Additional online resources made available by publishers during Spring 2020
Access to these resources is temporary, during the Covid-19 crisis only
A number of publishers have opened up their content to students and researchers during the current coronavirus lockdown, to enable us to work effectively from home. The following is a list of resources currently enabled for extended free access period this spring. The list will be amended when new resources get announced. Please, contact your subject librarian for more information and assistance with the use of these resources.
Use Summon to locate content already available via the library as well as the additional content listed below.
Cambridge University Press
Coronavirus research on Cambridge Core. More than 80 relevant book chapters and journal articles are currently in the collection, with future articles being added once they are published.
ClinicalKey Student Nursing (use Institutional login option)
Elsevier Textbooks - over 250 titles
Health Studies Library from Wolters Kluwer (There is no need to register for a personal account unless special features are needed)
- Advanced Practice Nursing - Health Library
- Health Library: Exercise Science
- Made Incredibly Easy Collection
- Physical Therapy Collection
- Premium Pharmacy Collection
- Premium Basic Sciences Collection
- Speech Language Hearing Collection
IGI Global - eBooks on Social Sciences and Humanities.
JSTOR - all archived content now available including the following new resources
- 19th Century British Phamphlets (version not published through Forum)
- Struggles for Freedom on Aluka and JSTOR
- JSTOR Plants
- Selected book titles
Pharmacy Knowledge - Students and staff to register on site.
Royal Society Publishing - collection of science journals
Free access to research on Coronavirus
- BMJ's Coronavirus (covid-19) Hub - free content including news, comment, and research from BMJ
- Elsevier's Novel Coronavirus Information Center - free health and medical research on the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and COVID-19
- ProQuest Coronavirus Research Database - open-access articles related to coronaviruses, including coverage of COVID-19
- Royal Society Publishing Covid-19 collection - a comprehensive list of relevant articles and themed issues
- SIAM Epidemiology Collection - articles on Epidemiology, Disease modeling, Pandemics and Vaccines
- Covid and information literacy - a range of useful resources