Many database vendors have offered temporary free access to their databases to help instructors teach online during the COVID-19 pandemic. I have set up institutional access to all the ones I'm aware of and will update the list when I discover new ones. If you know of any other free access databases, please contact Lily Kun.
Because these databases are temporary, I have limited ability to change how the permanent links work. There's an easy solution to fix how the permanent links work on these temporary databases so that you and your students can have direct access to the article, ebook, or video that you want.
For example, if the permanent link from the database is:
Then your new permanent link with the SPSCC proxy prefix link should look like this:
Still having problems using permanent links? Contact Lily Kun.
Green Fire is a full-length 56 minute documentary film about legendary conservation thinker Aldo Leopold. It explores how he shaped the modern conservation movement and continues to inspire projects all over the country that connect people and the land.
All you need to do is submit your contact info. After you submit your info, you will be able to play the film. You can use the same email to view it multiple times.
During this outbreak, it is important to have access to scholarly discourse about the virus. In addition to the sources listed on the COVID-19 Coronavirus Information research guide, several databases have created special free access to collections of scholarly articles about COVID-19.
Important: Free access ends December 31, 2020.
HeinOnline Academic includes multidisciplinary content in more than 100 subject areas, including history, political science, criminal justice, religious studies, international relations, women’s studies, pre-law, and many more.
It provides access to 300+ years of information on political development and the complete history of the creation of government and legal systems around the world.
It also includes the most comprehensive collection of constitutional, historical, and current materials available for the state of Washington.