Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo

Bibliographic and Editorial Resources

FREE ACCESS TO YOUR COLLECTIONS FOR A LIMITED TIME

Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University Center for Science and Systems Engineering.

Johns Hopkins University Press places through the Project Muse a collection of books on various areas of open-access knowledge in digital format for a limited time.

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Hispanic Digitalia

Hispanic Digitalia

For a month, all the universities that want to access Digitalia Hispánica will be able to do it for free, so that their students and professors can have access to online materials that help them in their research and learning, comfortably from home.

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Gale Online Library

Gale Online Library

Gale offers all Latin American institutions free access to different resources suitable for each level, as well as 2,600 reference eBooks.

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Journal of Visualized Experiments

Journal of Visualized Experiments

Until June 15, access to all educational videos for university students of Psychology, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, etc., which includes laboratory practices (+1000 videos).

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JSTOR resources during COVID-19

JSTOR resources during COVID-19

Open access JSTOR magazines, books and other resources during this period.

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AccessMedicine - McGraw-Hill Medical

AccessMedicine - McGraw-Hill Medical

McGraw Hill offers solutions that allow us to face this period in the best possible way, in this case we offer Access Medicine at no cost for 30 days to face this critical moment.

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Springer

Springer

Springer places a collection of books on different areas of knowledge in Open Access format.

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Support Public Books

Support Public Books

It offers a catalog of resources from different publishers and highlights titles of particular interest from different areas of knowledge and in open format. We will update the list regularly as additional materials become available.

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University Of Cambridge

University Of Cambridge

Access will be automatically organized if you are registered and already have access to the current free reference collection.

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Errata Naturae

Errata Naturae

The Errata Naturae publishing house has decided to release and distribute for free about twenty titles from its catalog, which, for various reasons, are practically impossible to find in bookstores, so that, despite the restrictions and the necessary quarantine, everyone continues to read good books that They will be able to download for free.

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Elsevier

Elsevier

Elsevier gives access to more than 21.000 scientific articles through its Science Direct platform. On the Investigator tab, you'll find the latest peer-reviewed research on COVID-19 in journals including The Lancet and Cell Press. These articles are also available for download with full-text rights and data mining, reuse and analysis for as long as needed.

In addition, Elsevier makes a list of book titles available until June 15.

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The New England Journal of Medicine

The New England Journal of Medicine

The New England Journal of Medicine posts a collection of articles and other resources on the Coronavirus outbreak (Covid-19), including clinical reports, management guidelines, and comments.

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HealthMap

HealthMap

HealthMap places a global map of COVID-19 cases in real time.

Oxford University Press has made content from the online resources of its leading journals freely available to assist researchers, medical professionals, policy makers and others who are working to address this health crisis.

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The Royal Society

The Royal Society

The Royal Society has made available research results and relevant data on the coronavirus outbreak (covid-19). This collectively aims to ensure that relevant results are shared quickly and openly to inform global public health and help save lives.

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American Physiological Society

American Physiological Society

The articles that discuss COVID-19, coronavirus, SARS, and other research with a focus on physiology are made available to interested parties by the American Physiological Society.

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