Databases - F
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|Family Court of New Zealand|
Includes legislation, decisions, practice and procedure, and forms.
|Family Law Library NZ (LexisNexis)|
Contains "Family Law Service", "Family Law Journal" , "NZ Family Law Reports" and "Fisher on Matrimonial and Relationship Property".
|Family Law Practice Area (Westlaw NZ)|
Includes looseleafs, e.g. Child Law, Incapacity, etc., plus cases and reports and relevant statutes.
FamilySearch is the largest genealogy organization in the world. Millions of people use FamilySearch records, resources, and services to learn more about their family history. For over 100 years, FamilySearch has been actively gathering, preserving, and sharing genealogical records worldwide.
Free database of national laws and regulations on food, agriculture and renewable natural resources.
|Federal (especially Courts of Appeal) and State Court Decisions|
A Cornell site linking to many sources of decisions. (University of Otago users will prefer the more comprehensive hard copy and electronic resources of the Law Library.)
|FIAF Index to Film Periodicals Plus (Film Indexes Online)|
International Index to Film Periodicals created by the FIAF (International Federation of Film Archives) indexes more than 340 film periodicals, from 1972 to the present. Includes full-text access to over 85,000 articles. The FIAF International Index to Film Periodicals brings together contributions from experts around the world dedicated to film preservation, cataloguing and documentation.
|Film Index International (Film Indexes Online)|
A major information resource for entertainment films and personalities produced in collaboration with the British Film Institute. With a scholarly, inclusive approach to all areas of film studies - from the very first silent movies, to art house classics or the latest blockbusters - Film Index International provides international coverage, indexing films from over 170 countries.
|Film Indexes Online|
Contains Film Index International (FII) database, the American Film Institute (AFI) Catalogue and FIAF Full Text. FII covers over 120,000 films and 735,000 film personalities from over 180 countries from 1900 to the present. AFI Catalogue is the premier resource for American films produced between 1893 and 1974. FIAF FullText holds hundreds of the world's foremost academic and popular film journal articles.
A vast archive of published articles that you can search for free.
|Findlaw Supreme Court Center|
Free database of the full text of US Supreme Court decisions from 1893, plus access to related material such as briefs.
Provides access to New Zealand content, including material by or about New Zealanders, from a range of New Zealand newspapers and journals.
|Fine Arts and Music Collection|
Indexing and abstracting for over 290 titles (100+ in full-text) covering subjects such as drama, music, art history, and filmmaking.
|Fletchers Index Online|
Listing of Māori names referred to in books and journals, including the names of boundaries, Māori individuals, canoes, trees, landmarks and geographical locations.
An online library of e-book titles on food safety, quality assurance, processing, brewing, regulations, and microbiology. This collection offers information on latest functional foods, antioxidants, foodborne pathogens, and packaging technologies.
|Forster Collection - Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, UK|
The Forsters set sail from Plymouth for the South Pacific on 13 July 1772 in Cook's ship the Resolution. The items they collected on their 3 year voyage are searchable on this database.
|FSTA: Food Science and Technology Abstracts (OvidSP)|
FSTA provides bibliographic information and abstracts from the international literature on food science, food technology, and human nutrition.
|FWDP: The Fourth World Documentation Project|
Free database of fulltext documents relating to Indigenous Peoples; from the CWIS (Center for World Indigenous Studies) site.