Temporary Access to eResources
In the time of emergency, various foreign and Czech publishers and libraries provide some of their electronic resources free of charge.
In addition to regular library subscriptions, you can try following:
Elsevier has granted access to all 256 textbooks for ScienceDirect customers free of charge, until end of May, 2020.
Annual Reviews removes access control to all its eJournals until April 30, 2020 (with possibility of extension). Publications cover mainly field of Biomedical/Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences and marginally, Economics.
Search for Cambridge STM eBooks in the list of eRresources of all three institutions or use the links above. Access is for registered patrons only.
Offer is valid until end of April 2020, for registered users - the only possibility how to sign in is via NTK Institution (while on Oxford collection website, you can find it on the left sidebar).
On the basis of an agreement between the National Library of the Czech Republic and DILIA, students and pedagogues of both public and private universities can use the temporary online access to the digitised collections of the National Library of the CR and of public universities. More than 206 000 titles of monographs and periodicals will be available.
In order to prevent the distribution of illegal copies, you cannot download or print copyrighted documents.
Under similar conditions as in the case of the National Library, the NTK digitized collection is also available for teachers and students.
The NTK Digital library contains publications in technology fileds and also old and rare prints or old maps and atlases.
Charlesworth Group offers webinars for young scientists focused on publishing, conference presentation or citation. Webinars are for free, registration needed.
JoVe provides all of their education video content free to aid remote teaching and learning in STEM fileds, through June 15th.
For free access, you need to complete a form or write an e-mail request.
ProQuest has partnered with more than 50 publishers to support libraries in providing unlimited access to all owned titles from these publishers through mid-June. This means that all licenses – including single-user and three-user models – will automatically convert to unlimited access during that period.
Search for ProQuest Ebook Central in the list of eRresources of all three institutions. Registered patrons have access to the largest (NTK) collection.
EBSCO provides similar offer - until June 30, registered patrons have an unlimited number of simultaneous access for titles in the EBSCO eBooks collection free of charge.
Search for EBSCO eBooks in the list of NTK eResources, you will need library credentials to access the collection.