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Library Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Online Resources

JSTOR

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, JSTOR has expanded access to all archive journal collections, selected thematic and primary source collections, and more than 35,000 eBooks.
Attached below is the title list for all JSTOR Journals that have expanded access through December 31, 2020. Also attached is the title list of all JSTOR eBooks that have expanded access through August 31, 2020
 

Project Muse

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis, more than 50 publishers have chosen to temporarily make content freely available on the Project Muse platform. As of today, more than 15,000 books, and over 230 journal titles - comprising well over 10,000 issues and more than 185,000 articles - are available through this initiative.
Included below are two title lists of all Free Project Muse Journals and eBooks. 

EBSCO Databases

Three additional EBSCO databases are now available to students and faculty, through mid-July 2020.
The new databases are:
  • Academic Search Ultimate: 9,283 full-text journals and magazines
  • eBook Academic Collection: over 200,000 eBooks
  • eBook History Collection: over 18,000 eBooks

To access the databases click the Atla and EBSCO Databases link below. Log in using your PTS EzProxy credentials (firstname.lastname and the last 5 of your library barcode) and then click EBSCOhost Web - All Databases.