To support students temporarily unable to access their library’s print holdings during the Covid-19 situation, several publishers have responded by temporarily making certain resources free or extending access over the next few months. We’ve been signing up to many of these offers to provide you with extra material, in addition to our usual e-resources.
Alternatively, browse a list of items already set up below:
New resources and extended access
We now have access to the following new resources (please note that some content on these resources already falls within our subscriptions):
- All journals from Annual Reviews
- All journals from Berghahn
- Additional resources on Bloomsbury Collections and Drama Online, and additional access to the Education and Childhood Studies, Churchill Archive, Bloomsbury Medieval Studies, Screen Studies and Applied Visual Arts collections
- All reference works available from Cambridge University Press (including Cambridge Histories, Cambridge Companions and Cambridge Elements)
- All books and journals through Duke University Press
- All journals from EDP Sciences
- Several courses through IEEE
- The Internet Archive’s National Emergency Library
- Several books and journals through JSTOR, including 26 public health journals
- All collections in The Great Courses on Kanopy
- GIDEON, Health Library and Lippincott Advisor from Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
- The full Law Trove collection from Oxford University Press
- Pharmacy Knowledge through Pharmaceutical Press
- Several books and journals through Project Muse
- Complete collections of books, reference works and videos from Sage Knowledge
- All video content from Sage Methods
- All content on Trismegistos
- All journals from World Scientific
Please log into these via the institutional login, and check your subject guide for details on how long they are active for.
Extended access is also available for the following platforms:
- Box of Broadcasts is now available anywhere in the EU, not just in the UK!
- Many books we have bought through Ebook Central are providing access to more users at once for e-books which previously were limited to a few users at a time
For further information, please contact us online:
- For advice on sourcing good quality online literature see our subject guides or contact your Academic Liaison Librarian directly by email or remotely by video link; or complete a general one-to-one ALL appointment request form.
- For technical help and support with online resources, please complete an E-resources problem report form or email email@example.com.
- If you have any other enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sophie Dorman and Lindsay Warwick, Collections Team