Academic Video Online is an international videostream collection. Search or browse a wide range of subject areas including the arts, business, health, history, social sciences and science. Over 70,000 titles, comprising documentaries, interviews, performances, news programs and news reels.
Covidence is a cloud-based tool that assists researchers through a high-quality literature review. It simplifies the processes of systematic and scoping reviews with features on screening references by multiple reviewers and undertaking data extraction.
Original Sources provides instant access to an extensive, continuously increasing collection of e-Works of classic, primary source and general reference materials in twelve subject areas: World History, U.S. History, Political Science, Law, Literature, Science, Mathematics, Social Science, Philosophy, Religion, Language and Language Arts.
Developed by the Judicial Commission and designed for judicial officers, the courts, the legal profession and government agencies, JIRS is an extensive, interconnected and hypertext-linked online database that contains case law, legislation, sentencing principles, sentencing statistics and other reference material of use to trial judges.
The world's first peer reviewed scientific video journals ; learn how to reproduce scientific experiments and new experimental techniques.
Full access available from the following subject areas: Biology, Neuroscience, Immunology & Infection, and Bioengineering. Plus, many Open Access articles from other subject areas.
The complete record of English as it is used in Australia including words relating to business, science and technology as well as words and phrases from regional Australia.
With etymologies, extensive usage notes, audio pronunciations and extra features including grammar and punctuation guides, crossword resources, Word of the Day and Aussie Word of the Week. Words, definitions and encyclopedic entries updated annually.
Open Textbook Library provides hundreds of textbooks that have been funded, peer reviewed, published, and licensed to be freely used, adapted, and distributed.
All textbooks are either used at multiple higher education institutions; or affiliated with an institution, scholarly society, or professional organisation.