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The Library and IT team is working towards SSO (Single Sign On) for all of our Library-subscribed online resources.
Most of the resources listed are now SSO. The ones that still require a username and/or password at the moment can be identified under the description with the text more ... Contact the Library to obtain access details.
A guide to children’s literature: books, short stories, traditional literature and poetry from around the world with an emphasis on Australian and New Zealand literature. It contains four separate databases: books & authors, poetry, short stories and awards.
Login required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for access information
A database of country information dedicated to helping people understand the world, its people and cultures. Country factfiles include information on culture, history, language, government, education, food, demographic and statistical indicators.
Login required. Email email@example.com for details.
World History chronicles the most-studied events, periods, cultures, civilisations, religions, conflicts, wars, ideologies, cultural movements and people from the ancient world to today. It includes a vast array of content including journal articles, newspapers and news items, primary source items, reference source entries and biographies, video and audio, images, maps and atlases.
If prompted, log in via the Microsoft option (using your Loreto email address)
Independent advice for Australian consumers, with product test reviews and consumer investigations, health, beauty and lifestyle tips with a consumer focus, and expert tips on personal finance matters.
Login required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Cosmos covers global science highlighting the latest science news, discoveries, developments, events and more, making science accessible to everyone.
Articles on the website are freely available to access, however PDF versions of the current and back issues of the magazine require a login. Email the library for login information - email@example.com
Featuring more than 650 news sources from across Australia, this fully searchable online resource offers the complete text of thousands of news articles, editorials, obituaries, classifieds and more. Coverage for most titles starts in the 1980s, 1990s or 2000s and continues through the present day. Access Australia includes influential news sources from every state and territory.
Contains a searchable news sources database of preselected, high quality resources, and a media files section which provide a detailed analysis of contemporary issues aimed at helping students understand current issues and events and their background.