In light of the current situation, many publishers have agreed to make some of their online services available free of charge for a limited period of time. This means that many more titles are available to you in addition to the e-books and e-journals listed in our catalogue.
You can find a centralized listing of these offers on the page "bibs vs. virus", where the products can be sorted according to subjects: https://go.ur.de/corbib
This new platform is cooperatively maintained and regularly updated by libraries from German-speaking countries.
Those marked with "frei im Web" can also be used from outside the Tübingen University network.
Those marked with the note "erweitertes Angebot bei vorhandener Lizenz" (extended offer together with existing licence) can only be accessed from the university network (incl. VPN) or via Shibboleth.
Offers which are restricted to the campus network are usually only activated upon request by the library. The following is a list of products we have already successfully applied for.
If you should come across a free publisher's offer that is not yet available, please contact us by email ( email@example.com ). We will then contact the publisher.
Artstore (till 30.06.2021)
The Artstor Digital Library offers 3 million images from leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists, including many rare and important collections available nowhere else. These collections are rights-cleared for use in education, encompass a wide variety of disciplines, and are presented alongside a set of specialized tools for teaching and learning.
All e-journals are freely accessible till 30.06.2021:
SciFinder / SciFinder-n
If you have already registered and have a SciFinder user account it is now possible to access these resources while outside the university network. New user accounts can, however, only be set up within the university network (also via VPN):
Free information concerning Covid-2019
A comprehensive overview of the resources made available free of charge, especially on the subject of Covid-2019, can be found on the website of the International Association of STM Publishers