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 Please note that this extended access can be withdrawn at any time.

Resource TitleDetails
ACM Digital Library Now available off-campus.
Full text electronic journals available from the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Digital Library.

Art History Research net

Please contact Library subject team for login details.
Bloomberg Off-campus access for finance students who would normally only have on-campus access.
Off-campus access available until 31/07/20. 
  
Content Online 
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.
MAG Journals 
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.

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.