-1993) are available for some journals.
"From business and political science to literature and psychology, ProQuest Research Library provides one-stop access to a wide range of popular academic subjects. The database includes more than 5,060 titles - over 3,600 in full text - from 1971 forward. It features a highly-respected, diversified mix of scholarly journals, trade publications, magazines, and newspapers."--Publisher product description. Note: Reset your ProQuest Session (remove PQ cookie from your browser) by using this link: http://il.proquest.com/il-cookie.shtml
ScienceDirect contains over 25% of the world's science, technology and medicine full text and bibliographic information. Apart from online eBooks, Reference Works, Handbooks and Book Series, ScienceDirect offers a rich journal collection of over 2,000 titles. In addition, the Backfiles program offers the ability to search a historical archive of over 6.75 million articles directly from your desktop, back to Volume 1, Issue 1. The collections contain 4 million articles prior to 1995, and 2.75 million articles from after 1994.
The collections contain 4 million articles prior to 1995, and 2.75 million articles from after 1994.
"The Access to Archival Databases (AAD) System gives you online access to electronic records that are highly structured, such as in databases. The initial release of AAD contains material from more than 30 archival series of electronic records, which include over 350 data files totaling well over 50 million unique records. The series selected for AAD identify specific persons, geographic areas, organizations, or dates. Some of these series serve as indexes to accessioned archival records in non-electronic formats ... AAD allows you to search for and retrieve specific records from selected series and data files over the Internet." Includes a link to search descriptions of NARA's non-electronic records through NARA's online catalogue, ARC.
Bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from Australian published and unpublished material on library and information science, children's literature and archives. Completed publication in 2005.
This bibliographic database provides booksellers and librarians with information about Australian and New Zealand books, series of books, and imprints. Information about publishers is listed in a separate file titled ANZBiP-Publishers. Ceased publication in December 2003.
This database provides booksellers and librarians with directory information about Australian and New Zealand publishers. Information about books, series of books, and imprints are listed in a separate file titled ANZBiP-Books in Print. Ceased publication in Dec. 2003.
The APAIS thesaurus lists the subject terms used to index articles for APAIS: Australian Public Affairs Information Service, a subject guide to literature in the social sciences and humanities. The APAIS thesaurus was introduced in 1978 when APAIS became available as an online database and was first published by the National Library of Australia in 1980 to facilitate online searching.
Provides online searching of bibliographic information coverage including U.S., Canadian, European, and Australian publications. Index - Includes access to: Bowker's Complete Books In Print (US and Canadian titles); British Books in Print; Spanish Books in Print; Books Out-of-Print; Children's Books In Print; Forthcoming Books; Bowker's Publisher Authority Database; Bowker's Complete Video Directory; Words on Cassette - Links to reviews included when available.
Bibliographic records for over 460,000 items published between 1473 and 1800, mainly in Britain and North America, mainly but not exclusively in English, from the collections of the British Library and over 2,000 other libraries. Engraved music, maps, and prints are excluded, although atlases and texts which are wholly engraved do appear in ESTC. Some other categories of material are excluded, for example trade cards, playbills and playing cards. Includes the former Eighteenth-Century Short-Title Catalogue (ESTC) and the two print short-title catalogues covering 1475-1640 (Pollard & Redgrave) and 1641-1700 (Wing).
"Covers [full text sources] in agriculture, arts, Asian studies, business, cultural studies, education, history, indigenous studies, law, media, political science, reference, social sciences, science and technology. Content sources include peer reviewed journals, monographs and books, conference proceedings, research papers and reference materials sourced and indexed by RMIT Publishing."--Informit home page.
