Topic Guides

20 January 2016

This guide aims to help teachers and students access over 250 science, technology, engineering and mathematics programmes.

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19 January 2016

Presents information about the backgrounds and service of Australia’s 29 prime ministers, from Edmund Barton to Malcolm Turnbull. It includes information about of their backgrounds (age, place of birth, gender and occupational background), period in office, experience in other parliaments, parties, electorates and military service.

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15 December 2015

Funded through a foundation grant for clinical research on gambling, this project aimed to create guidelines to help members of the public assist people with gambling problems.

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9 December 2015

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Minimum Standard Guidelines for Library Services to Prisoners provide guidance on the establishment, operation, and evaluation of library services to prisoners in Australia. 

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23 November 2015

This book provides the most up-to-date information about when, why, and how to make your work openly accessible.

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19 November 2015

Having a robust process in place to respond to conflicts of interest helps to ensure that the charity sector's good reputation for integrity, ethical behaviour and trust can be sustained.

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5 November 2015

Outlines Burma’s political and electoral system, major parties and candidates, key issues and challenges, and briefly discusses the elections’ potential domestic and international implications.

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12 October 2015

This guide contains statistics on the number of asylum seekers at Offshore Processing Centres, the number who are children, the number who are found to refugees, and more.

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2 October 2015

Provides information about Indigenous Australian federal and state parliamentarians, from the  election of the first Indigenous Australian to federal Parliament.

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1 October 2015

This resource has been written to provide a starting point for continuing professional development and reflective practice in the area of Indigenous health in Australia.

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