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Expanded access to eResources during the COVID-19 crisis

This page offers a selection of online resources made available by publishers and providers in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The content will be updated continuously, so check back often. 

 

Beck

Beck-online

This legal database is now exceptionally available from off-campus. Note that users are asked to register while connected to the EUI VPN using their @eui.eu email account.

Info on how to register available here.

 

Where to find these resources:

 Library catalogue

Brill-edited

Brill

Brill has opened up books and articles on topics such as public health, distance learning and crisis research. 

 

Where to find these resources:

Publisher's website

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De Gruyter

75,000 eBook titles published from 1650 to 2016 are now accessible on the De Gruyter platform.

 

Publisher's website

Elsevier

Elsevier

All 250 textbooks on ScienceDirect are now freely available online.

 

 Finnd eJournals and eBooksPublisher's website

Giuffrè Francis Lefebvre

Giuffrè Francis Lefebvre

In the framework of their Solidarietà Digitale programme, the publisher has opened access to the GiustiziaCivile.com database. 

 

Where to find these resources:

Library catalogueFinnd eJournals and eBooksPublisher's website

Internet Archive

Internet Archive - National Emergency Library

This is an extensive collection of digitised books and journals and it is particularly relevant for core disciplinary publications from the 1960s to the 2000s.

PDF files of the books in the Internet Archive may be borrowed for two weeks by creating a free account.  You may read the books online in your browser, or download them into Adobe Digital Editions, a free piece of software used for managing loans.   

Whereas the Internet archives usually lends one PDF copy a the time, until 30 June 2020 all waitlists are suspended, meaning that all books are available at all times.  

 

Where to find these resources:

Publisher's website

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JSTOR

For participating academic institutions that currently license some, but not all collections, JSTOR has turned on access to all unlicensed collections at no cost. A growing list of more than 30,000 books and all JSTOR Archive and Primary Source collections has now been granted to the Library. 

Expanded access to Journals and Primary Sources: get full list here.

Expanded access to eBooks: get full list here.

Some of the Participating publishers :

  • Berkshire Publishing Group
  • Columbia University Press
  • Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca
  • Edinburgh University Press
  • Harvard University Press
  • NYU Press
  • Penn State University Press
  • Princeton University Press
  • University of Illinois Press
  • Yale University Press

     

    Where to find these resources:

    Publisher's website

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PressReader

PressReader

This newspaper and magazines portal has extended radiant access from 7 to 60 days to keep users connected. Follow the instructions here. 

 

Where to find these resources:Library catalogue

 

 Springer

Springer

Full-text access to more than 400 Springer and Palgrave textbooks have been made available temporarily. Access available via this link only.

 

Where to find these resources:

Publisher's website

Page last updated on 31 July 2020