New and trial eresources
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A complete library of legal principles from Thomson, The Laws of Australia covers over 320 topics, across 36 broad subject areas, and every Austral
This resource provides authoritative content organised around countries and global data sets covering international business topics.
A showcase of outstanding scientific research reports undertaken by NSW students of HSC Science Extension.
This eresource covers a broad range of topics and is drawn from leading archives around the world.
Each volume focuses on an individual writer, with essays that consider the various contexts within which the author lived and wor
A yearbook of Shakespeare studies and production, published since 1948.
The platform hosts the online 21st edition of Sir Banister Fletcher’s Global History of Architecture which covers 5,500 years of architecture from
This archive comprises two subject specific collections, Architecture & Design and Art & Photography.
The Rare Book Hub is a resource for information on rare, antiquarian, and collectible books and related ephemeral material – manuscripts, letters,
With content digitised from The National Archives, this resource provides an insight into British trade, history and overseas expansion between the
SPORTDiscus is a bibliographic database for sports and sports medicine research.
Documents the dynamics of Western trade and wealth that shaped the world from the last half of the fifteenth century to the end of WWII.
Founded in 1903 by Alfred Cunningham and Tse Tsan-tai, a key figure in the Chinese revolt against the last imperial Qing Dynasty at the turn of the