British History Online (BHO) is a digital collection of key printed primary and secondary sources for the history of Britain and Ireland, and the British world, with a special focus on the period 1300 to 1800. The BHO collection includes over 1,280 volumes of primary content and secondary sources. Most of this content (over 1000 volumes or 80% of the total) is always available free to use. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, BHO is providing access to a further 200 volumes of primary research content from 27 March until 31 July 2020.
The extra 200 volumes now available are predominantly made up of two important series: the Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III to Henry VII (1244-1509); the Calendar of State Papers Domestic, Edward VI to Anne, (1547-1704); Calendar of State Papers, Ireland (1586-1606); Calendar of State Papers, Scotland (1547-1588); Parliament Rolls of Medieval England; Calendar of Home Office Papers, George III (1760-1775); Calendar of Border Papers (1560-1603); Calendar of the Committee for the Advance of Money (1642-55), and the Calendar of the Committee for Compounding (1643-60).
An alternative method for reading the Chronicle of Higher Education requires creating an account at www.chronicle.com. When creating the Chronicle account submit your WUSTL email address, otherwise you will not be identified as a subscriber. The Chronicle account allows you to sign in directly to chronicle.com and access all content, as well as read the Chronicle via the iPad app available in iTunes. This alternative method is not necessary, but allows you to bypass library proxy connections. Chronicle FAQ
French ebooks and databases. They are opening up access. You need to contact them for personalized login for free access. The Library also owns Bibliographie des Ecrivains Français (BIBLIFRE) and Critique Littéraire.
Provides information about emerging market countries, their companies, and industries. It includes country profiles; macroeconomic statistics, forecasts, and analysis; reports on financial markets, companies and industries; exchange rates; analyst reports; and business news, both in English and the local languages. Available through September 30, 2020.
JSTOR is expediting the release of a new set of 26 journal archives in Public Health, making them openly accessible through August 31, 2020. They have granted our request to access over 30,000 ebooks available at no charge.
Japanese eBook service platform for academic, research and educational institutions provides free access to 56,000 items for "Trial Reading" until the end of this May. (No Download or Print is available unless purchased.)
Amid the worldwide spread of COVID-19, it’s a challenging time, and our thoughts are with those affected by this disease. In support and solidarity, we are providing free access to the following books and journal articles to help build knowledge and understanding of how we navigate the spread of communicable diseases.
Oxford is offering free access to OUP Higher Education eBooks and additional resources including videos, simulations, animations, activities, flashcards, quizzes, test banks, PowerPoints, and more—that can all be loaded directly into Canvas.
Due to the closing of the microfilm production facility, ProQuest Recent Newspapers is providing online access to microfilm we purchase until July 31, 2020. This includes access to: St. Louis Post Dispatch (Jan 1, 2008 (Vol. 130) - present (delayed 3 months))The New York Times ( Jan 1, 2008 (Vol. CLVII) - present (delayed 3 months))
Wall Street Journal (Jan 2, 2008 (Vol. CCLI) - present (delayed 3 months))
The Washington Post (Jan 1, 2008 - present (delayed 3 months))
"Watch master therapists actually conducting psychotherapy." An illustrated Users Guide to using the features can be found when you log in, at the top left. This may be a helpful tool for those trying to use the clip maker or other features.
In response to university classrooms and libraries shuttered because of the COVID-19 crisis, many academic presses have made hundreds of their titles freely accessible online. The Public Books Database aims to catalog such resources in a single location and to highlight titles of particular interest. We’ll be updating the list regularly as additional materials are made available.
With new platforms and tools, you have easier access to nearly 3 million 2D and 3D digital items from the Smithsonian's collections—with many more to come. You can download, share, and reuse millions of the Smithsonian’s images—right now, without asking. This includes images and data from across the Smithsonian’s 19 museums, nine research centers, libraries, archives, and the National Zoo.
digital records available on our website free of charge for as long as our Kew site is closed to visitors. Registered users will be able to order and download up to ten items at a time, to a maximum of 50 items over 30 days.