*** Temporary Resources for COVID19 Pandemic & current issues ***
ACRL's Pandemic Resources for Academic Libraries LibGuide: Updated information, free professional development, open access publications, and
other resources to support academic and research library personnel during a pandemic.
The guide includes resources for distance education and engagement, free webcasts
and publications, best practices, information on self-care and working from home,
up-to-date information from public health officials, and collections of ALA and community-sourced
resources to assist in navigating a pandemic.
Artstor: Free access till 06/30/2021. Provides faculty & students with a complete image resource
in a wide array of subjects with the breadth & depth to add context beyond the confines
of your discipline.
Capstone Interactive: For our Education majors, parents, etc. Access to audio/interactive e-Books for
Expanded access to resources from Publishers & Platforms (SCELC/ICOLC): An ever-growing list of COVID19 complimentary expanded access from a variety of
publishers and vendors. PLEASE NOTE: Access varies among the providers, some require
the individual to register for access, and other conditions may apply. Please read
the conditions provided for each platform.
JSTOR:In addition to our normal JSTOR offerings of Arts Sciences I, II, III collections,
and Health General Sciences collection, our patrons will have access to additional
journals and e-Books through 06/30/2021. Users simply have to use Concordia Library's
JSTOR link and the available expanded content will be reflected in the search results.
Junior Library Guild: For our Education majors, parents, etc. Free activities, e-books and resources to
keep K-12 students engaged during this new-normal of school closures and social distancing.
National Emergency Library, a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities,
independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools,
training centers, and libraries are closed.
Osmosis: Medical learning platform for clinicians and caregivers. Please Note: User will have to accept a pledge to fight the spread of COVID-19, and also to register