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Temporary Free Access to Academic Resources during COVID-19

This guide is intended to assist librarians and faculty in finding resources. Access to these resources is temporary, and a resource may be withdrawn without notice by the vendor.


Berghahn has made all 2020 issues of its select anthropology collection available in open access under the Subscribe-to-open model.

JSTOR has made 26 newly released Public Health Journals freely available through December 31, 2020.

The Association for Science Education has made its 2019 and 2020 journal content temporarily open access.

EBSCO is providing free access to select databases and resources

  • Databases - Open Dissertations, GreenFile, LISTA Abstracts, Teacher Reference Center, and European Views of the Americas

‚ÄčLibrary Journal has temporarily made access to its digital content freely available. 

The Portland Press has temporarily suspended paywalls for its seven Biochemical Society journals.

HeinOnline has created a database of materials related to COVID-19 and the law.

Springer Nature is offering persisted authentication through January 31, 2021.