Our databases

Library members can access additional audio books, ebooks, magazine and reference and research from the following external Australian and overseas providers. These are not currently available via the Vision Australia i-access online catalogue. Some are free, some are not.

Please contact the library for more information and to activate your access.  

Britannica Online
Online version of the Britannica Encylopedia with content arranged at different levels for children, teens and adults.

Credo Reference
Contains full-text dictionaries and encyclopedias and other reference books across a wide range of subject areas. Searches in Credo Reference will also provide links to related searches in Australian and New Zealand Reference Centre Plus as well as Masterfile Premier, saving you having to search these library databases separately

Australian and New Zealand Reference Centre Plus
Provides access to leading regional and international full-text magazines and journals, newspapers & newswires, reference books, and an image collection.

CINAHL Plus with full-text
A collection of nursing and allied health literature, including a number of journals relating to blindness and low vision, occupational and physical therapy, counselling and much more.

Masterfile Premier
Includes full-text magazines and reference books, primary source documents and an image collection containing photos maps and flags.

EBSCOHost - all databases
This site allows you to search concurrently across all EBSCOHost databases available at Vision Australia. including Australian and New Zealand Reference Centre Plus, CINAHL and MasterFILE Premier.

Who Else Writes Like…? : a readers guide to fiction authors
This reader’s guide to fiction authors lets you browse or search for authors and discover a world of fictions writers based on your favourites. Search or browse by genre, check characters and series, follow links to authors’ website and look for prize winners.

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