Publisher Access Changes COVID-19

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Academic publishers are supporting the universities in the current crisis situation by making various electronic resources temporarily available free of charge. We would like to express our sincere thanks for this.

General free publishing offers

 

    • Cambridge University Press By 30 June, some 2,000 books will be freely available, including 775 textbooks and titles from the publication series Companions, Histories and Elements. A connection via the TUHH campus network is required for use

 

    • Elsevier ScienceDirect textbooks (until June 20th 2020)

 

 

 

    • Erich Schmidt Verlag Activation of all the publisher’s journals in the fields of law, tax law, economics, occupational safety and philology until June 30th 2020

 

    • Herdt Verlag “All You Can Read” Windows, Office, IT-Management until May 31th 2020

 

 

 

    • JSTOR Public Health Journals (until June 30th 2020)

 

    • Project Muse Numerous university publishers are making their content available free of charge via the Project Muse platform for the duration of the Corona crisis

 

Free publishing offers on the topic Corona

 

    • Elsevier Elsevier has set up the Novel Coronavirus Information Center, through which about 20,000 articles on the topic can currently be researched

 

 

 

    • Springer Nature Information provided by Springer Nature on SARS-CoV-2 and COVID 19

 

    • Taylor & Francis Journal articles and book chapters dealing with the coronavirus are freely available

 

    • Thieme eRef The publisher has compiled a Corona playlist, which contains articles on the subject as well as information on protective equipment and disinfection

 

    • Wiley A compilation of all Corona-relevant contents by Wiley

Further overviews of currently available free publishing offers

 


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