In order to support academicians, researchers and students moving to remote instruction and learning, many publishers are offering some or all of their e-resources freely during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. NSU Library Content Operations team is working with these providers to give the best and quickest access to the community. All new content and updates will be regularly tracked. This guide provides information about resources those are made available by publishers and vendors in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Ebooks, Journals, & Databases
|Resource Title||Short Description||Access Link|
|In BMJ’s covid-19 hub supports health professionals and researchers with practical guidance, online CPD courses, as well as the latest news, comment, and research from BMJ. The content is free and updated daily.|
|Cambridge University Press|
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic is posing huge challenges for students, teachers, librarians, and researchers. At Cambridge University Press we are committed to supporting you at this difficult time, for more information please check out here.
|Canadian Science Publishing||Canadian Science Publishing is pleased to provide free access to coronavirus and related research available in our journals. Future articles will be added as they are published. If you come across a relevant article in one of the journals that we’ve missed, let us know and we’ll add it. For more information please check out here.|
At Cell Press, we recognize the urgent need to quickly share information about SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. On this hub page, curated by members of our editorial team, you’ll find the latest content about the outbreak as it appears in Cell Press journals. For more information please check out here.
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
MMWR is launching the MMWR COVID-19 Weekly Briefing podcast, a brief weekly podcast series to highlight the latest scientific information from the COVID-19 response. Listen to the latest episodes.
|China National Knowledge Infrastructure||A key national research and information publishing institution in China, led by Tsinghua University, and supported by the PRC Ministry of Education, PRC Ministry of Science, Propaganda Department of the Communist Party of China, and PRC General Administration of Press and Publication. For more information about ‘Online-first Publishing on COVID-19 (OA)’ please check out here.|
|EBSCO||EBSCO continued to work with its publisher partners to provide expanded access to online content to help and support the institutions during this current crisis. The content is accessible through EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS). The content represents a variety – from collections of specific titles to full titles temporarily set to be open access. Items are available on EDS and Full-Text-Finder site.|
|Elsevier – ScienceDirect|
To support the extraordinary efforts of the health and research communities combatting coronavirus, Elsevier has created a range of free resources, including textbooks, evidence-based clinical guidance, and more than 31,000 research articles to read, download, and data mine. This directory provides a complete overview of resources in Elsevier.
|Emerald||As the coronavirus (COVID 19) outbreak continues to spread, we want to help you disseminate timely and relevant findings that will benefit all of society. As well as the need for medical and hard sciences, social sciences research is vital to the prevention, management, and understanding of the wider societal impact of COVID-19. For more information please check out here.|
Fall 2020 is seeing continued global spread of COVID-19 with uncertainties about the effects of school reopenings on transmission and the prospects for dual COVID-19 and influenza outbreaks heading into colder months. Vaccine trials are heading into phases 2 and 3, and the FDA’s earlier-year reliance on emergency use authorizations (EUAs) under perceived political pressures to deliver pandemic solutions is raising concerns about the integrity of approval processes for vaccines potentially offered to millions of otherwise healthy people.
Browse the JAMA Network COVID-19 collection below, including Q&A’s with NIAID’s Anthony Fauci, an interactive map of the outbreak courtesy of The Johns Hopkins Center for Systems Science and Engineering, and past publications on vaccine development, infection control, and public health preparedness.
|Jstor||To support institutions during this challenging time, JSTOR and its participating publishers are making an expanded set of content freely available to the participating institutions where students have been displaced due to COVID-19. Please discover the Jstor link.|
|MedRxiv||medRxiv is receiving many new papers on coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. A reminder: these are preliminary reports that have not been peer-reviewed. They should not be regarded as conclusive, guide clinical practice/health-related behavior, or be reported in news media as established information.|
|Nature Research||To support urgent research to combat the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19, caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the editorial teams at Nature Research have curated a collection of relevant articles. Our collection includes research into the basic biology of coronavirus infection, its detection, treatment and evolution, research into the epidemiology of emerging viral diseases, and our coverage of current events. The articles will remain free to access for as long as the outbreak remains a public health emergency of international concern.|
|Oxford University Press||As part of response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic across the world, OUP has made content from online resources and leading journals freely accessible to assist researchers, medical professionals, policymakers, and others who are working to address this health crisis. Please follow this OUP Link.|
|Project MUSE||Project MUSE is temporarily freeing content of over 80 participating publishers to help ease the quick transition to remote work that libraries and researchers experienced at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Providing free access to content on Project MUSE is made at the discretion of individual publishers. The free period for this content on MUSE has now come to a close. For users with university access, please check out here.|
|Science Journals||The Science journals are striving to provide the best and most timely research, analysis, and news coverage of COVID-19 and the coronavirus that causes it. All content is free to access.|
|The Lancet||To assist health workers and researchers working under challenging conditions to bring this outbreak to a close, The Lancet has created a Coronavirus Resource Centre. This resource brings together new 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) content from across The Lancet journals as it is published. All of our COVID-19 content is free to access.|
|The New England Journal of Medicine||A collection of articles and other resources on the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, including clinical reports, management guidelines, and commentary.|
|Wiley Online Library||Wiley is using its site to highlight newly published content – all free of access – related to the current COVID-19 outbreak. The most recent articles can be found here.|