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Supplemental Teaching Materials for Transitioning from Face-to-Face Teaching to Online

This guide provides information about providers & vendors who are working with universities & libraries to provide their resources for free or at a reduced cost. If there is a specific resource you need, please reach out to Kate Moore (kabmoore@ius.edu).

Online Books & Journal Collections

HathiTrust Digital Library's Emergency Temporary Access

HathiTrust Digital Library is the largest set of digitized books managed by academic and research libraries - under the aims of scholarly interests.

Indiana University students, faculty, and staff can log in (select Indiana University as your partner institution) to HathiTrust to read copyrighted titles in the collection that IU Libraries owns in print format. Users can read the book online in a web browser, but will not be able to download the work in full. Check out periods are in one-hour increments, which can be extended as long as another user has not requested access. The books accessed through Emergency Temporary Access Service are made available under the fair use sections of the United States Copyright Act. Copyright protections still exist for many of these books.

JSTOR Journal Archives

JSTOR has opened up access to all of their journal archive collections.

Access to JSTOR's archive collections is available through December 31, 2020.