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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Provides a comprehensive and unique method for learning human anatomy. Anatomedia allows for self-paced learning through the modules of regions, systems, dissection and imaging.
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ClinicalKey Student is an interactive education platform that supports students and faculty with comprehensive learning tools and trusted medical content.
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This rich selection of issues-based documentary film comes from leading film producers and distributors, including Bullfrog Films, Icarus Films, the National Film Board of Canada, MediaStorm, Terra Nova Films, KimStim, and Scorpion TV, and other independent filmmakers from around the world.
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This is the only academic collection in the world to offer a comprehensive resource of documentaries, feature films and shorts made by and for indigenous people and communities. Topics are simultaneously local and global, with particular emphasis on the human effects of climate change, sustainability, indigenous and local ways of interpreting history, cultural change, and traditional knowledge and storytelling.
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IUCN is a democratic Union that brings together the world’s most influential organisations and top experts in a combined effort to conserve nature and accelerate the transition to sustainable development.
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The database contains comprehensive bibliographic information for published articles related to all aspects of marine natural products. In addition to complete bibliographic details, the database includes taxonomy, ecology, biogeography, and for compounds, structures, syntheses, biosyntheses, bioactivities data.
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Story Box Library is a subscription based educational website, created for Australian children to view stories by Australian authors and illustrators, being read aloud by fantastic storytellers.
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We acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and acknowledge Traditional Owners of the lands where our staff and students, live, learn and work.Acknowledgement of Country