Online content now free due to the Covid-19 pandemic
(This content will likely only be available temporarily. We will continue to update this list.)
Cambridge University Press is offering free online access to textbooks and coronavirus research.
Coming soon, JSTOR will offer many public health journals free of charge.
Oxford University Press is providing free access to resources on coronavirus.
Some publishers are providing free content via Project Muse during the crisis.
ProQuest is providing unlimited access to eBook Central to their customers.
University of Michigan Press is providing access to their eBook collection.
Sage Publishing is offering free access to online teaching resources and coronavirus research.
Elsevier is providing free access to medical and health resources on coronavirus.
Many publishers are providing free access to their eBook collections via RedShelf and VitalSource until May 25. You'll need to create an account using your KCC email address.
Public Library Resources
Brooklyn Public Library is offering New York residents without a library card remote access to its eBook collection for one year.
New York Public Library is offering New York residents without a library card remote access to its digital content while the branches are closed.