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UM Libraries Staff Working From Home: Freely available Materials

Open Educational Resources

Broader Access during Covid-19

Many publishers and vendors worldwide are making their products open and available during the public heath situation.  Evelyn Bruneau is keeping track of what is available on Google Docks.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Vap42_ie0CUrV-1rk0Abgjds-feAkwHv082Bu6CMLIo/edit?usp=sharing

We are attempting to track the resources library vendors are making available for free in order to support online/remote teaching. We are also in the process of requesting license lifts for resources that have limited number of simultaneous users.  If you have an urgent need for a particular resource, please letthe Electronic Resources Management team (e_resources@umanitoba.ca) know and we will try our best to have the simultaneous user access upgraded to unlimited.

Also, it appears that we now have unlimited access to the applicable ProQuest Ebook Central books.

 

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