Last updated: November 3, 12:00 p.m.
The portfolio of electronic resources grew considerably this year. Should you have questions about this or about individual publishers, contact the resp. subject librarian.
- Accucoms: COVID-19 freely available resources
- Cambridge Core Collection: Articles on Corona
- DynaMed (evidence-based reference database with clinical information) via EBSCO: COVID-19 entry
- EBSCO: COVID-19-Resource-Center (EBSCO information service, clinical evidence)
- Elsevier: Novel Coronavirus Information Center
- Emerald: Articles on Corona
- Frontiers: Coronavirus Knowledge Hub
- IOP Publishing: Free to access Corona Virus articles
- JoVE Corona Virus Free Access Resource Center
- Karger: COVID-19 article package (open access until the end of 2020)
- Oxford University Press: Articles on Corona
- The Royal Society's journals are making all research findings and data relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic immediately open access
- Springer Medical: Dossier on SARS-CoV-2 (2019-nCoV) and the pulmonary disease COVID-19 (registration required)
- Thieme: Corona information webpage
- University Library Mainz: Tools for evidence-based reseach on COVID-19
- Wiley Online Library: Covid-19: Novel Coronavirus Content Free to Access
Many research bodies, funders and medical publishers have joined with the Wellcome Trust in the effort of Sharing research data and findings relevant to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and are making their knowledge freely available.
List of projects on Corona at German universities, universities of applied sciences and clinics
The Bundesverband Hochschulkommunikation e.V. provides a nation-wide list of 320 projects,that are researching a multitude of facets of the Corona pandemic.
Many libraries currently offer a simplified online registration at no charge. Registered users usually have access to the resp. holdings of e-books, e-journals and databases.