Additional Temporarily Accessible E-Resources During COVID-19 Pandemic

Public Books Database has collated a list of temporarily accessible e-resources of academic and university press houses that can be of potential use to our researchers. There are over thirty-five academic presses are currently providing temporary access to their books through the end of June 2020. The list was compiled and reported by Salvador I. Ayala and Jess Engbretson in the article dated April 3, 2020. To note this is not a static list but according to the authors, it will be updated as we proceed through the crisis mitigation efforts.  I am providing the list that is sourced from the article itself. Each academic press’s website have information about how to access these temporarily free resources.

University of Arizona PressBristol University PressUniversity of Calgary Press University of California PressUniversity Press of Colorado Cornell University PressDuke University PressFordham University PressUniversity of Georgia PressUniversity of Hawai‘i PressIndiana University PressJohns Hopkins University PressLever PressUniversity of Maryland PressManchester University PressMedieval Institute PublicationsUniversity of Michigan PressUniversity of Missouri PressMIT PressMonash University PublishingUniversity of Nebraska PressUniversity of North Carolina PressUniversity of North Texas PressNorthwestern University PressOhio State University PressPenn State University PressPrinceton University PressPurdue University PressRutgers University PressUniversity of South Carolina PressTemple University PressTexas Tech University PressUtah State University PressVanderbilt University PressUniversity of Virginia PressWayne State University PressUniversity of the West Indies Press

Source: Email from Margaret Philipps

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