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Are you a UCI Faculty Member or Instructor and Want Quick and Free eContent?
In the boxes below are links to publishers, presses, and aggregators that have currently relaxed access restrictions to their content.
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COVID-19 Alert: HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS)
HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS)
Special Access for UCI faculty, staff, and students to obtain lawful access to specific digital materials in HathiTrust that correspond to physical books held by the UC Libraries.
Need Additional Help? Contact Ask A Librarian
Free and Open Academic Press Resources
ProQuest has partnered with publishers to provide unlimited access to Ebook Central holdings – free of charge. Check participating publishers here: https://www.proquest.com/documents/Unlimited-Access-Participating-Publishers.html
Bloomsbury resources are now available upon request through the end of May 2020, at no cost or obligation and on an unlimited access basis.
Cambridge University Press
The Press has made a growing collection of more than 750 relevant book chapters and journal articles freely available on Cambridge Core.
Cengage - Open Textbooks and Course Material
Cengage is offering free access to the entire catalog through Cengage Unlimited to any students impacted by COVID-19.
Duke University Press
As institutions transition to online instruction, we can provide 60 days of complimentary electronic access to our book and journal content to support your online courses. If you would like to enable access for your institution, contact email@example.com.
To help faculty and students who are teaching and learning remotely, we are offering libraries complimentary access to our institutional eBook platform, MIT Press Direct: https://direct.mit.edu/books.
SAGE offers free 30-day access to any library interested in providing SAGE Video, SAGE Research Methods, SAGE Business Cases, CQ Press Reference, and SAGE Knowledge (Books & Reference) to their faculty and students. Once your access ends, there is nothing to cancel, and you will not be billed. https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/remote-learning-solutions