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University Library Service & Coronavirus (COVID-19) : Latest Resources Updates

Publishers temporarily opened up a range of digital content during the Coronavirus outbreak.

All content that is currently available is flagged below. Please keep checking back for updates as availability of content changes regularly.

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Archaeopress is a specialist publisher of scholarly books and journals in the field of archaeology and related heritage subjects. Temporary access to the full Archaeopress digital collection is now available until end of July 2020.

Elsevier e-Textbooks

257 extra e-Textbooks have been added to the library
catalogue. Access is available till the 31st August under Coronavirus temporary Licensing

National Emergency Library

The temporary National Emergency Library which allowed immediate check out of all items in the Internet Archive book lending library closed on June 16th.  

Access will continue to these materials via  the Internet Achive book collection.  Controlled digital lending will be back in place, meaning that you will need to wait to borrow some books if it has been borrowed by another user.  You will need to have a free Internet Archive user account for access.
Springer Nature e-textbooks

Over 400 e-books from Springer Nature now loaded into the catalogue. Access is available until the end of July 2020 under coronavirus licensing arrangements.  All accessible via Library Search.

The SIAM Epidemiology Collection


In response to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the associated disease COVID-19, SIAM has made the SIAM Epidemiology Collection freely available so that this content on epidemiology, disease modeling, pandemics and vaccines can help in the rapid fight against this global problem. Currently available under Corona Virus Licensing until April 2021.

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