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Free and Expanded Access to Scholarly Resources During COVID-19 Crisis
New and Expanded Resources
Temporary and Expanded Access Available Courtesy of the Following Vendors:
Search Annual Reviews for open access journals.
"Paris Musées, a collection of 14 museums in Paris have recently made high-res digital copies of 100,000 artworks freely available to the public on their collections website. Artists with works in the archive include Rembrandt, Monet, Picasso, Cézanne, and thousands of others."
"Content that is freely available on the Project MUSE platform during the COVID-19 crisis will display a distinctive “Free” icon, different from the “OA” icon used for fully open access content on MUSE, or the familiar green checkmark that users associate with content held by their library. MUSE search results (muse.jhu.edu/search), by default, include any content to which a user has access, so will offer the researcher any relevant free, OA, or entitled articles and books.There are over 2000 open access books and a small number of fully OA journals on the MUSE platform. More information here on MUSE OA content."
Some UC journals offer free access to articles. See UC Press’s full list of journals. UC Press publishes scholarly journals in the following subject disciplines: Architecture, Area Studies, Art and Visual Culture, Biology, California and the West, Classics, Communication Studies, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Environmental Science, Film and Media, Food Studies, Global Studies, History, Interdisciplinary Studies, Law, Literature and Criticism, Music, Politics, Psychology, Religion, Research Methods, and Sociology.
Other resources specifically on coronavirus (COVID-19):