Free Resources on Covid 19

APA Style Resource – Seventh edition style and grammar guidelines.

Audible Stories by Amazon

Boolean Girl – Live, online events to help teach students “to code, build, invent and animate.

Britannica Library (access ID: ubsm2020, passcode: covid2020)

Casio – ClassPad.Net, web-based calculator for calculations, graphing, geometry and statistics.

Edinburgh University Press (EUP) – Shakespeare

Edinburgh University Press (EUP) – Medieval Studies

Google Arts & Culture – Virtual tours and online exhibits of some of the most famous museums around the world.

IBM – Open P-TECH

JSTOR

LabXchange from Harvard University

Moosic Lab × Japanese Film Festival – Watch Japan’s latest indie films.

MIT Press Direct

National Geographic Magazine

National Geographic Society

Ohio State University Press – All Ohio State University Press monographs, and the linguistics textbook language files.

Oxford University Press

Pearson Active Learn – International GCSE and International A level ActiveBooks.

Project MUSE – Content that is freely available will display a distinctive “Free” icon.

ProQuest Academic Complete (EZproxy login is required)

Seneca Learning – Materials for students taking their GCSEs or A-Levels.

Smart Investor (April 2020 Issue)

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics – Epidemiology Collection.

The Edge Markets – Financial Daily

The Metropolitan Opera – Nightly Met Opera Streams.

Thomson Reuters’ COVID-19 Global Resource Center

U-Pustaka Portal – Only databases with “Nationwide access” in the Access Level.

UNESCO – Distance learning solutions

Note: that some free resources are for read-only purposes, users will not be able to download, copy/paste or print content.