Electronic Media Special Services

In times of the corona pandemic, electronic media gain in importance. For the duration of the crisis, many providers of e-books, e-journals and e-learning are making content available free of charge to students, lecturers and researchers at the Friedrich-Alexander-University or are extending existing licence agreements. Ask A Librarian will be happy to help you with any questions.

E-books which are not permanently licensed cannot be searched via the catalogue of the University Library, but only via the pages of the providers.

Electronic Media Special Services brought by the University Library

ProviderShort DescriptionLinkExpiry DateCovid-19
American Physiological Society (APS)Resources on COVID-19, SARS and other related topicsLink31.12.2020Virus Icon
American Psychological Assocication (APA)Resources relevant to the topic of COVID-19Link31.12.2020Virus Icon
Annual ReviewsBiology, Chemistry, Medicine, Physics, Social SciencesLink30.04.2020
Beck OnlineLawLink31.12.2020
Berghahn JournalsSocial Sciences , HumanitiesLink30.06.2020
Bloomsbury Digital ResourcesSocial Sciences, Humanities, ArtLink30.05.2020
Cambridge University PressCambridge Histories Online (CHO), Cambridge Companions Online (CCO), Cambridge Elements, TextbooksCambrige Histories Online, Cambridge Books Online20.05.2020
Cochrane LibraryEvidence-Based Medicine ReviewsLink31.12.2020Virus Icon
De Gruyter eBooksInterdisciplinaryLink31.03.2021
Duncker & HumblotInterdisciplinaryLink31.12.2020
EBSCO ebooksInterdisciplinaryLink30.06.2020
Elsevier ScienceDirectInterdisciplinary, COVID-19 Information CenterLink01.09.2020
Elsevier ScienceDirect TextbooksInterdisciplinary, search for a single title via ScienceDirectLink<01.06.2020
EmeraldResources relevant to the topic of CAVID-19Link31.12.2020Virus Icon
Erich Schmidt VerlagLaw, Economic Sciences, PhilologiesLink30.06.2020
Hauck/Noftz SGBSocial Law in Germany and the European UnionLink30.04.2021
HerdtCampusIT Training LiteratureLink, Trial Access31.05.2020
IEEE eLearning LibraryEngineeringLink30.06.2020
IEEE Explore Digital LibraryResources on COVID-19 Icon
IGI Global E-BooksInterdisciplinaryLink30.06.2020
IGI Global E-JournalsInterdisciplinaryLink30.06.2020
Index of Medieval ArtMedieval ArtLink30.05.2020
Internet Archive / National Emergency LibraryInterdisciplinarylink30.06.2020
JoVe Science EducationFree access to all JoVE Science Education videosLink15.06.2020
JSTORFree access to Public Health journalsLink30.06.2020Virus Icon
JSTOR BooksInterdisciplinaryLink30.06.2020
KargerArticles related to COVID-19Link31.12.2020Virus Icon
Loeb Classical LibraryClassical PhilologyLink30.06.2020
Mary Ann Liebert Inc PublishersCollection of articles related to COVID-19 and other pandemiesLink31.12.2020Virus Icon
Nomos eLibraryLaw, Economics, Social Sciences and HumanitiesLink16.04.2020
oncampusSelf-study courses in German accessible free of charge for six months after activation (code „elearning“)Link13.05.2020
Oxford University Press JournalsOUP resources on COVID-19, other coronaviruses, and related topicsLink31.12.2020Virus Icon
Project MuseHumanities, Social SciencesLink30.06.2020
ProQuest eBook CentralInterdisciplinaryLink15.06.2020
Taylor & FrancisCOVID-19 researchLink31.12.2020Virus Icon
Tectum eLibraryLaw, Economics, Social sciences and HumanitiesLink16.04.2020
Thieme eRefPlaylist with information to Corona-PandemicLink31.12.2020Virus Icon
V&R eLibraryHumanities and Social SciencesLink20.04.2020
Wiley Online LibraryResources on COVID-19Link31.12.2020Virus Icon
Wolters KluwerMedicine, Biology, PhilosophyOvid Resource Center23.05.2020
Wolters Kluwer E-Learning ResourcesMedicine, Biology (LWW Health Library, GIDEON, Acland’s Atlas, Bates’ Visual Guide, 5 Minute Consult), please select your favourite in the headerLink> Training23.05.2020
World Scientific JournalsInterdisciplinaryLink<30.06.2020
ZB MED COVID 19 HubTools and data sets related to the Coronavirus disease 2019 and the SARS-CoV-2 virusLink31.12.2020Virus Icon
ProviderShort DescriptionLinkExpiry DateCOVID-19

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