Bristol University Press Journals are available through October 15, 2020.
Bristol University Press supports and advances scholarship and education in the social sciences. The home of the award-winning Policy Press, it publishes world-class research, learning resources and scholarly social commentary in key disciplines.
Cengage is offering:
To ease the impact on researchers due to COVID-19, East View and Center for Research Libraries are extending free temporary access to Asia and Slavic related resources through September or October 30, 2020 (each resource has a unique date).
Once logged in to HathiTrust, you will now be able to access the entire public domain corpus plus temporarily have limited access to in-copyright and copyright-undetermined volumes that are held at CWRU Libraries. Almost 50% of the campus's print holdings are now available for online reading through this temporary arrangement. Access is temporary until the campus libraries fully reopen.
All the JSTOR Archive and Primary Source collections, that the university did not have access, have been turned on through December 31, 2020.
With university classrooms and libraries shuttered because of the COVID-19 crisis, scholars are facing disruptions not only in their teaching lives but also in their ability to access research materials. In response, many academic presses have made hundreds of their titles freely accessible online. The Public Books Database aims to catalog such resources in a single location and to highlight titles of particular interest.
To help you navigate the challenge of transitioning to teaching online, SAGE has opened up access to resources to help you set up and manage an online course quickly and successfully, at no charge to you or your students. Resources include textbooks, courseware, journal content related to coronavirus, and tips from instructors.