Adam Matthew is a digital publisher of primary sources collection from archives, libraries and research institutions around the world. In order to support their community with remote working and online learning, they have created and maintain an online teaching hub on their website, detailing the outreach services they can offer, and the tools that are available for institutions, particularly in relation to online learning and teaching.
ClinicalKey Student is an interactive education platform that supports students and faculty by enhancing the learning experience with tools tailored to develop and assess the medical knowledge of aspiring professionals. King's has access to over 240 e-textbooks in Nursing and Medicine.
Duke University Press have opened their online archival content for around 20 of their journals. Around five years of back content (1999 to 2004) is freely available until June 30, 2020.
These journals are:
American Literature, American Speech: A Quarterly of Linguistic Usage, boundary 2: an international journal of literature and culture, Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, East Asian Science, Technology and Society: an International Journal, Ethnohistory, French Historical Studies, Hispanic American Historical Review, History of Political Economy, Hopscotch: A Cultural Review, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, MLQ: Modern Language Quarterly, Nepantia: Views from South, Communication, Public Culture, Radical History Review, Social Text, The South Atlantic Quarterly, Theater.
Duke University Press have published a number of reading lists curated by them, on topics relevant to the current state of the world. The journal articles listed in these reading lists are freely available.
The topics are:
Care in Uncertain Times (available until June 30th)
Catastrophe and Its Aftermath (available until July 31st)
Environmentalism and Climate Change (available until September 30th)
Feminist Politics and Women’s Rights (available until September 30th)
Global Immigration (available until September 30th)
Navigating the Threat of Pandemic (books free until June 1st, articles until October 1st)
Police Violence (available until September 30th)
Prison and the Carceral State (available until September 30th)
Racial Justice Syllabus (available until September 30th)
Trans Rights Syllabus (available until September 30th)
Women's Labor Syllabus (available until September 30th)
Elsevier is currently making all of it's 256 textbooks, available on Science Direct, free and Open Access for all existing Science Direct Journal customers. Textbooks cover a range of subjects, including Medicine, the Natural and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering. This link will let you download the full, linked list of textbooks available through Science Direct, available until August 31 2020.
NHS organisations in England now have trial access to the premium version of TRIP for one year. Access is available via an NHS PC. Please note, users accessing it from home or on a non-NHS PC will continue to see the standard version.
TRIP (Turning Research Into Practice) is a clinical search engine providing a single search interface to a large number of web resources, which contain high quality evidence for answering clinical questions, including journals, synopses, online textbooks and systematic reviews. As well as research evidence it also allows clinicians to search across other content types including images, videos, patient information leaflets, educational courses and news.
The Premium version offers extra search results, additional full-text articles and a collection of images and videos. Related results links can also be found under Analytics for each result.
The University of Michigan Press has made all content in it's ebook collection free to read (although not download) until the end of June 2020. There are over 1150 titles in the collection, including 200 titles used in student courses, and 300 award winning books. Subjects include political science and public policy, performing arts, classical and medieval studies, American studies, and Area studies (especially East Asian, African, and German studies). Access is available until June 30 2020.