Provides Access to the full text of major Australian and New Zealand newspapers. It includes regional and rural radio transcripts and news from current affairs television programs such as the ABC 7.30 Report.
Factiva is the major source for Australian and overseas newspapers - both the Fairfax and Murdoch press, and has exclusive rights to the Australian Financial Review & the Business Review Weekly. It is a Dow Jones & Reuters Company product and offers content from over 9,000 sources of information. Access limited to 5 concurrent users.
Provides access to the full-text from several peer-reviewed journals published by SAGE and participating societies. Subject coverage includes journalism, mass communication, cultural studies, television/film studies, media and written communication.
Includes journals, encyclopedias and ebooks. Subject coverage includes media, communication, humanities, culture and politics.
Search these Library databases to find online training tutorials, videos, and free-to-air TV programs. (RMIT University log in required)
We have created practical guides that show you how to make the most of our videos from the Library and beyond.
adforum.com provides access to a Creative Library of over 150,000 ads worldwide. Search for the latest ad campaigns or browse by film production, sound/music, animation/VFX and more. Types of media include movie trailers, interactive television, logotypes, posters, gaming and more.
Lynda.com is an extensive online training library that helps anyone learn software, creative and business skills. It contains a wide variety of video tutorials from experts with subject coverage including 3D + animation, audio, design, video, web and more. (Not indexed by LibrarySearch)
Collected and marketed by Nielsen Television Audience Measurement, Regional TAM data is the official television audience measurement (TAM) of Free-To-Air and Subscription Television viewing in the five east coast aggregated regional markets including its 19 component sub-markets, and the Regional Western Australian market.