Answered By: Timothy Grasso Last Updated: Jul 02, 2020 Views: 105
COVID-19 Emergency Database Access
Due to the unprecedented disruption to the global education system by the COVID-19 pandemic, many publishers and electronic resource vendors have opened up resources for free use by institutions.
You can access these database collections (and the eBooks and eJournals they contain) directly through the hyperlinks in this FAQ, or you can view them through our databases page using the keyword COVID.
Below is a chart that describes newly accessible collections, their providers, and their access end date. We will be updating this chart as new resources become available.
|Provider||Collection Name||Description||Access end date|
|JSTOR||JSTOR Expanded COVID-19 eBooks||This free eBook content is integrated within our standard JSTOR access, but you can view a list of participating publishers here. Click on a publisher to view eBooks with temporary access. JSTOR includes eBooks along with full text articles from more than 1,500 leading academic journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences.||08/31/2020|
|De Gruyter||De Gruyter Free Covid eBooks||De Gruyter is a leading international scholarly publisher based in Germany. They are offering free access to over 75,000 eBooks from over thirty imprints, publishers and presses, including many prominent U.S. University presses. Content is multi-discplinary with strengths in social science and theology/ religion.||7/31/2020|