The Australian Interlibrary Resource Sharing Directory (ILRS), is the primary source of information on interlibrary loan and document delivery services. Entries within the Directory include the name, NUC symbol, address and contact details for the interlibrary lending or document delivery service as well as information about interlibrary loan charges and policies. The current and most comprehensive version of the ILRS Directory is available from the National Library website at: http://www.nla.gov.au/ilrs/
A multi-section resource containing thousands of pages. It exposes future possibilities while simultaneously providing a look back at the past. This resource includes special explanatory sections on the future and past development of communications networks. It includes videos and audio recordings that reveal the ideas of cutting-edge thinkers such as Douglas Engelbart and Vernor Vinge as they discuss the future. It has informative areas targeted to benefit children under 12 (KidZone), and to help teachers of elementary, middle school, high school and college students use the site to educate .The site shares a look back at what people were saying in the 1990s during the "awe" stage of the development of the internet, and it records a legacy of predictive statements as they are made.
It has informative areas targeted to benefit children under 12 (KidZone), and to help teachers of elementary, middle school, high school and college students use the site to educate .The site shares a look back at what people were saying in the 1990s during the "awe" stage of the development of the internet, and it records a legacy of predictive statements as they are made.
InfoSci¿¿-Books is a fully-searchable database providing access to chapters from every book and reference work IGI Global has published since the year 2000. InfoSci¿¿-Books provides ... full-text search results from prestigious encyclopedias, handbooks of research and premier reference sources contributed by top experts in the fields of information science, medical information science, business science and engineering science.--Publisher description
... full-text search results from prestigious encyclopedias, handbooks of research and premier reference sources contributed by top experts in the fields of information science, medical information science, business science and engineering science.--Publisher description
"InfoSci-Cases (formerly IGI Teaching Case Collection) offers electronic access to all information technology teaching cases published by IGI Global in one easy-to-use online format. InfoSci-Cases is an extensive, academic, online full-text database which provides ... access to hundreds of teaching cases from IGI Global books and journals...Currently there are over 650 teaching cases available, each focusing on the latest research in IT, and are represented from 2000 until the present time and new cases are consistently added each quarter."--Overview page.
s ... access to hundreds of teaching cases from IGI Global books and journals...Currently there are over 650 teaching cases available, each focusing on the latest research in IT, and are represented from 2000 until the present time and new cases are consistently added each quarter."--Overview page.
IGI Global's InfoSci-Journals database is a rapidly expanding full-text collection of peer-reviewed journals that focus on cutting-edge, specialized topics in advanced technology research as well as organizational, managerial, behavioral, and social implications of technology.--Publisher description.
"The Internet Archive is a ... non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library, with the purpose of offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format. Founded in 1996 and located in the Presidio of San Francisco, the Archive has been receiving data donations from Alexa Internet and others. In late 1999, the organization started to grow to include more well-rounded collections.
Internet Library for Librarians provides links to more than 3,000 resources. All the resources are recommended, selected, and reviewed by librarians. Each entry has a full description of the goals and /or scope of the resource, as well as the contact information if provided.
Downtime: Due to routine maintenance Libraries Australia, Trove, the catalogue and the Library's main website will not be available between Saturday, 18.07.2015 from 20:00 hours (UTC/GMT +10 hours) until 12:00 hours (UTC/GMT +10 hours) on Sunday, 19.07.2015.
Libraries Australia is the search interface for Kinetica, an Internet-based service provided by the National Library of Australia.;"The service acts as a single gateway to a number of Australian and international databases which can be searched simultaneously. Specific databases include: National Bibliographic Database (over 13 million records for resources held in Australian libraries), Research Libraries Group Union Catalogue ...
(over 138 million records for resources held in U.S. libraries), and Te Puna (records of resources held in New Zealand libraries), Australian Chinese Japanese Korean Database (1.44 million records), and Kinetica Authorities (1.6 million authority records).";"Links to resources include: Find a Library, Ask a Librarian, Australian Literature, Australian Law, Australian History, Australian Family History, Australian Science & Technology, Australian Government, Australian Statistics and Recent Australian Publications."
This database offers the ability to search a wide range of journals in library literature and information science, as far back as 1905. Coverage also includes full text content from 69 years of the Wilson Library Bulletin and indexing from Library Work (1905-1911). The period indexed is from 1905-1983, and the database indexes nearly 1,500 periodicals, with citations to more than 500,000 articles, book reviews, books, book chapters and library school theses.
