COVID Resources

This page is a quick effort to pull together resources people share with me. I can’t hope to be comprehensive, but will do my best to share what I can–Dave J

Library resources

The following resources offered via Morris Library and special promotional offers may be helpful for faculty as they move their classes to online delivery.

Ebooks  –  listing licensed resources and free collections (includes open access textbook collections)

List of Publishers offering temporary access due to COVID-19

From the NAACP

NAACP statement denouncing discrimination toward Asian Americans re COVID-19

OUP resources


We’ve partnered with ebook vendors Redshelf and VitalSource to make our Higher Ed ebooks freely available through May 25. For more information, see the following links:

*Please note: Students must have/create an account using their institutional email address. 


You also have access to all of the digital resources available through Oxford’s Ancillary Resource Center, for all disciplines and courses: (drop-down “Disciplines” at the top of the page to browse the title list). In case some of these might be useful in your teaching over the next few weeks, I wanted to share these as well.



You don’t need to have adopted an OUP text to use these resources.  To view our full range of solutions, resources, training programs, and helpful tips, please visit and bookmark our COVID-19 resource page.

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