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COVID-19 resources that RSNA has available free of charge:

RSNA is continuously publishing peer-reviewed articles and cases of COVID-19 to provide the global radiology community with a free diagnostic resource to help prevent the spread of the outbreak and get patients the care they need.

Below you will find links to all of RSNA’s resources related to COVID-19:

Special Focus: COVID-19 – a page dedicated to the most recent information available:





RSNA2019 Virtual Meeting:



Free digital resources during coronavirus


Annual Reviews  

Temporarily removing access control to content on Monday, March 13


Coronavirus related articles in 3 journals

Cambridge - Textbooks

Cambridge Companions

Cambridge Historie

Coronavirus Free Access Collection

Digital access to textbooks and reference books.



Journal Article hubs from Elsevier, Lancet and Cell Press as well as Springer Nature, Wiley, NEJM, BMJ, ASM, and Chongqing VIP 

Emerald Publishing


Free access to a Ebook collection and journals through April 23, 2020.


Free, open access to a range of resources to support teaching. • Access to reliable sources on the pandemic and global issues related to the virus. • Access to a professional development eBook collection tailored to institutions transitioning to online teaching/learning. • Details on live training and support for optimizing discovery and use of Gale resource


Free access to IEEE eLearning courses until June 2020

Internet Archive

Free access to millions of books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.


Expanded access to content


Temporary free acess of  Science Education videos through June 15 for STEM teaching

Lumen Learning Open Courses


Lumen courseware is designed to help at-risk students succeed in digital environments, and we want to make our learning tools and team readily available wherever we may be helpful.

McGraw-Hill Education

Free access for a course online

MIT Press

Free access to all E-books

Movie Discovery

Over 1,500 documentaries and independent films are now available while in quarantine (hebrew and english films)

Ohio State  University Press

Free access for 699 OSU Press Books

            Ovid  Wolters Kluwer COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources

Project MUSE

Over 20 publishers offering their ebooks and journals on Project Muse have decided to make their contents freely available.  These materials are marked with a distinctive free icon.
Amongst the publishers are:  Johns Hopkins University Press (all books and journals), Ohio State University Press (all books and journals), University of Nebraska Press (all books and journals),
University of North Carolina Press (all books), Temple University Press (all books), and Vanderbilt University Press (selected books).


Sage research methods

Sage video        

Sage knowledge  

Sage reference

Free access to SAGE Video, SAGE Research Methods Video, and SAGE Knowledge
User Guides >>

University of California Press

Free full access to all journals

University of Michigan Press

Free access for all content (1150+ Books) in the University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection 


Free access for more than 5,300 Coronavirus-related articles and book chapters

A free, real-time feed of the latest research and news on COVID-19, powered by Scitrus, Atypon's AI-driven personalized discovery application.

Free resources regarding historical perspectives on epidemics, methods used to control their spread, and associated health policies: Europe Cholera epidemic of 1817 or UK Cholera epidemic of 1854 or effectual prevention means taken at  Hastings in 1873 or Epidemic Diseases and thier Prevention in 19895 Sydney













                     Healthcare Online Resources 2020

This is a comprehensive guide to healthcare resources, primarily in the U.S., currently available on the internet, published by government, academic, corporate, and scholarly organizations

The guide is especially timely and pertinent as librarians, researchers, health professionals, government officials and the public are seeking accurate, reliable and up-to-date information on the coronavirus. The discovery tools referenced include: healthcare databases, directories, indices, data and analytics, subject guides, apps, forums and search engines providing access to a wide range of information from the healthcare and medical sectors that also encompasses open access papers, analysis, registries, images and reference sources



בספריית אוניברסיטת פלורידה מתחזקים ב Google Docs רשימה של ספקי מידע המאפשרים גישה לחומרים אלקטרונים בהקשר ל Coronavirus.

המידע מחולק לארבעה תחומים עיקריים:

  • Extended or temporary gratis access to e-resources (Kanopy, JoVE)
  • Publishers temporarily lifting access restrictions on content related to COVID-19 (bronze OA)
  • Freely available resources
  • Other sources of support—local and global (includes the “Vendor Love” document and the ICOLC statement)


גישה חופשית לחומרים אלקטרונים נוספים בזמן קורונה -באדיבות אוניברסיטת פלורידה



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