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E-Resources Access during COVID-19: Home
This guide provides links to expanded electronic resources available due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
E-Resources Access during COVID-19: Overview
This guide is intended to provide a list of e-resources (and links to them) that have expanded their access during COVID-19. This guide is not intended to be comprehensive; if there are any resources you find that you'd like to see added to this guide, please let us know, using the contact information to the right!
Additionally, while we will try to keep this guide updated as access and dates change, please let us know if we're missing something or something has changed!
Through their Emergency Temporary Access Service, HathiTrust has made available over 6.7 million works. Check here for primarily older works (pre-1930). Also accessible through Searchworks (Stanford's catalog).
Wide ranging collection of books with a strong focus on history and social sciences, from the Library of Congress's digital collection. Also includes several foreign language books, primarily in German and Spanish.
Free access to archived content through 2016; full access to 2020 publications from several academic presses (including Chicago, NYU, and California). Subjects include business and economics, law, life sciences, philosophy, and physics.
Access to certain Stanford University Press ebooks. Best to start by searching the library's catalog, Searchworks. Subjects include history, literature, law, political science, and society and culture. Full list of accessible titles available here.
Access to all 2020 Cambridge titles, plus many titles published before 2020. Click "Only search content I have access to" to limit your search. Subjects include education, law, life science, philosophy, and social science research methods.