With the library closed, the way you access the necessary resources for your education has changed. You of course have access to all of the e-books and journals you would normally have access to through the library website, but with the Bill Bryson closed, we've put together a list of resources that you can access free to supplement your learning whilst you're working remotely. For some of them, you may need to log in with your Durham log in.
If you've used something else, whether it's a podcast, a video series, a book or a journal to help you in your learning off-campus, let us know by filling in the form and we'll share it here!
|Project muse||Journal||Arts, Humanities, Social Science||N/A||Forseeable||https://about.muse.jhu.edu/resources/freeresourcescovid19/|
|Project Euclid||Textbooks||Maths and Stats||30th May||https://projecteuclid.org/|
|JStor||Journals||Public Health||30th June 2020||https://www.jstor.org/|
|Ohio State University Press||All OHUP monographs||Foreseeable||https://kb.osu.edu/handle/1811/131|
|Univeristy of Michigan Press||E-books||Social Sciences & Humanities||Read online only||30th April 2020||https://www.fulcrum.org/michigan?locale=en|
|Historical Texts||E-books||Arts & Humanities||late 15th century - 19th century texts||31st July 2020||https://historicaltexts.jisc.ac.uk/home|
|Science Direct - Elsevier||Textbooks||Sciences||https://www.elsevier.com/solutions/sciencedirect/content/book-title-lists|
|Cambridge University Press||Textbooks||Online reading only||Foreseeable||https://www.cambridge.org/core/what-we-publish/textbooks|