Benchmarks research output and impact; identify collaborators and subject matter experts; promotes areas of strength and specialisations; demonstrate results and impact.Access to Benchmarking & Analytics requires Users to create an account with a University Email Address and Password.
Micromedex is a browser-based interface that is intuitive and easy-to-use, providing quick access to evidence-based content at any point in the patient care process. The University of Newcastle's access includes: Alternative Medicine – Evidence-based monographs on herbals, dietary supplements, etc. and information on alternative therapies of common health conditions; DRUGDEX System – Peer-reviewed, evidence-based drug information including investigational and nonprescription drugs; Imprint Codes in Identidex – Enter full imprint with spaces (BMS 500), partial imprint (BMS), description of a non-text imprint (heart) or (logo) for other shapes; Interaction Checking – Interactive drug interactions tool to help you check interacting drug ingredients, their effects, and clinical significance; IV Compatibility – Your instant answer to IV compatibility questions with easy-to-interpret information; MARTINDALE – International drug information, including investigational and herbal drugs; REPRORISK System – In-depth reproductive risk information on drugs, chemicals, and environmental agents. Access also includes the External Applications: NeoFax – Neonatal drug information resource; Pediatrics – Evidence-based drug information for pediatrics
Cengage eTextbooks on Proquest's eBook library enables you to browse and read eTextbooks anywhere, any time, on multiple devices. The library has purchased 16 titles in the subject areas of Education and Business. 3 concurrent users
Oxford University Press eTextbooks on Proquest's eBook library enables you to browse and read eTextbooks anywhere, any time, on multiple devices. The library has purchased 59 titles in the subject areas of Law, Health and Education. 3 concurrent users
RP Data provides commercial and residential real estate property valuation and house prices around Australia. To access, students and staff will need to email Lisa Ogle from their @uon, @newcastle or @tafensw email accounts. Non university/TAFE email accounts cannot be used. The library has 20 student registrations which will be deleted at the end of each trimester.
UON Library invites you to try SAGE's platform, SAGE Knowledge. Trial access is provided to an expansive range of SAGE eBook, eVideo and eReference content, including scholarly monographs, videos, reference works, handbooks, series, professional development titles. There are more than 4200 titles, SAGE Knowledge consists of eBook and eVideo collections in the subject areas of Business & Management, Counselling, Criminology, Education, Geography, Health & Social Care, Media & Communication, Politics & International Relations, Psychology and Sociology. SAGE eBooks allow you to print, download or read online without needing to have any special software and there is unlimited concurrent user access. SAGE eVideo features include video clip creation, closed captioning, downloadable transcripts, HTML5 player. This trial is running from 2 December 2016 until 31 March 2017
The Library's trial to SAGE Research Methods Datasets provides access to a collection of teaching datasets that can be used to support the teaching of quantitative and qualitative analytical methods used in the social sciences. These are datasets taken from larger national and international data sources, cleaned and reduced in size and complexity for teaching and self-study purposes. The datasets cover qualitative and quantitative research methods ; support all of the main social science fields including Business, Education, Health, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology ; are designed to be interesting and contemporary ; are downloadable in multiple file formats in most cases ; come with a how-to-guide explaining how different statistical or analytical techniques can be applied to the dataset. The datasets are fully integrated on the SAGE Research Methods platform, including its methods taxonomy and the Methods Map tool. This trial is running from 18 November 2016 until 31 March 2017
The Library's trial to SAGE Research Methods Video provides access to over 480 streaming videos, including hours of tutorials, interviews, video case studies and mini-documentaries covering the entire research process. This trial is running from 18 November 2016 until 31 March 2017