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Free film streaming with Kanopy

Kanopy database

State Library of Queensland now provides free access to the on-demand film streaming service Kanopy. Kanopy showcases over 30,000 of the world’s best films, including award-winning documentaries, hard-to-find titles, film festival favourites, indie and classic films and world cinema. There is a wide array of foreign language films and material of cultural value. Many films … Read more

Lexis Advance – Law Database

Lexis Advance database, home page

The LexisNexis legal database now has a new look, with the introduction of Lexis Advance. The cleaner, more intuitive interface is much easier to use and provides access to legal information suitable for consumers, students, researchers and the legal profession. It still contains reliable resources and iconic publications such as Halsbury’s Laws of Australia and … Read more

Exploiting your Invention: The Story of Innovation and Invention through Patents and Trade Marks

Pauls Polar Perfection Ice Cream trade mark, Australian Official journal of patents trade marks and designs 1934

New ideas, innovations and discoveries are protected by legal documents known as patents. Belonging to the area of law referred to as intellectual property, the economic and moral protection of ideas and designs has a long history, dating from a Venetian law in the 1400s and adopted into British Law by the Statute of Monopolies … Read more

lynda.com – now easier to access

lynda.com database

What is lynda.com? lynda.com is an elearning subscription service that includes over 5,500 courses and 136,000 video tutorials in topics like Windows 10, Office 365, Google Docs, photography, web development, marketing, IT, business management, and job seeking. Experts create and deliver all courses as well as provide supplemental materials like exercise files and relevant work … Read more

Computing information for everyone

Computer images from ProQuest Computing Database.

Whether you are a computer expert, a student of computer sciences, or someone who regularly uses computers at home or work (and let’s face it, that includes almost everyone), you will appreciate ProQuest’s Computing database, which gives you direct access to comprehensive information on all areas of computers and computing. ProQuest’s Computing database contains scholarly … Read more