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COVID Response: Temporary & Open Resources


Please note that these resources have been opened (with some limitations) temporarily by the vendors and publishers in order to help reduce the impact COVID-19 has on academic communities and access to information at and through Libraries. Continued and on-going access may not be guaranteed, and you may eventually lose access or hit a paywall (What is a paywall?).

Educational Resource Offers from Vendors and Publishers

  • IMF eLibrary (International Monetary Fund)Current and historical economic time series data on IMF lending, exchange rates, and other economic and financial indicators some back to 1940. Manuals, guides, and other material available. Also full text access to all eBooks, journals, and working papers.
  • Artfilms

  • Cengage (eBooks)

  • Digital Concert Hall - Berlin Philharmonic

  • HathiTrust 

  • Internet Archive 

  • Met On Demand

  • OCLC

    OCLC is maintaining a growing list of freely available content, which includes recommended options to access sources through OCLC services. Downloadable spreadsheet which is updated regularly.

  • On the Boards.TV

  • Ovid, Wolters Kluwer 

  • Oxford University Press

  • Paris Art Museum

  • ProQuest Ebook Central

  • VitalSource

Open Access Collections

Open access resources have been available long before and will continue to be available after the COVID-19 crisis.

What is Open Access? | What is an OER Textbook?

Technology Offers

COVID-19 Updates