Temporary Resources During COVID-19
The Artstor Digital Library is a collection of over 3 million images appropriate for research and teaching in the fields of art, the social sciences, and the humanities. Artstor includes tools specialized for teaching and learning with visual materials. Offering collections from museums, artists, and photographic archives, the images have been rights-cleared for educational use. (Access through December 31, 2020)
The Cambridge collection provides free access to over 300 journal articles and book chapters.
Elsevier’s free health and medical research on the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and COVID-19
The LOUIS Library Network (LOUIS) has compiled a list of "Faculty Online Teaching Resources" that you might find helpful, including teaching guides and information on designing hybrid-flexible courses in the fall of 2020.
HeinOnline provides 300+ years of information on the history of the creation of government and legal systems around the world, including Louisiana laws, reports and statutes. (Access through December 31, 2020)
The JAMA Network site provides free access to a number of JAMA articles related to Clinical Information, Public Health Policy, Patient Information, Guidance, and additional information about the pandemic.
JSTOR is providing access to all collections at no cost. (Access through December 31, 2020)
The JSTOR Sustainability collection includes wide coverage of information related to the environment and sustainability. Resources include ebooks, journals,and reports, and the collection also features a list of browsable topics related to sustainability. (Access through December 31, 2020)
Oxford University press is providing free access to many journal articles and online resources related to Coronavirus and COVID-19.
ProQuest launched its cross-disciplinary Coronavirus Research Database in response to the rapidly growing need for authoritative content related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). It provides content from key publishers in one place.
The Wiley Online Library includes a number of free articles and book chapters related to the Coronavirus outbreak.