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A well-illustrated dictionary that covers many specialist terms and concepts used in biology, chemistry, earth science and human anatom
Find differing points of view on a wide range of current issues from subjects such as politics, business, health and society.
Covers contemporary global issues and encourages critical analysis relating to society, politics, gender, health, technology and
Analyse and understand key topics related to the environment and sustainability.
Gale Reference Complete is unified form that holding primary and secondary sources including over 28,000 journals, 2,000 ebooks, 300 primary source
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
This is a step-by-step online planning tool for starting, managing and optimising a business or nonprofit.
This is a full text database that combines both periodical and reference content and covers all aspects of starting and operating a business, inclu
An online tool to search for influential a
An online readers advisory. Browse by genre or search by author or title to find overviews and reviews of your favourite books.
The resource was developed in partnership with the Analysis and Policy Observatory, formerly known as Australian Policy Online, coveri
Extensive coverage of the physical sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences, the arts, theology, literature and other subjects.
Gale published eBooks include the imprints of Gale, St.JamesPress, U.X.L, Charles Scribner’s and Son’s and MacMillan Reference USA.
The prompt books tell the stories of key performances as they were put in theatres throughout Great Britain, the United States, and elsewhere.
From the Eiffel Tower and the Space Needle to the invention of television, chewing gum and hotdogs, world fairs have shaped our world.
This 19th century John Murray Publishing archive includes correspondence, financial papers, book drafts, and advertisements.
This resource focuses on European emigration to the United States, Canada, and Australasia during the 19th and 20th centuries (1800-1980).
The collection covers the workings of the early book trade, the printing and publishing community.
The UK Foreign Office files for South East Asia provides insight into challenges faced by political leaders.
By Adam Matthew Digital. Covering the development of the East India Company starting with its charter in 1600 to Indian independence in 1947.
This collection focuses on maritime exploration starting through the age of discovery and search for the new world.
This collection of primary source material includes U.S. foreign policy; U.S.
A broad list of general interest publications, supplementing knowledge gained from peer-reviewed journals with insights from mainstream press, trad
This collection contains 2.5 million pages of gay and lesbian (LGBTQIA) publications.