Publishers open the information resources
During the COVID-19 outbreak the publishers (Duke University Press, Annual Reviews, Proquest, Oxford University Press, etc.) give the access (fully or partially) to their licensed resources (ebooks, magazines, videos, etc.). The list of publishers and resources is constantly updated.
E-books and journals:
Annual Reviews – open access journals (till 30 April 2020, the access extended).
Cambridge Core books series “Cambridge Companions” (log in: VMU network or remote access), “Cambridge Elements” (log in: VMU network or remote access), “Cambridge Histories” (log in: VMU network or remote access), 700 Textbooks (log in: VMU network or remote access). Access is till 31 May 2020.
De Gruyter eBooks – De Gruyter and our University Press partners are providing complete access from first book through 2016 – 75,000 titles. The publishers, number of available titles and highlights from each Partner (list) (till 30 June, 2020, log in: VMU network or remote access).
JSTOR – available more than 35,000 books, access to unlicensed collections of journals and primary collections (log in: VMU network or remote access), 26 journal archives in Public Health free for everyone through December, 2020.
Library of Congress – a growing online collection of contemporary open access books.
Project Muse – open access journals and books
University of Michigan Press free books (till 30 June 2020)
Open educational resources:
Distance learning platforms: