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For the past few months, the Library has been pleased to provide access to resources made free by vendors in response to the COVID health crisis. Now that most of those resources have reached their expiration date, the Library will be removing the "Free Resources" section from the Library website and changing it back to host only ongoing trials of potential new databases or resources. Should more resources be offered in the future, the Library will make sure to post them so that students, faculty, and researchers can make use of the best resources available.

New Databases: Temporary Access to Several Databases

Fri, 04/24/2020 - 10:00 a.m.

In response to the COVID-19 health crisis, many publishers have made some of their resources free to access for varying lengths of time. As the availability of these resources will change over time, the Library has assembled a list of them in a single place here on our website for easy navigation.

Please note that these resources have not been added to the Library’s collection and are not trials of potential new products. Rather, they are temporary resources that students and researchers may find beneficial as they work and study from home. Should new resources be made available, they will be added to the list.

To find these temporary resources, look to the Free Resources section of our website, under the Find Articles & Database tab.

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