Extensive coverage of the physical sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences, the arts, theology, literature and other subjects. Includes current newspapers and full-text periodicals of major bibliographic resources including CINAHL, BIOSIS, MLA, PsycINFO, ERIC, EconLit, RILM and modern primary sources such as podcasts and transcripts from NPR and CNN.
Analyse and understand key topics related to the environment and sustainability. Search an area of interest, or explore topics by selecting from issues. Including relevant information from business, economics, geography, law, science and technology subjects.
Covers contemporary global issues and encourages critical analysis relating to society, politics, gender, health, technology and the environment. Includes articles from academic journals, magazines, newspapers and multimedia formats.
Science in Context is an in-depth, curriculum-oriented science database that provides a one-stop resource for all science-related research needs. it comprehensively covers earth, life and physical sciences using Gale's interface.
Free access to contemporary research reports, articles and statistics on issues of public policy, including ageing, child protection, families, climate change, digital inclusion, religion, migration and many more issues from Australia and New Zealand. You can search within each topic collection. (Formerly Australian Policy Online)
Full text of almost 4000 historical books and periodicals relating to Australian biology, biodiversity, taxonomy, science and anthropology. It also contains over 100,000 international works.
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New Scientist is the world’s most popular weekly science and technology magazine. Its website, app and print editions cover international news from a scientific standpoint, and ask the biggest-picture questions about life, the universe and what it means to be human.
The website of the Wet Tropics Management Authority. This site has resources for students and teachers about the Queensland wet tropics heritage area, including wildlife, Aboriginal heritage and scientific information.
The World Resources Institute is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect the environment and its capacity to provide for people's needs. The Institute's staff includes scientists, economists, policy experts, business analysts, statistical analysts, mapmakers, and communicators. World Resources Reports are free for download.