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Many academic publishers have opened up selected resources for free access during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some we’ve added to the Library website:

  • Internet Archives eBooks typically give readers access to the full content of a book. Users must create their own account, then they can check out or put a hold on a title they want to read. Internet Archive eBooks are currently searchable through our WorldCat Library search, along with all our other print books and eBooks.
  • MUSE In Focus: Contextualizing Pandemic is a collection of more than 25,000 eBooks and 300 scholarly journals that “bring some historical, cultural, and social context to the COVID-19 crisis”.
  • JSTOR free access to selected COVID-19-related articles. This large collection can be browsed by topic.

Follow the Library’s COVID-19 guide to keep up to date on any other additional resources that become available, and for information on the Library’s many subscription databases and eBooks that we continue to make available to our students, staff, and faculty.