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* Replaces Legacy RefWorks platform which will run concurrently with New RefWorks until further notice. Alumni: to register an account please contact the Library *
Online research management, writing and collaboration tool designed to help users gather, manage, store and share information, and generate citations and bibliographies. For further information see the New RefWorks LibGuide. See Release Notes for latest updates and information.
Alumni: Please provide the Library with details of your email address. You should then receive an email from New RefWorks. The email will include unique signup codes and instructions which will help you create your own account.
Provides access to Royal College of Nursing journals, with each journal including practical application, clinical innovation and the latest research; research and development papers, double-blind peer review for clinical and original research articles, news of latest developments in treatments, essential continuing professional development material; and articles written by senior clinicians.
Bibliographic online database about the Great Barrier Reef Region, and includes material on or about the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park (GBRMP), the Region, or the World Heritage Area, with many records including spatial information. Coverage: 1982 - Present.
Resource for religious studies programs covering formal theological studies, commentary and news on topics of general interest from the perspectives of many, worldwide religions. Including related content on philosophy and ethics. Coverage: 1986 - Present.
Adam Matthew Research Methods Primary Sources collection comprising peer-reviewed essays, How-to guides and newly-commissioned video interviews, our learning tools introduce students to key concepts that underpin research in the humanities and social sciences, and share the core principles and practices for understanding and using primary sources.
RURAL is a major contributor to the understanding of rural and remote area health issues and the care, practice and educational needs of health providers, in particular medical practitioners and nurses. This resource consists of seven databases. Coverage: 1966 - Present. Note: Because the Rural and Remote Health Database is made up of seven separate databases, the structure of the records varies.