Content Creators & Curators Respond to COVID-19
Yesterday, we posted a response to COVID-19, namely we're making our digital resources free and our print products available for 50% off. You've probably already seen a number of other content creators and curators doing the same. To help make things easier for all of us, we've compiled a list of folks providing free access to their content:
De Gruyter—though not in response to COVID-19, this long-standing publisher has an open access archive that features over 2,000 books and 600 journal articles.
Duke University Press is providing 90 days of free access to their electronic books and journals to institutions, working with Project Muse, and running a 50% off print resources sale.
The Internet Archive has opened their National Emergency Library which allows access to millions of digital books through June 20, 2020.
Ohio State University Press is offering complementary access to "all scholarly monographs and its Language Files linguistics textbook …"
Perlego has "over 300,000 professional and academic titles across 500+ different topics" and is making their content available for free to students for six weeks.
Perusall is an online learning platform that hosts a number of research publications. They're working with some of the world's leading university presses to make content available for free to students until May 25.
Project Muse is working with publishers to make a number of books and journals related to research in the humanities and social sciences available for free until June 1, 2002.
ProQuest Ebook Central is working with publishers to provide libraries impacted by COVID-19 with unlimited access to electronic books.
RedShelf is an online course material platform that is providing students with 7 free books through May 25.
The University of California Press has granted free access to all of their journals through June 2002.
VitalSource is another online technology provider offering students free access to ebooks through May 25, 2020.
In addition to these resources, Dr. Steve Walton has compiled a list of free resources related specifically to New Testament studies.
What did we miss?