Free resources available during COVID-19

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Tuesday, March 24, 2020


Publishers, vendors and online resources are providing temporary free access to many electronic resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.

These resources include access to eBook collections, journal collections, online teaching resources and academic health resources.

Please find a developing list of the open resources here.

AUS Library has placed some of these temporarily free resources in our collection, which you can search in WorldCat.


Taylor and Francis eBooks

Tens of thousands of eBook titles in a variety of subjects. These titles are completely DRM free, allowing users to download PDFs. This collection will be open for the “next two months,” ending approximately May 31, 2020.


E-Marefa Database

Specialized databases containing full-text academic journals, eBooks, and conference proceedings about the Arab World. Ending on May 24, 2020.


University of Michigan Press eBooks

A collection of more than 1,000 eBooks covering subjects like Comparative Politics, International Relations, Theatre, and Literary Studies. These titles can be read online. Temporary access will end May 31, 2020.


Annual Reviews Journals

More than 65 journals in Biomedical/Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences and Economics. These will be open until April 31, 2020.


University of California Press Journals

More than 30 journals covering topics like architecture, arts/visual culture, biology, communication studies, research methods, and sociology. This collection will be open until June 30, 2020.


World Scientific Journals

More than 145 journals covering subjects like Engineering, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics. Access will be provided until June 30, 2020.

A full list of available resources can be found at this link: