Many publishers and providers open parts or entire collections to help researchers and students to continue their work during the coronavirus outbreak. Below you will find a list of publishers who currently give access.
Access and scope vary depending on the publisher
Access is given for a limited time
The library provides this information but cannot control the extent of available content
The content on this page is divided into three groups: free access to parts or entire content of collections, free access to Covid-19 related information, and finally free access to remote learning resources.
Annual Reviews Annual Reviews removes access control to the content until 30 April. Journals are available to all.
Berghahn Free access to all Berghahn Journals until 30 June. Free eBooks for individual users until 30 April. Use discount code REMOTE20. A growing number of Open Access texts available for direct download.
Emerald Publishing Freely available via Emerald Insight throughout the pandemic.
Internet Archive The Internet Archive will suspend waitlists so that users will be able to borrow books from the National Emergency Library without joining a waitlist. Until 30 June 2020, or the end of the US national emergency, whichever is later.
JSTOR Expanded access to ebooks. 26 Public Health journals are available for free access through 30 June, 2020. For participating academic institutions that currently license some, but not all, JSTOR Archive and Primary Source collections, JSTOR will turn on access to all unlicensed collections at no cost.
Dimensions A research grants database which links grants to resulting publications, clinical trials and patents. Dimensions is facilitating access to COVID-19 research.
Duke University Press Navigating the threat of Pandemic Syllabus, information on how we navigate the spread of communicable diseases. Listed books are free to read online until 1 June, 2020, and journal articles are free until 1 October.