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Indigenous Information Sources: Introduction

This guide will help you to locate and search effectively for Australian Indigenous Information Sources.

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In this guide...(index)

Getting started 

  • OneSearch tips
  • Quick reference
  • Finding books
  • Finding journals
  • Browse the shelves

Subscription databases

  • Databases explained
  • Databases: Informit
  • Databases: Primary sources

Health resources

  • HeathInfoNet
  • Specialist databases
  • Health Journals
  • Indigenous Led
  • Government Health

General web resources

  • Indigenous organisations
  • Indigenous culture
  • Government sources
  • Primary web sources
  • Advanced Google search 

Kaya! Wanjoo! (Hello! Welcome!)

The University of Western Australia acknowledges that its campus is situated on Noongar land, and that Noongar people remain the spiritual and cultural custodians of their land, and continue to practise their values, languages, beliefs and knowledge.

This guide will help you find information resources relating to the history, culture and philosophy of Indigenous peoples in Australia available to students at UWA.  This guide uses the term 'Indigenous Australians' to refer to Australia's first people. This term refers to 'Aboriginal Australians' and 'Torres Strait Islander people'.

Learn more about the UWA's Indigenous commitment.

The Dance of Life

Image: "The Dance of Life" by Professor Helen Milroy.
More information on this artwork can be found at

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