A staff member celebrates the 200 000th APAIS record, 27 April 1994 Photo: National Library The Australian Public Affairs Information Service (APAIS) was inaugurated in 1945.
What does APAIS stand for?
APAIS stands for Australian Public Affairs Information Service
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Australian Public Affairs Full Text The December issue mentioned that Sabretache articles are indexed by Australian Public Affairs Information Service (APAIS) that service is now known as Australian Public Affairs Full Text (APAFT).
Sabretache is indexed on APAIS The Australian Public Affairs Information Service (APAIS) is a subject index to scholarly articles in the social sciences and humanities published in Australia, and to selected periodical articles, conference papers, book and newspaper articles on Australian economic, social, political and cultural affairs.