The following publishers and vendors have increased access to resources/tiles we already subscribe to.
ProQuest - Unlimited access to all our owned titles
Thanks to a number of publishers and vendors the following online resources are currently free as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.
- Annual Reviews
- Cambridge University Press
- Cochrane Library
- JoVE - create an account using your @gmit email address
- JSTOR Open Content
- Kanopy - over 200 free additional videos on top of the ones we already purchased
- Kortext - Free Student eTextbook Programme
- National Emergency Library -
- Met Publications - art history eBooks
- MIT Press Direct - 2,500 eBooks
- Paris Art Museum
- Project MUSE - including the following publishers; Johns Hopkins University Press, Ohio State University Press, University of Georgia Press, University of Nebraska Press, University of North Carolina Press, University Press of Colorado, Temple University Press, Utah State University Press, Vanderbilt University Press -
Tip: Filter to 'Only content I have access to'.
- Royal Society
- SAGE Video, SAGE Research Methods and SAGE Knowledge (Books & Reference)
- Springer Textbooks
- University of Michigan Press eBooks
There are new additions continuously becoming available, we will endeavour to keep this page as up-to-date as possible.
We welcome recommendations, just email us with the title of the online resource you wish us to add.
information from the
and the NHS
Some major publishers of medical journals have made coronavirus-related content freely available.
freely available research resources related to the Coronavirus group of viruses and epidemicshave brought together a number of
Nursing Standard have developed a collection of free news and evidence-based resources relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic to support nurses
ScienceDirect have made 20,000 covid-19 related articles free to access.
Taylor & Francis have made all COVID-19 related, peer-reviewed research published in their journals free to access and available for anyone to read.
Wiley has made more than 5,000 COVID-19-related articles freely available in support of the global efforts in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. As always, you can access our Wiley Online Library Training hub should you need any tips on the platform.
• Free, real-time feed of the latest research and news on COVID-19.