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Australian Web Archive
The Australian web archive is a collection of significant website that no longer exist or are snapshots websites. It includes the Pandora Archive and is searchable via Trove.
The National Library of Australia discovery service
Analysis & Policy Observatory (APO) This link opens in a new window
Analysis & Policy Observatory (APO) is an award-winning, open access knowledge hub and information service providing easy access to policy and practice research and resources. APO is updated daily with the latest policy research ensuring policy makers and analysts can discover and access the best in policy knowledge and evidence.
BodoArXiv gathers scholarly literature in medieval studies across the disciplines. It provides an open, non-profit repository for papers at different stages of gestation, including works that may later find themselves in article form and/or behind a paywall. Beyond helping authors make their scholarship more visible and discoverable, BodoArXiv fosters collaboration and mentoring as a platform that supports various forms of peer review.
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