As universities switch to online teaching modes, more and more publishers are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and offer support to university libraries by opening up their e-resources during this difficult period. This guide lists online resources made available by publishers and vendors at no cost to support faculty members and students for the remainder of the semester.
Many physics instructors have suddenly found themselves in an unprecedented situation: their institutions are immediately transitioning to a completely online format. Find strategies and lists of resources to get started:
JSTOR resources during COVID-19: up-to-date information on our COVID-19 expanded access program and offerings
Teaching remotely with JSTOR: a crash course incorporating JSTOR in the virtual classroom, paired with tools and tips to refresh your courses
JSTOR Beyond Journals: an overview of freely accessible and licensed primary source collections on JSTOR, with tools and related JSTOR Daily stories
Get started with Artstor: videos and resources to get you started on research, creating presentations, teaching remotely, and more
Teach with Artstor: guides, case studies, and image groups curated by faculty members and subject-matter experts to integrate Artstor into teaching, research, and scholarship