Free Online Academic Resources During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Many publishers are making their resources available for free during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Below is a list of some of these offers.  We will update the list as we find new resources.


AIP

Free access to a collection of COVID-19 related content


American Chemical Society

Free access to to all COVID-19 related research published in ACS journals


American Medical Association

Free access to all COVID-19 related information


Annual Reviews

Free access to all content through June 15, 2020


ANSI

Free access to key international standards supporting biological evaluation of medical devices; protective clothing used in health care settings; and business continuity management, security, and resilience


BioOne

Free access to all COVID-19 related articles


Brill

Free access to resources regarding public health, distance learning, crisis research


Cambridge University Press

Free access to 700 textbooks in the Cambridge Core collection


CNKI

Open Access to research papers on COVID-19


De Gruyter

Open access to a large number of their titles, and titles from partnering presses


EBSCO

Free access to selected eBook collections


Elsevier

Free access to all textbooks, and free access to COVID-19 related articles


IOP Publishing

Free access to all COVID-19 related articles


Karger

Free access to all COVID-19 related articles until the end of 2020


Macmillan Learning

Free access to academic eBooks


MIT Press

Free access to the MIT Press Direct collection of eBooks through May 31, 2020


New England Journal of Medicine

Free access to a collection of articles and resources on COVID-19


OECD

Free access to all COVID-19 related content


Overleaf

Free upgrades to Overleaf Professional accounts through May, 2020


O’Reilly

Free access to O’Reilly online learning for government employees through July 6th


Oxford University Press

Free access to all COVID-19 resources


Project Muse

Free access to content from a list of their participating publishers


ProQuest

Free access to all eBook Central holdings

Fermilab Library patrons using Remote Desktop will be able to create their own account and log in to access eBook Central.  When not using Remote Desktop, patrons should click on “Request Account”.  The library will receive your request, and can set up your account.

To view a list of eBooks available on ProQuest, click here.


Sage Publishing

Free access to all COVID-19 related articles


SIAM

Free access to the SIAM Epidemiology Collection, and to SIAM Journal on Mathematics of Data Science


SPIE

Free access to a newly developed interactive conference space, and access to the SPIE Photonics Europe Digital Forum for sharing emerging research


Springer Nature

Free access to all COVID-19 related articles and content, and free access to selected textbooks


Taylor and Francis

Free access to COVID-19 research, including articles and book chapters


The British Medical Journal (BMJ)

Free access to all COVID-19 related articles


The Royal Society

Free access to all journal content


The Royal Society of Chemistry

Free access to all COVID-19 related content


University of California Press

Free access to all journal content through June, 2020


University of Michigan Press

Free access to all eBook content through April, 2020


Wiley

Free access to all COVID-19 related articles and book chapters


World Scientific

Free access to all COVID-19 related content, and to all journal content published from 2001, through mid-June 2020.  This includes a newly published book, Prevention and Control of COVID-19.