with thanks to Olivia Wood and Olivera Jokic for sharing with us!

Bristol University Press

To support our research, student, policy and practice communities at this challenging time, we want you to be able to access our high quality content as easily as possible. We are partnering with all our eBook providers on various initiatives to allow free and flexible access to our digital books catalogue. Details can be found with each of the providers: Oxford University Press Scholarship OnlineJSTORProQuest and EBSCO.

The free trial access period has been extended to six months for all 14 of our journals. Any organisation can sign up via our Ingentaconnect page. We’d encourage all non-subscribing libraries to do this in order to make our journals available to your communities.  If you need any help with the set-up please contact us at bup-journals@bristol.ac.uk.

Please also remember that all Bristol University Press journal content on Ingenta can be accessed via Google’s Campus Activated Subscriber Access (CASA) system. CASA uses a secure token to continue recognising users for a short period of time when they move off-campus, enabling more mobile subscription access.

General information about all our journals can be found here

Many of our books and journal articles are available Open Access. These titles are available in EPDF version for anyone to read via the OAPEN website. Browse our latest open access journal articles here.

University of Calgary Press

University of California Press


Cambridge University Press 

We are committed to supporting our global community of teachers, researchers and learners during the coronavirus pandemic. From free textbooks and research, to advice, guidance, blogs and more, visit our website: https://cambridge.org/about-us/covid-19/…

The Press has made all Academic higher education textbooks free to access online. All 700 textbooks published and currently available in HTML format on Cambridge Core can now be accessed free until the end of May, regardless of whether they were previously purchased. We are also providing free access to research related to the coronavirus. The Press plays a global role in education and research and shares its University’s mission to contribute to society through its work. Sharing that research can play an important role in tackling shared threats such as this. More than 80 relevant book chapters and journal articles are available, drawn from journals including Epidemiology & Infection; Prehospital and Disaster Medicine; Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, and from Animal Health Research Reviews, among others. Future articles will be added to the collection once they have been published.

Includes Cambridge Texts in the History of Ideas and Political Thought


University of Georgia Press


Harvard University Press 

if you are looking for online access to our books? Reach out to your school’s library. All Harvard University Press titles currently available through 

@ProQuest @EBSCOand @JSTOR have unlimited user access through June 30th.

 University of Hawai‘i Press

In addition to keeping more than 3,000 titles in print, UH Press has a growing list of content available online. As of 2017, all UH Press journals may be read electronically through individual or institutional platforms. The Press has also made strides with new open-access content, e-books, and digital archives.

Indiana University Press


Johns Hopkins University Press


Lever Press


Manchester University Press 

Medieval Institute Publications

Medieval Institute Publications actively supports Open Access publishing (Gold, Delayed or Green). Please see our Open Access website (ScholarWorks at Western Michigan University).


University of Michigan Press


Monash University Publishing


University of Nebraska Press


University of North Carolina Press


University of North Texas Press


Northwestern University Press


Ohio State University Press


Penn State University Press


Purdue University Press


University of South Carolina Press

In an effort to help teachers & learners during #COVID19 , we are making our ebook content free & openly accessible for the next 3 months on the following platforms: @ProjectMUSE@JSTOR@ProQuest, & @GOBI_EBSCO

Temple University Press





Project muse


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