The COVID-19 outbreak is generating a mass of support initiatives from content providers, who are offering temporary free access to their resources to help educational institutions.
The Library Staff is making these resources available through JCU Discovery and adding them into our database list whenever possible. JCU Discovery now provides extended access to some of our database, such as EBSCO, JSTOR, PROJECT MUSE, as well as new resources, such as the full collection of Taylor & Francis ebooks (140,000 titles). Listed below you will find important resources that cannot be found or are only partially included in the Discovery searches.
52 titles reprinting and commenting on the most influential articles that were published in a particular subject during a particular year. Especially useful for annotated bibliographies and literature reviews. Subjects include:
Covering a range of disciplines in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Visual Arts, and Performing Arts. Active collections include primary and secondary sources for Applied Visual Arts, Design, Fashion, Fashion Videos, Popular Music, and Screen Studies, as well as the e-book collection.
Offering a small selection of e-books in the following areas:
INFOBASE provides digital reference content in a variety of disciplines. Available collections include
Collections include 19th Century British Pamphlets covering the key political, social, technological, and environmental issues of their day, and Struggles for Freedom: Southern Africa, focusing on the liberation of Southern Africa and the dismantling of the Apartheid regime.
The Library is maintaining a dedicated Guide.