Due to the current health emergency and the quick transformation to online education, several publishers have provided extended coverage to their products.
Proquest has provided access to all titles available through E-book Central without any user limits through June 15. There are almost 800,000 ebook titles available here.
JSTOR has opened up access to all of their journal collections through June 30. Although Augusta University normally subscribes to 6 collections in the Arts & Sciences, Ecology, Health Sciences, and Business subject areas, this expanded coverage is in the humanities, social sciences, health and science, music, Jewish studies, and Iberoamérican subject areas.
The Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE), a PubMed-indexed video journal, is providing all of their Education video content free to use in STEM teaching efforts through June 15. Additionally, they are expanding access to content previously only accessible on the Health Sciences campus to Summerville patrons.
Sage created a microsite with free-to-read medical research from SAGE related to the virus as well as social and behavioral research to help decision-makers deal with the outbreak and its impact.