During the COVID-19 public health crisis, several platforms, publishers, and licensors are allowing for expanded access to their content. This guide was designed to help students and faculty working from home take advantage of these limited-time opportunities. Please keep in mind that many platforms will still require you to log in via institution to access their content. Look for Tulane University when prompted, and sign in using your TU username (or email) and password.
This LibGuide is a work in progress and will be continuously updated. Please forward any information you may receive about additional offers to the owner of this page, Will Judson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Emerald Publishing is offering free access to a number of viral epidemiology research articles. Click here for a link to the search page.
Emerald is also offering a free Covid-19 support pack "to help maintain your physical and emotional wellbeing." The page links to articles on subjects like working from home and making decisions during a crisis.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has made articles related to the current public health crisis on their IEEE Xplore platform freely accessible.
Please remember that Tulane has a subscription to the entire IEEE Xplore Digital Library -- click here to access it via OpenAthens.
To support libraries, faculty, and students with online research and instruction during COVID-19, we have worked with our publishing partners to extend many of our expanded access programs.
Through August 31, 2020:
- Books expanded access program, including over 32,000 ebooks from 48 publishers, available at no charge for participating academic institutions and secondary schools.
Through December 31, 2020:
- Full archive expanded access program We will automatically extend your institution's access to all Arts & Science Collections, Thematic Collections, and Primary Source Collections not currently licensed at no additional charge; please let us know if you would like to end it prior to December 31.
- Browser pairing
- Freely accessible Public Health journals, newly added in March 2020
- Freely accessible coronavirus-related books and journal articles
- Free online reading expanded to 100 articles per month
- Remote access enablement to JSTOR and Artstor upon request for public library participants
Participating academic institutions and secondary schools can still request expanded access.
They have also compiled a special COVID-19 resources page that outlines these offers.
For the duration of this crisis, all Ohio State University Press monographs, and the linguistics textbook language files, will be open and free to use through the Ohio State University Libraries’ Institutional Repository, The Knowledge Bank (https://kb.osu.edu/).