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Gale OneFile: Australia and New Zealand
Gale OneFile: Australia and New Zealand
Journals, Magazines
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The Gale OneFile: Australia and New Zealand online database provides access to authoritative, full-text content with a regional focus, complemented by global news, reference, and multimedia coverage. The database features a wide variety of magazines, journals, news, and multimedia sources across academic disciplines and areas of interest, covering important issues and current events related to Australia and New Zealand. The database also includes exclusive features such as, Topic Finder, InterLink, and a Mobile-optimized interface, designed to support and enhance the user search experience. This eResource encompasses a wide range of Computer Science information sources as part of our Penrith City Library NSW.net Suite made available via the State Library of NSW. Using your Library Membership Card barcode number you can logon to the site to access the resources in the library or remotely from your home device via the Library Catalogue.
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Michigan, US : Gale Cengage, 2022
Collation:
Online database, Mode of access World Wide Web
Contents:
This online database provides a customized selection of current Australian and New Zealand focused magazines, journals, news, and multimedia sources across a range of academic disciplines and different topics of interest. Subjects covered include: Arts and Humanities - Business and Industry -Economics - Health & Medicine - History - Journalism - Languages and Linguistics - Political Science - Science & Technology - and Social Sciences. The Topic Finder tool feature will reveal hidden connections within search terms, helping to shape research by integrating diverse content with relevant information, by grouping commonly occurring themes. Gale’s proprietary InterLink technology feature builds a web of connections across Gale resources to ensure more relevant discovery. It leverages Gale’s unique subject indexing and results-ranking algorithms to deliver hyperlinked information within the context of what the user is already reading. Plus a Mobile-responsive design enables students and other users to discover, play and learn anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
Dewey class:
019
Language:
English
BRN:
407648
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