VitalSource is opening up free access to up to 7 textbooks from a subset of their publishers through May 25, 2020. Individual students must register for a free VitalSource account and select the individual textbooks for online access. Students should refer to the help guides for students for more information.
The following publishers are offering courseware to students who may have lost access to course materials due to a campus moving to distance learning to prevent the spread of COVID-19
LitCovid is a curated literature hub for tracking up-to-date scientific information about the 2019 novel Coronavirus. It is the most comprehensive resource on the subject, providing a central access to 1642 (and growing) relevant articles in PubMed. The articles are updated daily and are further categorized by different research topics and geographic locations for improved access. You can read more at Chen et al. Nature (2020) and download their data here.
The Disaster Information Management Center has a Disaster Lit database full of information to use. Use (coronavirus AND novel) OR (Wuhan OR 19-ncov OR COVID-19) to search the Disaster Lit database for information on COVID-19.
Cochrane Library Coronavirus Resources:
Taylor & Francis
The AAMC News and Insights page offers a lot of information on how medical schools and students are adjusting to the current environment. Browse through the recent articles on how this situation is being handled in American medical schools.
You can also check out the AAMC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Hub for more resources.
To ensure that all students have access to their course materials amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, we're partnering with the publishing community to provide you with up to 7 free eBooks from participating publishers. (Program applies to students at non-profit, semester-based schools, and access runs through May 25th.)
Individual students must register for a free RedShelf account and select the individual textbooks for online access. Students should refer to the Information for Students help guides for more information.
JoVE (the Journal of Visualized Experiments) has opened their Science Education modules through June 15, 2020. The science community is working hard to address the potential health crisis brought about by the outbreak of a novel coronavirus (COVID-19). To support these critical efforts, JoVE has made its coronavirus focused content and related resources freely available.