Increased access to e-books, journals and teaching resources due to the decision to switch to distance education

Several publishers and journals have made e-books, articles and teaching resources available at no charge to facilitate students, teachers and researchers studying and working remotely as a result of COVID-19.

Nya coronaviruset. Bild: CDC / Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAMS

Nya coronaviruset. Bild: CDC / Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAMS

  • As per usual, you can also access our other e-resources from both on- and off-campus. Read more here

Access to resources

To access resources marked with *, you must be a student or employee at the University of Gävle and log in with you user account. Open access means that you do not have to log in with your user account.



  • * JSTOR
    Access to over 35000 e-books from selected publishers, including many large American university publishers (until 31 August). List of publishers


  • * JSTOR
    Access to all journals within JSTOR Archive Collections and Primary Source Collections (until 31 December).
    Open access to 26 journals within public health. Free read-online access to journals within all subject areas after registration of a personal account has expanded from six to 100 articles per month (until 31 December).

Resources on COVID-19 and coronavirus

Published by: Karin Meyer Lundén Page responsible: Jenny Ericsson Updated: 2020-07-03
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