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The Library subscribes to over 200 databases, containing journal articles, statistics, scientific and legal data and much more.  Select the database you need from the alphabetical lists on these pages, or choose your topic under Databases by Subject.

Databases by subject:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [Other]

Laws of Australia local_info info_new
Published by: Thomson Reuters
Description: The Laws of Australia is a legal encyclopaedia, with 320+ chapters covering 38,000 legal statements to summarise almost every area of Australian law. This service states the principles of law, discusses their context in all Australian jurisdictions and provides extensive external referencing to advance your research precisely and efficiently. It is authored by over 400 specialists and reviewed by a board of expert editors.
Coverage: Varies by section, updated regularly
Concurrent Users: Unlimited
Content: Significant full text

Lecture Notes in Computer Science local_info info_new
Published by: Springer-Verlag
Description: The series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) has established itself as a medium for the publication of new developments in computer science and information technology research and teaching - quickly, informally, and at a high level.
Coverage: 1997+, updated daily.
Concurrent Users: Unlimited
Content: full text

LegalTrac local_info info_new
Published by: Thompson Gale
Description: provides indexing for approximately 900 titles including major law reviews, legal newspapers, bar association journals and international legal journals.
Coverage: Indexing 1980-; Full Text 1990-
Concurrent Users: 4-5 local_info info_new
Published by: LexisNexis
Description: is an international database containing source materials primarily from the United States and Canada, with many other countries (including New Zealand) represented in a more limited capacity. The database provides researchers with full-text legislation, caselaw and journal articles, predominately American. Various legal subject areas are covered including constitutional law, litigation, employment, immigration, health, cyberlaw, copyright, family law, criminal law, environmental law, education, torts and trusts.
Coverage: Varies by library
Content: Full text

LexisNexis NZ local_info info_new
Published by: LexisNexis Butterworths
Description: AUT has access to the following Butterworths Online Libraries: Admin Law, Civil, Commercial, Corporations - Companies - Securities, Criminal, Evidence, Family, Industrial - Employment, IP - Media - Technology, New Zealand Legislation, Precedents, Property and Conveyancing, Reports, Research, Taxation, Transport, Trusts, Unreported Judgements - New Zealand, Wills and Estates.
Coverage: Varies by library
Content: Full text

Lippincott 100 Nursing and Health Science Collection local_info info_new
Published by: LWW/OVID
Description: A collection of 100 essential full text nursing and health science journals from Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. These titles are the top 100 LWW journals held in print by Australian and New Zealand academic libraries.
Coverage: varies by title, updated weekly
Concurrent Users: 4/title
Content: full text

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z [Other]

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Database License Conditions: The Library licenses databases for use by current staff and students of AUT. Under the terms of our license agreements data may only be used for the purposes of University teaching, research and study. Copyright information included by the database owners may not be obscured or removed. No data may be copied for sale or used for any commercial purposes, nor may it be copied or reproduced for the benefit of any third party external to AUT.