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Inmagic’s TextWorks® and WebPublisher PRO software solutions enable customers to easily create and deploy databases to the Web and across intranets/extranets. Through the use of XML, HTML and SOAP WebPublisher PRO is fully open and standards-based, and enables users to integrate TextWorks databases with other applications. Many of the world’s most prominent organisations have chosen Inmagic’s software to provide access to business information, research, images, archives and more.
Use the links on the left to visit some of the sites that provide public access via WebPublisher Pro to their TextWorks databases that can include full text, metadata and images.

The Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand (ALAC)
ALAC makes a variety of resource material including the Library catalogue, Publications and Websites databases available to the public.

CCS New Zealand. Library Catalogue
The CCS Disability Action database is available for searching and public requests.

Lincoln Center Institute for the Arts. Resource Database
This database of teaching resource information is primarily designed for LCI affiliates but the public can browse. It features a number of canned searches for popular topics.

Women’s Health Victoria: Catalogue
This is a Genie database.

Vancouver and Providence Health. Print Health Education Materials Resources
This is a database of the print resources (pamphlets, factsheets etc) available from Vancouver Coastal Health and Providence Health. An order online facility is provided, together with links to printable pdfs of the resources.

Institute of Development Studies. Livelihoods Connect.
The Livelihoods Connect database provides access to key documents on sustainable livelihoods. It contains action orientated summaries and links to the full-text online or to the document distributor for print only documents.

Produced by John Hopkins University, this is the world’s largest database of reproductive health research (more than 300,000 records).

Canadian Medical Association. PolicyBase
The CMA PolicyBase contains the full text of all current Canadian Medical Associations policy documents and resolutions.

Film New Zealand
Film New Zealand maintains a gallery of photographs of New Zealand film locations with descriptive information about those locations and access to the digitised images of the photographs managed by Inmagic’s TextWorks.

Auckland City Libraries. Heritage Images Online
A major project has been initiated to catalogue the historic photograph collections, and create images of various resolutions and formats to cater for Internet browsing, and orders for reproductions. ACL also provides the database records in XML format to the national Matapihi photograph database.

Amira International. Data Metallogenica
Data Metallogenica’s database is a reference system for global ore deposit information. It includes more than 40,000 image and text files containing professional quality digital images of 3,400 plate-mounted sets of mini-specimens (approximately 70,000 samples).

Auckland City Council archives
Auckland City Council archives manages 170000 records in Agency Series and Records databases to meet the requirements for the three detailed levels of archival description. Searching is facilitated by links between records and their associated Series and Agency. Family history indexes are also available for searching.

Glenbow Archives and Library
Glenbow is one of Canada’s largest non-governmental repositories and a major research centre with artifacts, archival materials, and published works documenting the history and culture of Western Canada.
City of Medicine Hat. Esplanade Collections
The Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre in the City of Medicine Hat brings together the disciplines of visual art, performance art, and cultural heritage. The Archives collections are searchable online and include manuscripts, photographs, audio-visual material, maps and the library collection.

Imperial War Museum
The Collections Online database offers access to material covering all aspects of twentieth century conflict. The site now includes detailed catalogue information for over 160,000 items from the Imperial War Museum’s collecting departments, images of over 30,000 highlights from the collection, and selected ‘soundbites’ from the Sound Archive.