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ClinicalKey Student: major new medical etextbook platform now available to Cambridge students

ebooks@cambridge is pleased to announce that, following a temporary free trial during lockdown, Elsevier’s ClinicalKey Student platform is now available to all current members of the University via Raven login and a personal password. 445 more words

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A&AePortal from Yale University Press: new ebook resource for Art & Architecture

The ebooks@cambridge team is pleased to announce that members of the University of Cambridge will have access to A&AePortal for the next year, thanks to funding from the Art and Architecture Library. 162 more words

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Kortext's Free Student eTextbook Programme (FSTP)

To access all of the available titles, please click on the link below which will take you to an alphabetically arranged title list;

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UAWhfuZq9144_KFal460jfA_UdoE5Cs6c9ZYM1y2DB8/edit?usp=sharing

If you find a book you are interested in, click once on the appropriate hyperlink and then click on the link that appears above the link box. 405 more words

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VitalSource Helps - temporary etextbook content for students

VitalSource is an education technology solutions provider committed to helping education partners create, deliver, and distribute affordable, accessible, and impactful learning experiences worldwide. To assist students during the COVID-19 lockdown the publishers listed below are offering free access to ebooks across all subjects, on the VitalSource platform until the 30th of June 2020. 237 more words

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The Internet Archive’s National Emergency Library

Please note this blog post was updated on 1/4/20 to reflect concerns about copyright and the National Emergency Library.

The Internet Archive has announced the launch of their National Emergency Library, making 1.4 million books available for digital borrowing to readers around the world without any waiting lists.  118 more words

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