This indexing and abstracting database provides access to over 440 library and information science periodicals from more than 68 countries. Major areas of coverage include: artificial intelligence, computer science applications, data warehousing, knowledge management, archives, management, technology, library use and users, medical information, online information retrieval, publishing and booksellers, records management, telecommunications, technical services, and the internet. Also includes book reviews. Note: Reset your ProQuest Session (remove PQ cookie from your browser) by using this link: http://il.proquest.com/il-cookie.shtml
Database provides coverage on subjects such as librarianship, classification, cataloging, bibliometrics, online information retrieval, information management and more. Delivered via the EBSCOhost platform, LISTA indexes more than 600 periodicals plus books, research reports, and proceedings. With coverage dating back to the mid-1960s, it is the oldest continuously produced database covering the field of information science.
Covers such topics as: business information systems, customer relationship management (CRM), facilities management, finance and investing, healthcare management, human resources and training, library and information science, project management, quality and standards, security management and supply chain management (SCM).
For 77 years, Quill & quire has been the magazine of the Canadian book trade and a comprehensive source of industry news, book reviews, and author profiles. The Quill & quire website provides advanced searching of a number of subsections including: Quill blog, (updated daily), Book reviews, Kid's books, Author profiles, Job board and the Q&Q Omni, featuring the latest book industry news in Canada, and an archive of over 12,000 articles from the Quill & quire magazine. Industry directories also allow you to search for a person, company or other book-related listing from The book trade in Canada, or Canadian publishers digest.
Industry directories also allow you to search for a person, company or other book-related listing from The book trade in Canada, or Canadian publishers digest.
RAAM provides researchers with a convenient, centralised register of locations for primary research material. It does not provide detailed descriptions of the collections themselves; rather, it alerts researchers to the existence of collections and enables them to pursue further enquiries about the material, either online or through direct contact with repositories.
Provides an educational resource, [offering] librarians a central hub for background information about scholarly publishing, journal economics, digital repositories, authors' rights, and other issues in the realm of scholarly communication. Offers tools and practical resources, [including] a collection of tested and replicable tools for talking with faculty, administrators, students, and other campus stakeholders about the issues. These tools include handouts, talking points, presentations, videos, and a glossary, all designed to help librarians articulate a clear and thoughtful message about the changes needed in our scholarly communication system. [Includes] a repository [to] encourage sharing and reusing content.--About the Toolkit webpage.
These tools include handouts, talking points, presentations, videos, and a glossary, all designed to help librarians articulate a clear and thoughtful message about the changes needed in our scholarly communication system. [Includes] a repository [to] encourage sharing and reusing content.--About the Toolkit webpage.
Provides location details of serials in Australian libraries. Also available is a companion database - Australian Interlibrary Resource Sharing Directory (ILRS). The main sequence of the ILRS directory is arranged by NUC symbol, as displayed in the holdings statement of records in SIAL
Trove is a new discovery experience focused on Australia and Australians. Trove provides integrated access to over 45 million items from a range of the National Library's collaborative services and from elsewhere. Metadata (information about items) is pooled from Australian sources including: The Australian National Bibliographic Database - containing location information from more than 1,200 Australian libraries, The Picture Australia program, The Australian Research Online program, The Music Australia program, The Register of Australian Archives and Manuscripts, and The People Australia program, and some overseas sources.
Features in-depth coverage for more than 300,000 serials from 90,000 publishers covering 950 subject areas and 200 languages. An authoritative source of bibliographic and publisher information from periodicals of all types - academic and scholarly journals, Open Access publications, peer-reviewed titles, popular magazines, newspapers, newsletters, and more from around the world.
The WorldCat database is the OCLC Online Union Catalog. It contains millions of records describing items owned by libraries around the world. Each record contains library holdings. It describes: books; computer data files; computer programs; films and slides; journals; magazines; manuscripts; maps; musical scores; newspapers; sound recordings; videotapes; CDs; CD-ROMs, etc. It does not include individual articles, stories in journals, newspapers or book chapters. Covers thousands of subjects and includes material in 400 languages, dating from as early as before 1000 B.C.