E-Resources During COVID-19 Crisis
Details of additional e-resources made available by publishers and supplier during the COVID-19 crisis.
Access to Additional E-Resources
Some suppliers and publishers have made extended access and/or additional content available to the Ulster University on a temporary basis. Please note that this extended access can be withdrawn at any time.
|ACM Digital Library||
Now available off-campus.|
Full text electronic journals available from the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Digital Library.
|Please contact Library subject team for login details.|
Off-campus access for finance students who would normally only have on-campus access.|
Off-campus access available until 31/07/20.
|CORE||The world’s largest collection of open access research papers.|
|Elgar||Limited free access to pertinent chapters.|
|Harvard Business Review E-books (via EBSCO)||Free access to the complete HBR e-book collection.|
|IHS Markit||Source For Engineering Specifications, Standards, Manuals And Technical Publications.|
|Institute of Hospitality: Harvard Business Review eBooks||IOH supplied access to EBSCO and Harvard Business Review's collection of business e-books.|
|International Critical Tables of Numerical Data, Physics, Chemistry and Technology|
|Journal Archives||Free access until 31/07/20.|
|JSTOR: Public Health Journals||Free access to 26 public health journals until 31/12/20.|
|Ohio State University Knowledge Bank||Free access to OUSP Monographs & institutional repository.|
|Pharmacy Knowledge||Free access until 01/09/20. Registration required.|
|Project MUSE||Free access to a range of Humanities and Social Sciences books and journals.|
|ScienceDirect||Details of additional resources (articles, chapters and textbooks) made available by Elsevier via ScienceDirect.|
|Smithsonian Physical Tables (9th rev.ed.)|
Resources About COVID-19
The following links collate content, both open access and subscribed, covering the latest research on the COVID-19 virus.
- Britsh Pharmacopoeia
- Cambridge University Press
- Financial Times
- IEEE COVID-19 Resources
- IET (Institute of Engineering and Technology)
- ProQuest Coronavirus Database
- Royal Society
- The SIAM Epidemiology Collection
- Taylor & Francis
- Web of Science
The following current awareness and alerting services allow for automated monitoring of the latest research. Alerts can be set-up for COVID-19 related information.