Many publishers are also offering trials of their resources. They will be added to the library website:
Feedback is very important! Let us know if there are any resources you would like to have for long term use.
Publishers offering wider access to e-resources
Elsevier has made all textbooks freely accessible to ScienceDirect customers to support students and lecturers whose classes have moved from campus to online.
JSTOR has expanded free access for participating institutions. More than 30 000 books are available. The resources can be search in JSTOR’s own search engine and are available only with utu-credentials.
World Scientific Publishing will upgrade journal access to all World Scientific journal content published from 2001, until June 30, 2020. World Scientific e-books through Ebook Central and EBSCO will get automatic upgrades to unlimited concurrent access (from single user or 3U) through mid-June, 2020.
Publishers offering free access
Australian National University Press produce fully peer-reviewed monographs and journals across a wide range of subjects, with a special focus on Australian and international policy, Indigenous studies and the Asia-Pacific region.
Berghahn Journals publishes 38 scholarly journals in the social sciences and humanities.
Elsevier’s Coronavirus Information Center has opened its full text articles for data mining. The resources include almost 20 000-research articles from ScienceDirect, including peer-reviewed research from journals like The Lancet and Cell Press. These articles are available for download with rights for full text and data mining, re-use and analyses for as long as needed.
OpenEdition Books and OpenEdition Journals has extended access. The list of collections and participating publishers: https://oep.hypotheses.org/2515
ProjectMuse makes scholarly content of its participating publishers temporarily available for free: https://about.muse.jhu.edu/resources/freeresourcescovid19/#covid19resources
ProQuest offers access to Coronavirus Research Database, which includes coverage of the COVID-19 outbreak: https://search.proquest.com/coronavirus/
Royal Society of Chemistry-published research papers related to COVID-19 are available to read now as part of this free-to-access collecton: http://click.rsc.org/rsps/m/-qSid0RntORUFR56EVmUeDCFbTpS5SekpGpuY58m-4o
Wolters Kluwer offers free access on the Digital Book Platform: https://wkldigitalbooks.integra.co.in/Customer/Home