Expanded Access during COVID-19

University of Evansville Library has been working with vendors to offer expanded access to collections for the remainder of the school year.

  • The Human Kinetics Library is providing access to their content until May 31.

  • JSTOR has agreed to open access to all collections and ebooks beginning March 20 and running until June 1.

  • The University of Michigan Press has opened access to scholarly EBooks, beginning in March and running until April 30.

  • Oxford University Press is offering access to COVID-19 content, in addition to our current collection, for the foreseeable future.

  • JoVE is offering access to their science education videos until June 15, after create an account.

  • Elsevier is expanding their collection of online textbooks and is also offering information about the novel coronavirus.

  • Project Muse is working with publishers to offer free ebooks and ejournals through their platform. The length of free access is set by the publisher so could disappear at their discretion.

  • Ovid is offering tools and resources to clinicians and researchers about COVID-19.

  • Pearson is offering tools and tips for academics during the pandemic. Aimed at UK institutions, you may still find some useful information here to get you through the remainder of the semester.

  • Given our limited budget, we will be moderating purchase requests to Kanopy, for access to their online streaming content.

  • We have access to AccessEngineering, using username: uofEvansville and password: engineering1. Access ends May 31.

  • The American Association for the Advancement of Science has updated research information about Covid-19. Access ends May 31.

  • The Human Kinetics Library has provided access to its content through May 31st.

In addition to the new content that is being made available, UEL offers access to the New York Times. If you haven’t already signed up, follow the instructions under the NY Times to set up your account using your UE email address.

Flipster magazines are available as well, which you can access from our website. Or you can download the app to your tablet or phone and download issues to your device. Follow the simple instructions on the app and choose University of Evansville as your institution.

And, as always, we have an extensive collection of Databases available from our website and Quest is available. Use Off-Campus Access and log in using your library barcode.

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Office Email:
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