In this time of global uncertainty, we hope that you, your family, and your personal and professional communities stay healthy and connected. The following links provide useful resources to librarians and their library users during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you recommend additional resources, we invite you to add them into the comments section or email email@example.com.
- Librarian Resilience Center — Resources for librarians and their users
- Coronavirus Research Hub — Researchers and data scientists focused on Coronavirus and COVID-19 vaccines and drugs, as well as clinical research, can freely access Elsevier solutions for their work.
- Elsevier's Novel Coronavirus Information Center — Elsevier’s free health and medical research on the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and COVID-19
- Textbooks on ScienceDirect - Elsevier has granted access to 256 textbooks for all active ScienceDirect customers.
- Author Resilience Center — Resources to share with your authors who are continuing, as much as possible, with their publishing activities
- Editor Resilience Center — Resources to share with editors who are continuing, as much as possible, with their editing activities
- The Lancet Resource Centre — A resource to share with health workers and researchers from The Lancet
- Evolve Expert Resource Center — This free resource center for teachers and faculty provides information and support for teaching remotely during COVID-19 and beyond.
- Cell Press COVID-19 Resource Hub — Cell Press policies for submitting papers related to COVID-19 and content about the outbreak as it appears in Cell Press journals
- Coronavirus / COVID-19 Clinical Toolkit — Evidence-based content and resources for healthcare professionals from Elsevier's clinical solutions team
Elsevier Remote Access
- Elsevier Access Support Center – How to set up remote access for your users to access Elsevier resources
- Getting access to Scopus & COVID-19 research — Includes links to 27 how-to video tutorials you can share with Scopus users
- Article: How Elsevier is supporting your response to COVID-19 — Get information on remote access, textbooks, text and data mining, and healthcare
- Using Digital Commons to address scholarly needs online — 8 examples of libraries hosting conferences, tutorials, podcasts, slideshows, portfolios and more
- Coronavirus / COVID-19 Toolkit — Evidence-based content and resources for healthcare professionals from Elsevier's clinical solutions team
- Google Scholar CASA for ScienceDirect — Allows users from participating Google Scholar Subscriber Links programs to access ScienceDirect subscribed content from outside their institutional IP range.
Resources from library organizations:
- COVID-19 & Libraries Coverage — Library Journal information
- Pandemic Preparedness — American Libraries Association
- Pandemic Resources for Academic Libraries - ACRL
- Resources for Libraries on Coronavirus — EveryLibrary
- US Academic Library Response to COVID-19 — Survey, results, and dashboards of academic libraries
- 2020 Library Systems Report – American Libraries