COVID-19: publishers make online contents available
Many publishers are coming together to make some scholarly content temporarily free to support researchers, students and lecturers of higher education institutions during this “off campuses” period.
Below, a non-exhaustive list of useful resources, temporarily freely available or already subscribed by the EPFL Library.
Resources about COVID-19
- Cochrane Library (articles) : free access to the Special Collection.
- Elsevier (articles and ebooks)
- Emerald (journal articles and book chapters): free content related to coronavirus.
- JSTOR (journal archives and articles): 26 journal archives in Public Health and more than 6,000 selected journal articles related to COVID-19.
- Nature (articles)
- Ovid (streaming and database)
- Protocols.io (protocols): fastest growing shared method development group around COVID-19.
- Springer Nature (articles and ebooks)
- Taylor & Francis Online (articles and ebooks)
- The Lancet (articles and ebooks)
- Wiley (articles and ebooks)
- Wiley Europe 1817, UK 1854, Hastings 1873 and Sydney 1895 (digital archives): free resources related to historical perspectives on epidemics, methods used to control their spread, and associated health policies.
- Wiley-Scitrus (discovery application): free content related to coronavirus.
- Wiley zyBook (articles and ebooks): COVID-19 Digital Care Package.
Resources for students and lecturers
- Afnor (ISO standards): standards related to sanitary crisis (download access and print availability).
- Annuel Reviews (articles)
- Cairn.info (ebooks): read access (no download availability) until the end of April.
- Cambridge (textbooks): 700 titles, published and currently available on Cambridge Core.
- Cengage (textbooks): all
- Docuseek (streaming platform)
- Ebook Central (ProQuest) (articles and ebooks): enrolled publishers.
- Ebook Central (Proquest) (ebooks): unlimited access to Ebook Central Holdings.
- Edwar Elgar (ebook chapters)
- Elsevier (textbooks): 256 titles currently on ScienceDirect for a period of 90 days.
- Epigeum: online courses for students (for example on plagiarism), researchers and lecturers available until May 31 (registration required).
- Jove (streaming platform): free access to all educational video content through June 15.
- JSTOR: journals and primary source collections beyond the ones already subscribed and a rapidly growing collection of ebooks.
- Kanopy (streaming platform)
- Lumen (Open Education Resources)
- Project Muse (articles and ebooks)
- Vital Source (ebooks): an expansive catalog of etexts through May 25.
- Wiley (textbooks): WileyPLUS or Knewton Alta.