Interested in medieval studies? Take a look at our new Medieval Studies guide. All resources listed are either freely available or can be used under open access conditions.
The CEU Press is going open access: free to read, free to re-use. Their Press release provides details for their innovative, new model for publishing OA books, “opening the future.” Purchase the backlist to fund the front list!
CC Search searches across more than 300 million images that are openly licensed and public domain works that can be used freely by everyone. Thanks to Creative Commons.
Current CEU faculty, staff and students are eligible for Open Access Publishing support without the need to pay article processing charges (APCs) with these major publishers: Cambridge, Elsevier, Springer, Taylor and Francis, and Wiley. Check it out.
The Internet Archive National Emergency Library includes all 1.4 million books in the Internet Archive’s lending library. Lots of academic content available, search it here National Emergency Library. You need to create an Internet Archive account to view and borrow...
Until June 30, 2020, the MIT Press is providing libraries complimentary access to 2,770 eBooks on MIT Press Direct to support faculty and students who are working and learning remotely. Lots of great content. Check it out.