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 FREE ACCESS DURING COVID-19 CRISIS 

 Major publishers make content freely available

Peer-reviewed research continues to be a trusted guide during times of uncertainty. In response to the challenges created by the Covid-19 public health crisis, many publishers and libraries are making scholarly content temporarily available for free on their platforms. Please see the list below, which will be updated on a frequent basis.

 

Various scientific disciplines

  • American Economic Association
    All journals - at least until June 30.
  • Annual Reviews
    All journals - until April 30.
    A nonprofit publisher dedicated to synthesizing and integrating knowledge for the progress of science and the benefit of society. 
  • Berghahn Open Access Titles
    Berghahn Books supports practical open access policies that help make scholarship available to a broader audience in a sustainable way.
  • BRILL
    Books and articles on topics such as public health, distance learning, crisis research.
  • Cochrane Library 
    A collection of databases that contain different types of high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making.  
  • Duke University Press 
    Staff-curated syllabi of incisive work on today's most critical issues, from climate change to police violence to immigration - until September 30.
  • Dimensions
    Academic search engine Dimensions.ai now provides search filters for UN Sustainability Goals. Free access for Dimensions includes search for Publications and Datasets. However, searching Grants, Patents, Clinical Trials and Policy Documents is only available by subscription.
  • Elsevier
    256 text-books (90 days).
    Full-text access through the FAO Library, contact us at [email protected]
  • GeoScienceWorld
    GSW Publishers offer public access to e-books - until June 30.
  • JAMA and other AMA journals
  • John Libbey
    All content.
  • JSTOR
    26 Public Health journal titles - until June 30.
  • MIT Press
    2,500 e-books - until May 31.
    Full-text access through the FAO Library, contact us at [email protected]
  • Project MUSE
    Scholarly e-books in the humanities and social sciences - until June 1. 
  • The SIAM Epidemiology Collection
    The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics provides free access for one year to their Epidemiology collection focused on disease modeling, pandemics, and vaccines.
  • University of Michigan Press
    e-books - until April 30.

 

Latest research on Covid-19

 

Libraries

  • National Emergency Library
    To address the unprecedented global and immediate need for access to reading and research materials, this library brings together all the books from Phillips Academy Andover and Marygrove College, and much of Trent University’s collections, along with over a million other books donated from other libraries to readers worldwide that are locked out of their libraries - until June 30 or the end of the US national Emergency.
  • World Digital Library
    A project of the U.S. Library of Congress and UNESCO, in cooperation with libraries, archives, museums, educational institutions, and international organizations from around the world.