Free access to several databases and study materials during emergency situation
Due to the emergency situation and closing of universities, several publishing houses and databases give free access to their materials that can be now used by the students, researchers and employees of the University of Tartu.
The following databases are available. The list includes also the duration of the free access. If a new free database is announced, it will be immediately included in the list.
|Cambridge University Press||until 31 May||700+ HTML e-studybooks; 700+ Cambridge Companions; 400+ Cambridge Histories; 170+ Cambridge Elements|
|Elsevier ScienceDirect||until 25 May||UT network: test access to 250+ e-studybooks (list is supplemented every week)|
|Elsevier COVID-19 resource center||articles about the Corona virus|
|EBSCO Harvard Business Review||until 24 May||
eBook Subscription Harvard Business Publishing Collection Trial in UT network
in UT network
|JoVE Science Education videos||until mid of June||access in UT network|
|JSTOR||until end of June||all collections of magazines, in addition more than 25 000 books|
|IEEE Xplore||until end of June||in UT network: 400+ e-courses mainly on engineering and informatics|
|SAGE||until end of June||e-study materials in UT network: SAGE Video; SAGE Research Methods Video; SAGE Knowledge|
|Springer Nature||until end of July||e-books|
|Taylor & Francis e-books||until end of May||access in UT network|
avaliable for one year
focused on disease modeling, pandemics, and vaccines
focused on mathematical, statistical, and computational methods in the context of data and information sciences
|GeoScienceWorld book publishers||until end of June||
|Elsevier ClinicalKey Student||until end of June||medical e-books in UT network, registration is required|
|Future Medicine journals||until end of the year||access in UT network to journals published from 2016|
|Digital Loeb Classical Library||until end of June||Harvard University Press database for classical philology in UT network|
Full list of the UT library e-resources is available HERE, by clicking on the letter "i" beside the name of the database you will get a detailed information about the source.