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Why use a Database?
DATABASES: • Written by professionals with facts checked and verified. • Searchable by keywords (subject, author, date) • Easy to cite in your List of References • Current and regularly updated • Selected by your teacher or teacher-librarian.
WEBSITES: • Written by anybody at all • Not organized to support your research • Lacking citation information • Not always updated • Not always accurate, current or well organized.
Database and eBook access from home or off-campus
Search LHC Databases
Search all of the LHC Databases through the Advanced Search function of our Oliver catalogue. Select Search all sources to bring up the list. Deselect any that are not relevant.
Explore other library databases
Can't find what you are looking for? Try exploring other library databases and resources. (Register as a user)
Gale eBooks - Non Fiction
Newspaper Database - Search Past Copies
Offers access to leading Australian and New Zealand newspapers. Newsstream provides the very latest local, regional and national news. Can be accessed OFF CAMPUS with username and password.
Education Databases - Teachers
For off-campus access, click HERE. Register for your own account for easier access. Registration instructions HERE.