The end of trial accesses to e-books

We remind you that by the end of June, most temporary accesses to e-books negotiated in connection with coronavirus measures at the university are ending. Save the chapters you will need to study or research while there is time.

24 Jun 2020 Jiří Poláček

Specifically, access to the following e-book collections ends on June 30:

  • Textbook from Cambridge University Press. A total of about 110 pieces from the fields of economics and management. Original announcement here.
  • E-books produced by American universities under De Gruyter publisher. There are over 5,000 items on offer from the Business & Economics area. Original announcement here.
  • A collection of JSTOR ebooks with thousands of books from more than 60 academic publishers. More than 2,000 titles are included in the category labeled Business & Economics. Original announcement here.
  • Oxford Scholarship and Oxford References, ie e-books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc. produced by Oxford University Press or other university publishers (Yale, Princeton, Florida, MIT,…). Original announcement here.
  • T&F, CRC and Routledge e-books on taylorfrancis.com – more than 15,000 e-books in Economics, Finance, Business & Industry. Original announcement here.

We would also like to remind you that access to the SAGE Research Methods tutorial videos ends on 26 June and also online proofreading tool for English texts Writefull will close on 10 July.

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