State Library eResources

State Library of NSW eResources Click to Access

Your Randwick City Library card also gives you access to the State Library of NSW online resources, including local & international newspapers, full-text journals, magazines, online databases, eBooks and eAudiobooks. Use our State Library of NSW eResources Guide PDF, 606.27 KB to help you find what you're looking for.

Some notable resources:

AustLit - Provides access to the Australian Literary database which covers Australian creative writing and Australian writers. Subjects covered by the database include books, poems, short-stories, articles, and reviews and can be searched by author, title, genre or award. The database contains records from the 1800s to the current day with comprehensive coverage from 1988. Useful for research and HSC English.

Factiva - Full-text news and financial information database from Australian and International sources from 22 languages from 118 countries including newspapers, magazines, company and industry reports, newswires, pictures, and websites. Searches may be limited by keywords, subject, region, industry, company, etc.

Informit - Leading provider of online access to indexes and full-text databases of Australasian scholarly research. A product of RMIT Publishing. Subjects include agriculture, arts, Asia, business, education, engineering, health, history, indigenous, law, media, reference, sciences.

Media Guide - This database contains media contacts and details in Australia for TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, newsletters, parliamentary press gallery, multicultural press and press agencies. Great for research.

PressReader - Web-based portal which provides access to a 60-day back issues of over 5,000 newspapers and magazines from more than 82 countries in 39 languages. Titles include The Guardian Australia and Cosmopolitan.

Standards Australia - Provides access to the full-text of all Australian Standards and can be searched by keyword or reference number.

Sydney Morning Herald Library Edition - Reproduction of the printed edition of the SMH covering the period 2006 to today. It contains a replica of all pages photos, articles, etc of the printed edition and can be searched and browsed.

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