Dictionaries and encyclopedias are a good starting point when researching a topic as they provide definitions, explanations or general overviews.
Australian legal databases of electronic legal information, including cases, legislation, commentary services and journals.
International legal databases of electronic legal information, including cases, legislation, commentary services and journals.
Journal articles often provide the most current and authoritative research on a topic. The Library subscribes to databases to provide you access to these sources which are usually not freely available via the World Wide Web. You can search databases on your chosen topic and locate fulltext articles, abstracts of articles or citations. Check the UWS catalogue by journal title if the database does not give you the fulltext or a linkage to fulltext elsewhere. A comprehensive listing of databases is provided on the main e-resources page. Browse or search for journals on the Journal A-Z list.
How does Hot Articles work?
Hot Articles is a mini window that goes on a web page and shows popular articles in broad subject areas (as defined by ExLibris). In each subject area, bX Hot Articles displays a list of up to ten articles and is based on selections made by millions of researchers from thousands of academic institutions around the world. Note: This list is updated once a month.