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||DeGruyter – access to 75,000+ eBooks with copyright years between 1749 and 2016||TBC|
|All||Cambridge University Press – access to over 700 textbooks||TBC|
|All||Elsevier – access to 256 textbooks||Until 31 Aug., 2020|
|All||JSTOR Journals and Primary Sources – extended access to journals and primary sources||Until 31 Dec., 2020|
|All||JSTOR Books – extended access to eBooks||Until 31 Aug., 2020|
|All||JSTOR Public Health Titles – access to 26 ejournals||Until 31 Dec., 2020|
Selection of information on COVID-19
Many publishers have collated information on COVID-19. These are freely available until further notice.
- American Chemical Society
- American Psychological Association
- American Society for Microbiology
- Annual reviews
- Cambridge University Press
- Clarivate Analytics
- Elsevier – Science Direct – journal articles
- The Lancet
- New England Journal of Medicine
- Oxford University Press
- Springer Nature
- Taylor & Francis