1/8/07): To enhance end users searching of Informit databases upon
renewal of subscriptions all universities accessing Informit Complete will
have the index/bibliographic versions of APAIS, AMI, AGIS, AEI and Family
removed from view. This does not affect the full text versions of
these databases APAFT (APAIS), Meditext (AMI), AGIS PT (AGIS), A+ Education
(AEI), Family Plus (Family) or the subsets of these databases i.e. APAIS/HEALTH.
Please note we recommend that reference/links to the index versions of
these databases on your library systems should be changed to that of the
full text version i.e. change all APAIS links to APAFT. The benefits
of removing the view of these indexes are:
*ensures that end users find full text when full text is available *no more confusion between index and full text databases i.e. APAIS and APAFT
*no more duplication of records
Besides removing some links which a lot of universities have already done there is no down side. We have enabled this for Universities on Informit Complete as they are accessing unrestricted users and do not require the index versions as back ups. We do not recommend that universities on restricted users cease indexes access.
Technical Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sales Executive Team responsible for Universities is as follows:
Australian Universities - Tina Argyros | 03 9925 8211 | email: email@example.com
NZ Universities - Tim Clynes | 03 9925 8153 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Content (see also
Informit Humanities & Social Science collection - titles list (17/7/09)
Informit Business collection - titles list (17/7/09)
Informit Engineering collection - titles list (17/7/09)
Australian Public Affairs Full Text - titles list (17/7/09)
A+ Education - titles list (17/7/09)
Business Collection - titles list (22/7/08)
Australian Education Index - Journals List (10/6/04)
Informit Perpetual Access Licence Agreement (for use with the Meanjin Archive et al, 31/3/10)
INFORMIT PLUS Text Database Subscriber Terms (NZ educational institutions, government departments and Public Libraries) (28/2/06)
Informit e-Library User Licence Agreement (13/7/05)
Informit e-Library User Licence Agreement (2004) (13/1/05)
FAQs: Full Text Database User Licence
FAQs: Abstracting & Indexing Database User Licence
Meanjin Archiving pricing (17/11/09)
Pricing for CAUL.
2010 Pricing for CAUL and CONZUL - cover letter (15/7/09)
2010 Pricing for CAUL and CONZUL (15/7/09)
RMIT Publishing 2009 CAUL subscriptions- Informit Complete (16/7/08)
Informit Complete - Gold, Silver or Bronze - includes Informit e-Library Humanities and Social Sciences Collection, Informit Plus Text databases (APAFT, AGIS Plus Text, A+Education, Meditext and Family Plus), Informit Indexes (eg. ARCH, CINCH, SAGE, etc.)
Informit Media TVNews and/or RequestTV
Informit e-Library Engineering Collection
Informit e-Library Business Collection
RMIT Publishing 2007 - 2008 CAUL subscriptions (19/6/07)
1. Informit Complete packages (2005 - 2008 CAUL offer)
Informit e-Library2. Plus Text packages (2002 CAUL offer)
Informit Media TVNews
Informit Media RequestTV
Informit Plus Text – APAFT, AGIS Plus Text, A+Education, Meditext and Family Plus
Informit Indexes – 70+ index databases eg. ARCH, CINCH, SAGE, etc.
APAFTList of current subscribers (9/8/06)
Complete Package 2005 (18/7/05) - prices valid to February 2006
CAUL Pricing Matrix for Plus Texts 2005 (18/7/05) - prices valid to February 2006
Informit e-Library and Informit Index prices are at RRP if purchased separately outside of Informit Complete.
2004 offer to CAUL (9/6/04)
AEI PT and Family PT databases are up for trial at http://www.informit.com.au/trial.asp AEI is complete and FAMILY is being progressively added to.
Informit Library content is available for viewing at http://www.informit.com.au/library but is still waiting to be loaded onto the Informit Search platform. (12/7/04)
to CAUL 7/8/01- Earlybird incentive closes 31/8/01, Offer closes
31/10/01, eoi to CAUL Office 24/8/01
Australian Public Affairs Full-Text
AGIS Plus Text
to CAUL 10 October 2000 Quote valid until 31 December 2000
Trial details and guide - finishes 10 November 2000
Online library open for subscribers, By ADAM TURNER. Fairfax IT News Tuesday 1 August 2000.
Subscriber terms (Educational Institutions) (26/3/08)
Informit - Media Subscriber Terms - Educational Institutions (19/6/07)
Launch Presentation and Guide (20/8/07)
NEWS: (19/6/07) The new product line Informit Media is due for launch in early July. See Brochure for further information (5/7/07)
The first databases released under Informit Media will be TVNews and TVIndex (names to be confirmed). These products will revolutionise the way educational institutions review, research, receive and are alerted to Media.
TVNews indexes and provides a detailed synopsis of all significant news, current affairs and documentaries on Australian free to air TV and some Sky News (please note the program titles page in the demonstration is still being added to). TVNews enables browsing, searching and the delivery of video news items on the Informit platform. The database will be continually updated i.e. we are aiming to have the ABC's Lateline available the following morning. We will also enable instantaneous alerts to ensure clients receive the latest information related to their fields of interest as reported on TV. To view a prototype of TVNews please click the below link and follow the prompts. http://www.informit.com.au/TVnews
TVIndex is an index of all TV programs on free to air TV and selected Foxtel channels (e.g. Discovery, National Geographic, History, Discovery Science and Discovery Health). This index will allow clients to search and browse across a guide of all programs (even Neighbours). University Informit Administrators will be enabled with a facility to receive requests from university clients for DVD copies of programs. TVIndex will also be updated continuously and as the year progresses will contain a rich archive of all programs aired on mainstream Australian TV and selected Foxtel.
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