Please note ATI is no longer updated. ATI will remain available on Informit as an archive database. Australian Tourism Index (ATI), produced by the Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Marketing, Victoria University of Technology, is a bibliographic database that indexes and abstracts articles from published and unpublished material on tourism and related fields. Source documents include books, conference proceedings, audiovisual material, newspapers, journals, reports, commercial publications, unpublished material and government documents. Since 1993 all Pacific Asia Travel Association publications relevant to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific have been included
CAB eBooks provides a unique opportunity to access CABI’s prestigious titles in an easy-to-use format. Books are indexed and retrievable as chapters, ensuring that a search of available titles will render the most relevant results. CABI publish ebooks in Agriculture, Animal and veterinary sciences, Environmental sciences, Human health food and nutrition, Leisure and tourism, and Plant sciences.
CABI's full text repository is continuing to grow. These documents, made possible by agreement with third party publishers, have been specially digitised by CABI. Approximately 60% of the full text items are journal articles, and 40% are conference papers and other grey literature. The international focus of this full text content means that you have access to a wide cross-section of global research. All areas of the world are represented including developing countries.
CCC's journals cover a wide range of current research serving the fields of oncology research, gene expression & therapy, pain research, cell transplantation, alternative medicine, and technology. All of our publications are peer-reviewed prior to acceptance, and as such also appear in major index and abstracting services. CCC also covers the growing areas of research in the fields of tourism, travel, and travel locations. CCC's book series "Tourism Dynamics" is representative of the coverage that is required to support this growth industry.
The Online Student Data Package from Tourism Research Australia enables users to interrogate data from the International Visitor Survey (IVS) and National Visitor Survey (NVS) to generate custom tables and output the tables directly into excel or export as CSV files. The Package also allows users to produce charts and thematic maps. The datasets contain the most recently available calendar year data and is annually updated in March.