A+ Education is an indexing and full text database that provides Internet access to the scanned images of journal articles from published material on all aspects of education. (Document supply available)
Please note AUSTGUIDE is no longer updated. AUSTGUIDE will remain available on Informit as an archive database.
AUSTGUIDE contains Guidelines and Education Guidelines which are produced by Bibliographic Services Pty Ltd. AUSTGUIDE indexes and abstracts a wide range of general interest periodicals. Subject coverage includes education, science and natural history, geography, business and economics, history and current affairs, literature, information technology and computing.
An index to published and unpublished material at all levels of education and related fields including educational research, policy administration, teacher education, educational psychology, sociology and library and information science. Document supply available.
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By Gale. This archive of 3 million pages charts the study of the history of the child in Europe, Asia, North America, Australia and Latin America during the Long Nineteenth Century. It includes childrens literature texts documenting the changing construction of childhood, the growing popularity of childrens literature, and the legal and sociological contexts. Document supply available. Part of Nineteenth Century Collections Online
Contains over 103,000 records from 667 resources, starting from 1940. Subjects include business, education, humanities, Indigenous studies, law and social sciences. Useful for HSC Society and Culture and HSC English.
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)
The Archives Hub brings together descriptions of thousands of the UK’s archive collections. Representing over 330 institutions across the country, the Archives Hub is an effective way to discover unique and often little-known sources to support your research. New descriptions are added every week, often representing collections being made available for the first time.
A critical survey and more than 400 definitions and essays on occult, paranormal and pseudoscientific ideas and practices as well as a survey of the philosophy of atheism and skepticism.
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