Many academic publishers are making articles, pre-prints and ebooks available for free for the duration of the Covid-19 global emergency. We're adding as many of these as possible to Library Search, the catalogue and the new Library beta search. Where textbooks used in AUT courses are now available electronically, AUT Library is working quickly to make them available via Course Resources.
Here are some others resources.
ProjectMuse - 44 publishers with free content.
Gale’s Health and Wellness database of news and magazine articles, video content and academic journal articles covering topics in health and wellness.
British History Online - all transcribed content free until the end of July.
Jove Education - video content for science education, demonstrating core laboratory skills and scientific experiments from top laboratories around the globe.
PubMedCentral is providing coordinated access to content made temporarily open by research organisations and publishers. There is a time lag however, so it may be worth going directly to publishers’ own sites if you want the most up-to-date content. Publishers’ sites may require registration.
US National Library of Medicine curated hub for COVID-19 papers and data added to PubMed organised into categories including transmission, treatment and epidemic forecasting.
JSTOR Public Health journals - open until the end of June.
SSRN (Social Science Research Network) curated Coronavirus and Infectious Disease Research.
AccessMedicine COVID Central weekly updated developments and analysis in clinical medicine, public health, and industry for health professionals, trainees, students and librarians.
Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Interactive Map with rapid updates from authoritative international sources.
CEIC Data Novel Coronavirus Outbreak Monitor - map and data visualisations to track the outbreak day by day.
Semantic Scholar COVID-19 Open Research Dataset - Scholarly articles about COVID-19 and the coronavirus family of viruses updated weekly as new research is published in peer-reviewed publications and archival services like bioRxiv, medRxiv.
Radiological Society of North America free resource to support radiological diagnosis of COVID-19.
Royal Society of Chemistry free access COVID-19 content.
Scitrus - news, research articles and pre-prints relating to COVID-19.
BioOne research articles on avian and wildlife diseases.
CABI’s Coronavirus collection is freely available for 3 months using voucher code if you register an email address and create a login. Voucher code is CV4Y85D5JG9.
The New York Times free access to Coronavirus outbreak news.