Additional e-resources currently available
This page details the range of temporary resources that have been made available during the Coronavirus situation. These complement the excellent sources already available through Discover and Sources for my Subject. Please check these Durham University Library sources first as some additional content is being made available through Discover and existing links from the library catalogue (for example additional sources, including 37,000 ebooks, in JSTOR).
- Several publishers have enabled access through trial eresources. Please check this regularly as we are adding new links whenever publishers enable access.
- There are many open access sources available (all of high academic quality) and don't forget Durham Research Online and Durham e-theses!
- The National Emergency Library has been replaced by Internet Archive's Open Library. You can register and 'borrow' ebooks from this collection.
- Other publishers have offered additional content. Please see this list. If you would like to have temporary access to any of these sources (please be as specific as possible), contact your Faculty Librarian:
Richard Holmes for Social Sciences email@example.com
Richard Pears for Arts and Humanities firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben Taylorson for Business email@example.com
Colin Theakston for Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org