Answered By: Claire Townsend Last Updated: 30 Jun, 2020 Views: 273
A number of publishers are making content freely available to help with your studies and research during the Coronavirus outbreak. Below is a summary of additional resources being made available:
Bloomsbury Databases: The following databases have been made available for free until 31 August 2020; Bloomsbury Collections; Bloomsbury Cultural History; Churchill Archive; Drama Online; Screen Studies and Theology and Religion Online. Access via our Databases A-Z
Datastream: Refinitiv have provided trial EIKON IDs so that staff and students can access Datastream off-campus. To obtain an ID and to discuss your research requirements please contact Nicola Dennis email@example.com. Trial access until 30th July, 2020.
EBook Central: If the library has purchased an eBook via this platform, EBook Central have worked with publishers to allow access to be upgraded to "unlimited". A full list of publishers taking part can be found here. If you are unable to access an eBook please contact the Library Enquiries Team.
JSTOR: JSTOR have opened up journal archive, e-book and primary source material until 31 December 2020, Access this free content here
National Emergency Library: Internet Archive has set up the National Emergency Library of ebook content to support remote teaching and research activities until 30 June 2020. Access this free content here
Statista: We have access to all content including, statistics, forecasts, infographics, expert tools and global consumer survey, there is are separate login details for this resource, for instructions hover of the key icon. access is via Databases A-Z. Access until 30 June 2020