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Documents, newspapers, books, and journals are among the items we have scanned in response to scholars’ requests for loan of CRL holdings. We also anticipate research interests by selecting thematic groups of unique materials to digitize. All titles can be accessed from the CRL catalog.
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HathiTrust has created the Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS), which will allow students, faculty, and staff from Vanderbilt University Libraries to have online reading access to owned print materials that are unavailable during this period of remote teaching and learning. All users continue to have access to more than 6.7 million public domain and Creative Commons-licensed works. You can also access HathiTrust though the Heard Database A-Z list. Access is available until further notice.
While the publishers who make their journals and ebooks OA through OpenEdition normally limit to html, for this period of confinement they now are making PDFs and epub files available to all and not just Freemium subscribers/partners.
Nearly 10,000 ebooks and 535 journals mostly in French but also in Spanish, Italian, German and English.
A collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
This new digital library gives access to French literature and culture including ebooks, over 250 magazine titles, music, film clips, bandes dessinées, podcasts, and more—all online, to download or enjoy via streaming.
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