Category Archives: Databases

Database Spotlight: LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is a video tutorial database where you can find training for career development, software and technology literacy skills and audio-visual media design. All UNE staff and students now have access to LinkedIn Learning’s full catalogue of … Continue reading

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The Source- a great place for information on children’s literature

While schools and early education centres around the country have been busy celebrating Australian children’s literature during the Children’s Book Council of Australia’s Book Week activities, it seems timely to highlight a fantastic library resource in the area of children’s … Continue reading

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RUNE and Researcher Profiles

What is a Researcher Profile? Research outputs published by UNE researchers are indexed in the university’s institutional repository (RUNE). These outputs are linked to each UNE researcher through their Researcher Profile. A Researcher Profile has two functionalities. First, it is … Continue reading

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MIMS Online – including Don’t Rush to Crush

MIMS Online is an important Australian online resource for pharmaceuticals information.  It provides access to information on over 4,500 prescription and non-prescription drugs. Both abbreviated and full product information is presented, including: dosage adverse reactions drug interactions PBS data, price … Continue reading

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UNE Library visit: Clarivate

Dr Anthony Dona from Clarivate Analytics will conduct a training session between 10.00 AM and 4.30 PM on Wednesday, 21 August in the Letters Room – on the entry level of Dixson Library. Program 10.00–10.45 AM Where Should I Publish? – Using … Continue reading

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