Temporary free access to additional resources and a selection of information on COVID-19

Temporary free access to additional resources

Many academic publishers are generously offering access to a selection of databases, articles, pre-prints, and eBooks on a temporary gratis basis during the COVID-19 global crisis.

This page is a work-in-progress. New content will be added as offers become available. The goal is to highlight resources that are of high interest to our staff and students.

Please note these resources are not discoverable through Te Waharoa, and must be accessed directly via the publisher platforms.

Subject What’s being offered For how long
All Bloomsbury – access to all eBooks via Bloomsbury Collections Until 31 May, 2020
All DeGruyter – access to 75,000+ eBooks with copyright years between 1749 and 2016 Until 30 June, 2020
All Cambridge University Press – access to over 700 textbooks Until 31 May, 2020
All Elsevier – access to 256 textbooks Until 31 Aug., 2020
All JSTOR Books and Archive – extended access to eBooks and journal archives Until 30 June, 2020
All JSTOR Public Health Titles – access to 26 ejournals Until 30 June, 2020
All Project Muse – eBooks and journals Until 30 June, 2020
All MIT Press – eBooks Until 30 June, 2020
Economics CEIC Data Library – 5.5+ million macroeconomic time series, covering more than 200 economies, 20 industries, and 18 macroeconomic sectors, compiled from 1,500 sources Until 30 June, 2020
Economics EMIS University – analysis, data, and news on companies, industries, and countries in the world’s 125+ emerging markets Until 30 June, 2020
Health Ovid – many databases related to medicine, anatomy, and psychiatry Until 28 May, 2020
Health ClinicalKey – nursing and midwifery textbooks (register first to get access) Until 30 June, 2020
History British Online Archives – full access to 80 digitised collections, including British political and colonial history; African Studies; Caribbean Studies; the Slave Trade; Apartheid; and the World Wars and New Zealand and Polynesian records from colonial missionaries, 1838–1958 Until 15 May, 2020
Religious studies Bloomsbury Theology and Religion Online Until 31 May, 2020

Selection of information on COVID-19

Many publishers have collated information on COVID-19. These are freely available until further notice.