List of temporarily freely available e-resources during coronavirus pandemic. The site lists both e-resources for HE students (text-books, e-journals, etc.) and for medical experties (research articles, EBM tools, etc.).
Regularly updated collection of freely available e-resources:
Textbooks and other e-resources for HE institutions
Annual Reviews – journals available till 30/4/2020.
JSTOR – Ebooks and ejournals from 30 university presses.
Oxford University Press – Epigeum training programs available till 31/5/2020.
Elsevier – text-books available for ScienceDirect customers.
Ohio State University Press – ebooks in the field of linguistics
University of Michigan Press – ebooks available till 30/4/2020 (no download option).
Project MUSE – e-resources freely available from the following publishers:
- Johns Hopkins University Press (all ebooks and ejournals)
- Ohio State University Press (all ebooks and ejournals)
- University of Nebraska Press (all ebooks and ejournals)
- University of North Carolina Press (all ebooks)
- Temple University Press (all ebooks)
- Vanderbilt University Press (selected ebooks)
E-resources for clinical and medical experts
ACS (American Chemical Society) – Chemistry in Coronavirus Research virtual collection
American Society for Microbiology
BioOne – research articles on coronavirus available till 31/12/2020.
Cambridge University Press
CNKI (China National Knowledge Infrastructure)
Digital Science – daily updated hub on coronavirus research.
Duodecim – evidance based tool for medical experts. Available till 31/5/2020 from Hungarian IPs.
Elsevier – COVID-19 Information Center
JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association)
The Lancet Coronavirus Resource Centre
New England Journal of Medicine
Oxford University Press
PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences)
Royal Society of Chemistry
Taylor & Francis