Online resources provided freely during COVID-19 crisis:
American Chemical Society
A collection of free to read online chemistry teaching resources from the Journal of Chemical Education and the ACS Division of Chemical Education. This regularly updated collection includes journal articles, video resources, distance learning modules, etc.
American Meteorological Society (AMS)
all AMS journal articles have been made freely available — through 30 September 2020.
Animal Health and Production Compendium
Concurrent user access has been extended from 4 to unlimited. Access via the Library catalogue.
Council of Australian Law Deans (CALD)
Council of Australian Law Deans Call to all Legal Publishers during COVID-19.
De Gruyter have made IUPAC Standards Online freely accessible until 31 December 2020.
From now through September 30, 2020, East View is offering temporary free access to “Rossiiskaia gazeta”, “Novaia gazeta”, “The Current Digest of the Russian Press” along with our subscription to “Pravda”, to support online learning and research for students and researchers now unable to access physical library resources due to COVID-19. Please follow this link via the Library catalogue.
Ebsco have also expanded access to Faculty Select, through to September 30. To support distance learning at institutions impacted by COVID-19 closures, Ebsco have created a simplified version of EBSCO Faculty Select to help faculty easily find Open Educational Resources and DRM-free e-books to support remote classroom needs. This includes more than 225,000 DRM-free EBSCO eBooks.
Elsevier have expanded access to Clinical Key – Student. We have temporary access to the Nursing and Medicine collections until 10 August 2020. This is in addition to the Library’s ongoing subscription to the Dentistry collection. Use our library catalogue link to access Dentistry & Medicine parts. Use our library catalogue link to access Nursing.
Films on Demand- AU market collection
Films On Demand‘s platform provides users with the content, tools, speed, and performance that today’s online experience demands. At Films On Demand, we know that content matters. Our video library has been assembled not just with a focus on volume, but also with a discerning eye for quality and relevance. It is the result of decades of careful curating with a single guiding principle: providing every academic department on campus with the most essential video titles for their field of study.
Plus, Films On Demand titles have won numerous awards, including Peabody, CLIO, Telly, Emmy®, CINE Golden Eagle Award, Video Librarian Best Documentary, FREDDIE Award, and many more!
Films on Demand:Master Academic Video Collection
Note content list does differ for the AU institutions
see previous Blog post for access
JSTOR and their participating publishers are making an expanded set of journal content freely available to participating institutions where students have been displaced due to COVID-19.
JSTOR are fast-tracking the release of a new set of 26 journal archives in Public Health, making them openly accessible through Dec 31, 2020.
Further resources have been provided freely. To find any of the following resources, please access JSTOR via the catalogue.
- Lives of Literature Archive
- Security Studies Archive
- Sustainability Archive
- 19th Century British Pamphlets (Library already owns content)
- Struggles for Freedom: Southern Africa
- World Heritage Sites: Africa
- Global Plants (Library has current subscription)
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
OUP have provided free access to Oxford US Constitutional Law, until 31 Dec 2020.
Vendor Love in the Time of COVID-19
aka Vendor COVID-19 Related Donations and Pro Bono Access
(externally produced website list – no guarantees that access will work for everything)